Iran protests by pro-democracy advocates on National Student Day were attacked by security forces on Monday. The country's Green Movement has found new ways of organizing and keeping its message alive.
New study by scientists in India finds that the biggest glacier in the Indian portion of Kashmir has shrunk, imperiling the water supply of millions of people in the region..
There are fewer military pilots to draw from, plus economic difficulties in the industry.
The West African nation's status as a drug-trafficking hub has led to allegations of political corruption ahead of Sunday's presidential vote.
Inspectors found that 13 percent of dairy firms inspected since last week had produced melamine-tainted formula, state TV reported Tuesday. Critics say state regulation alone won’t prevent more food scandals.
Libertarian paternalism – 'framing' choices for people, but letting them opt out – is gaining traction among US and European leaders.
Nanotechnology is giving batteries, often considered a weak link in electronics, a much-needed boost.