Phase two of the EU's anti-human-trafficking operation began Wednesday.
IS-linked propaganda videos reveal the terrorist group has a large fleet of Toyota pickups. How did they get them?
In an interview with the BBC on Monday, former NSA contractor Edward Snowden revealed that he's volunteered to go to prison many times.
Reporters have seen ants forming "ant islands" in only minutes to stay afloat amid floods in South Carolina.
In agreements reached on Monday, the TPP could become the largest free-trade pact in over 20 years.
Apple Watch is now available at Best Buy and will soon sell at Target stores nationwide.
SolarCity has released the most efficient and most affordable solar panels. Does this make solar a viable alternative to traditional energy sources?
Monday marks Chief Justice John Roberts's second decade in Court. What do the next years have in store?
Chick-fil-A is set to open its first full-service location in New York on Saturday.
Robots don't have eyes to aid them in the recognition of objects they pick up. Researchers have now developed robotic hands that can 'see' objects based on data from embedded sensors.
The 10 wealthiest and most charitable Americans, based on the percentage of wealth donated last year.
Spiraling traffic fines and court fees that have led to millions of California driver's licenses being suspended.
Though the majority of Syrian refugees have fled to Europe, many other countries have also provided support for asylum seekers.
MycoTechnology has developed a product made from mushrooms to reduce bitterness in foods, including coffee.
NASA revealed Monday that liquid water is present on Mars. Why is liquid water a prerequisite for life?
Is the 6s a significant improvement over the iPhone 6?
Mark Zuckerberg addressed the UN on Saturday to call for increased global internet access as a way to eliminate poverty.
Battery technology has been developed by a German company that allows electric car batteries to be charged via salt water.
Recent whale sightings in Long Island Sound have both excited and worried boaters, calling to question what prompted the large marine mammals to return to the area.
PETA filed a lawsuit arguing that animals have the right to ownership - or at least to own their selfies.
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