Today we tell about a study of groundwater losses in the Middle East.
Maria Ortega said she voted for Maduro because that is what President Chavez wanted.
The blooms are at peak, and so are the number of tourists who come to gaze at them.
Today we tell about a study showing some of the world’s richest countries need to take better care of their children.
Today, we tell about the struggle facing Iraq and other countries to care for the thousands of refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria…
Mangroves play an important part in maintaining Africa’s coastlines and human livelihoods.
Indian activists are listening closely as the U.S. Supreme Court debates the issue of same sex marriage.
Many American cities have interesting nicknames. Nicknames can help establish the identity of a city.
Ms. Mahboob says using the Internet is one way for women to have a freedom that is still hard to find in some parts of Afghanistan.
Diseases change constantly. New ones develop. Old ones mutate. Drugs that once contained them no longer work.
Since the early 20th century, the United States has topped the global table of Gross Domestic Product.
Today we hear from Indonesia, where millions of people are using cellphones to help them find jobs.