Today we tell about a program in the nineteen sixties to train women as astronauts.
Today Christopher Cruise and I are talking about young entrepreneurs … and one of the most popular sports in the world.
Today we hear how not having a birth certificate can have long lasting effects.
Thousands of peaceful demonstrators gathered outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC this week.
There are many studies indicating that reducing salt or sodium intake can lower the risk of stroke and related illnesses.
Unmanned drones are being used with increasing frequency in fighting terrorist groups like al-Qaida.
In Egypt, women's rights groups are pushing back against some Islamists' attempts to blame women for an upsurge in sexual harassment.
The lifeblood of Washington is politics. So it is never too early to consider the next presidential election.
...and a drop in the number of women touring India since the rape and murder of a young girl in the country.
Russia chose one of its southernmost cities — subtropical Sochi — as its nominee for next year's Winter Olympics.
The United States is not the only country engaged in the emotionally charged debate over immigration.
Many American cities have interesting nicknames. These can help establish an identity, spread pride among citizens and build unity.