A new United Nations report says over 200 million young people in developing countries have not completed primary school.
Thousands of patients may be at risk of developing a rare form of fungal meningitis.
This week on our program, we learn about citizen science and its growing popularity.
Pakistani police have arrested suspects in the shooting of a fourteen year old school girl.
Immigrants who were brought to the US illegally at age 15 or younger are eligible to stay for at least two years.
"Argo" focuses on the clandestine CIA operation to rescue those six diplomats.
Agricultural experts met in Ethiopia last week to discuss ways to help sub-Saharan Africa become a major producer of wheat.
Eighteen months of conflict in Syria have hurt the country’s economy. But in the capital, Damascus, a certain level of normalcy exists.
Groups are mobilizing to get an underrepresented group of eligible voters involved in the process.
John Hawkes and Helen Hunt co-star in The Sessions, the true story of a man paralyzed by polio but determined to have a full life.
Damien Sanchez says the chemical spray not only kills mosquitoes, but has a long-term repellent effect as well.
The man often called the "father of rock and roll" will be 86 this week and is still performing.