A panel of experts says major reforms of the global health system are needed - if the world is to avoid a repeat of the Ebola epidemic that swept across West Africa in 2014 and early 2015.
New cars increasingly use connected technology, and incremental improvements in automotive electronics are making cars safer and smarter.
Scientists say if that continues at current levels, two-thirds of the plateau's glaciers will likely be gone by 2050.
This year, close to 150 million U.S. citizens will go shopping over Thanksgiving weekend.
A recent study by the child advocacy group Plan International suggests females in Pakistan marry at a significantly younger age than males.
Top security and intelligence officials are warning the deadly attacks in Paris - claimed by the Islamic State terror group - are likely not a one-off event.
As Paris continues to mourn and recover from the worst attack since World War II, the tourists the city's economy depends on are voicing their support.
Horrific terrorist carnage in Paris has refocused Washington’s attention on the Islamic State (IS) group and its ambition to strike within the United States.
Sliding to return a shot is a common tennis practice on clay courts, but lately players have started using it on grass and hard courts as well.
Europe's largest humanitarian crisis since World War II is far from over.
The museum in the Syrian town of Maarat al-Numan is well-known for its ancient Roman and Byzantine mosaics,mosaics are now hidden from view, indefinitely.
What started off as a hunt for sunken treasure turned into the invention of a low-cost, undersea robot, easy enough for anyone to use.