Officials are hoping the nationwide lockdown will curb the spread of an Ebola outbreak, which has left thousands dead in Western Africa.
Historic referendum threatened to diminish Britain’s global clout.
Mark first action since France joined international coalition to fight ISIS.
The newly established terrorist wing claimed responsibility for a hijacking.
Two Islamist fighters were killed in clashes with security forces.
The former French president announced his comeback via Facebook, after months of speculation.
Spanish leaders relieved as outcome of Scottish vote dampens Catalan separatist ambitions.
By firing Amama Mbabazi, President Museveni looks to have gotten rid of a potential rival for the presidency.
China and India's leaders talked economic partnership -- and an ongoing border dispute in Kashmir.
International tourist arrivals grew by 4.6% in the first six months of the year compared to the same period last year amid political and economic uncertainties.
The largest economic impacts result from behavior associated with fear of contagion, not the disease itself.
The risky search under every rock and iceberg for oil and gas deposits is a costly distraction from investing in a clean energy future.
It's possible through structural and technological changes unfolding in the global economy and opportunities for greater economic efficiency.
Google, Dropbox, and the Open Technology Fund have launched Simply Secure.
The company has closed its R&D center in Silicon Valley during another wave of layoffs.
After receiving criticism following the leaks of many nude photos of celebrities, Apple is trying to reinstate its security assurance.
California has issued a permit to Audi to test self-driving cars on public roads.
Celebrity Angelina Jolie sparked a surge in the tests after she revealed she had had a preventative mastectomy.
It has been oft-debated whether or not human interjection has influenced how violent chimpanzees can be.
Researchers have warned about the overuse of antibiotics, anticipating that they will no longer work.
A new study examines the way the U.S. healthcare system approaches patients nearing the end of life.
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