Russia has reportedly suggested the possibility of a ceasefire in Syria, hours ahead of a crucial meeting of major powers in Germany on how to end the five-year-old Syrian civil war.Middle East,admin
The U.S. has raised concerns with Rwandan officials over reports suggesting it is involved in "destabilizing activities."
Presidential hopefuls rode a wave of voter anger at traditional politicians to big wins in primary.
Puts on hold federal regulations to curb carbon dioxide emissions mainly from coal-fired power plants.
Michel Martelly stepped down, leaving a deeply divided country in the hands of a disputed interim government.
by Michael Lerner Hundreds of artisanal miners attacked AngloGold's idled Obuasi mine; 1 dead.
Tesla said it planned to deliver 80,000-90,000 Model S and Model X vehicles in 2016.
The company did not provide a timeframe for the job reductions or an overall target for cuts.
by Michael Lerner The government hopes restoring rangeland will alleviate future droughts.
by Juliana Kenny More boasting and news emerges about 5G technology ahead of the Mobile World Congress.
by Juliana Kenny An internet advisor to Putin has called bitcoin use a crime.
by Juliana Kenny Formal banking was never popular, and lack of infrastructure has driven innovation.
by Juliana Kenny The company's tablet can also operate a desktop experience.
by Mansour Abdur-Rahim The city has been at the center of a firestorm around the human right to clean drinking water.
by Juliana Kenny President Obama has proposed a multi-billion-dollar plan for driving renewable energy.
The Superbowl triggers more heated debate over risk of injury to football players.
A report finds that lawyers struggle with substance abuse.
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