It took about 30 teams of scientists worldwide, using supercomputers to churn through mountains of data, to see patterns aligning of what will happen decades and centuries from now.
Ho ho ho, you’ve shopped till you’ve dropped a bundle. Now along comes #GivingTuesday. Is this the best way to encourage charity in the holiday season?
Twenty countries and 28 investors promised on Monday to jointly fund the development of energy alternatives. Backers of the initiative say private money is key to the next big push in energy.
He spoke about bribery, war, water and peace between Muslims and Christians — but stayed silent on gay rights.
Named Sustainability Base, a NASA facility in California is a model for energy-efficient federal buildings. It’s powered by a fuel cell like those used on spacecraft and recycles water for flushing.
The two teens are are expected to be sentenced in January. A ruling on the accused ringleader, 31-year-old Yosef Haim Ben-David, has been delayed.
The “brandalists,” as they call themselves, used commercial ad space to point out the damage they say big corporations are having on the world’s environment.
The decision by a Belfast High Court judge puts pressure on lawmakers to reconsider the near-total ban on pregnancy termination.
Holes in the visa program that allow easy entry into the United States are being re-examined. President Obama is taking steps to tighten the program, while Congress works on a fix.
Sophie Sartain watched her grandmother take care of her intellectually disabled aunt, Dona, and thought that she could never be that devoted. Then her son was diagnosed with autism.
In an interview on NPR’s Morning Edition, Cecile Richards spoke about Friday’s attack at a facility in Colorado Springs and about an “incredible escalation of harassment and intimidation” at clinics.
In the city, many residents want accountability from this trial. They’re eager for convictions, and some fear there will be more unrest if that doesn’t happen.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said his country was defending its airspace. “Protection of Turkish airspace, Turkish borders is a national duty,” Davutoglu said.
The Kyoto Protocol of 1997 didn’t slow down the gradual warming of the planet. Now governments meeting for a two-week summit are trying an a la carte approach.
Indiana is trying to make the path to a high school diploma more rigorous, but some special education students worry they won’t be able to meet new requirements.