Officials in Cameroon are taking measures to keep schools safe after bomb attacks in an area near the border with Nigeria.
The Word Economic Forum released its latest Global Competitiveness Report this week. There was little change among the top countries. But one economist says top countries are leading in what she calls the human factor. Find out what that means.
Some Kenyan businesspeople are using apps to scan barcodes to avoid counterfeit copies of the products they sell.
An effort has been launched to help get the seeds to operators of small farms. Western farmers who use the seeds have been able to produce more crops on each hectare.
Committee awards the prize to scientists from Ireland, Japan and China for discoveries that reduce death and suffering.
Brain diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s are difficult to treat. A new study shows that low levels of a certain vitamin may worsen these diseases.
Government agencies partner with farmers and private groups to create plans to move bison so the animals can eat without damaging the land. The land is healthier, and profits increase.
Best-selling grammar textbook author Betty Azar reflects on 50 years of teaching English as a second language.
A program in Washington DC is seeking to put solar energy panels on hundreds of lower-income homes each year.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says computer software in some Volkswagen vehicles gave misleading information in pollution tests. The software problem could affect 11 million vehicles around the world.
When it comes to children, sometimes advice from adults falls on deaf ears. A new program aimed to help overweight children in the U.S. takes a different approach.
We depend on bees to help produce one third of the food we eat. One man has started a program to help stop the worrying drop in honeybee numbers.