The Alibaba Group announced recently that it is buying the South China Morning Post. This move could help Alibaba’s stock price and also win favor with Chinese policy makers.
U.S. President Barack Obama signs new reforms for education into law. They give the states and local communities more control over standards and testing.
Couples in China are now permitted to have two children, instead of one. This means business for medical centers in China and other countries.
Researchers say human sleep is better than other mammals. This began in the Stone Age, according to a new study.
New technology combines air guitar movements with the sounds of a real guitar to produce the first guitar without a body or strings.
Many people around the world love to drink coffee. Now, coffee drinkers may have another reason to make it part of their day – a longer life! Yes, it is another study on coffee.
Lists that rank the quality of colleges are everywhere. They rank schools for everything from best academics to best food. But rankings are not as simple as they may seem.
Groups of people who move away from their country — or Diasporas — often send money back home. There is a growing trend to use the power of this money, called “diaspora finance,” to boost the economies in the developing world.
Researchers tracked the paths of migratory birds and found they may be passing through dangerous areas.
At the Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., workers are filming the Apollo 11 Command Module, named Columbia. They are filming in “3-D”or 3 dimensional. Later in 2016 you will be able to see it on your computer, or smartphone.
OPEC, the group of 13 oil exporting countries, met to discuss the oil market. Prices continue to decrease as more oil enters world markets and demand in some countries slows.
In New York City public schools, dual-language programs help children succeed in the future.