A short time ago, Cubans had no Internet service. Now things are changing, Internet service is available in some parks and hotels.
The famed physicist, Albert Einstein, predicted a century ago that gravitational waves are traveling through our solar system. Scientists announced recently that they have found them.
Researchers have created a new kind of “smart bandage.” It can provide medicine to a wound, and is made of material very similar to human skin.
Daily life can be a struggle for people who have recently moved to the United States. Here is some advice to make it easier.
China is projected to become the No. 1 market for movies by the end of the year. Hollywood is using Chinese-themed plots and characters to attract the Chinese to the movies.
Women athletes in Saudi Arabia say sports are helping to break down traditions that crush the voices of many women.
The Indian Ocean floor is giving up almost
everything – including shipwrecks and unknown volcanos – except the remains of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
An electronic device known as the Worldreader eases the problem of Africa's school book shortage.
Twitter announces increased efforts to stop violent threats and terrorism on its global online platform.
Vietnam’s population is growing old at the fastest rate of any nation in recorded history.
Researchers say policies designed to protect companies from computer attacks are not strong enough.
Women are still not making as much money as men, according to a World Economic Forum report. Based on current trends, it will take women 126 years to win wage equality, the report’s authors say. The most equity occurs in Northern European nations.