US & World
As more people bike, cities are working on ways to keep them safe alongside cars. Now, transportation planners are turning to data from apps that cyclists and runners use to track themselves.
Many countries in the world celebrate Mother's Day on the second Sunday in May, but it's not the global norm. Turns out it has to do with the origins of the celebration, historical events and culture.
On paper, the USDA's plan to send surplus peanuts to feed 140,000 malnourished Haitian school children sounds commendable. But aid groups say it could devastate Haiti's peanut farmers.
Beginning this month, tattoo enthusiasts who serve in the U.S. Navy can ink a lot more of their bodies. The new policy is designed to help recruit millennials.
The Navy and military research outfit DARPA will test the world's largest unmanned surface vessel, a 132-foot submarine- and mine-hunter, off the coast of San Diego for the next two years.
Who's doing the best job of appealing to the millennial voting bloc?
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom says the refugee crisis, political strife and economic dislocation contributed to a worldwide deterioration of religious freedom.
The Internet isn't sure that reconstructing the raid through tweets was the best idea. However you remember that day, here are some things to keep in mind.
Nearly 30 years ago, Kenya burned 12 tons of ivory to try to halt the illegal ivory trade. Today it's burning 100 tons. How much difference does burning ivory make?
That's not one of the four questions asked at the Seder, but it's a good question — and there's a timely answer.
Almost a week after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Ecuador, the death toll has now reached almost 600.
This follows a campaign asking for a woman to be placed on paper currency and months of deliberation to either replace Hamilton on the $10 bill or Jackson on the $20 bill.
The awards, which honor excellence in electronic media, are given to journalism as well as entertainment programs.
More than a foot of rain submerges scores of subdivisions and several major highways, forcing the closure of schools and knocking out power to thousands of residents.
Massive earthquakes that rattled both Japan and Ecuador left many dead in both countries. Here are a few ways you can help relief efforts.
A UC Berkeley student and former Iraqi refugee says he was unfairly removed from a flight in L.A. this month after having a conversation in Arabic.