This will not be the first time that Congress asks about the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya.
Tens of thousands of refugees from Syria continue to flee unrest by traveling to Europe and neighboring countries.
The winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences studies how people spend their money.
The Internet plays a big part in human life.
China’s economy has been hurt by weak world demand for Chinese exports, a recent stock market collapse and China’s surprise devaluation of its currency, the yuan.
Raising children has traditionally been a mother’s role.
It is a common complaint of students: What they are learning does not have a practical use.
What does the average 15-year-old do with her free time?
A new study of public opinion in Turkey shows deep divisions in how the Turkish people view their country and the world around them.
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime says the amount of opium produced in Afghanistan has dropped by almost half compared to last year.