In this presidential debate, they offered their vision of the future.
Lawyers in two California cities have expanded their civil lawsuit against the online ride-sharing service Uber.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un placed his military on high alert and declared a “quasi-state of war” in areas near the country’s border with South Korea Friday.
Thai officials have issued an arrest warrant for a foreign man wanted in the bombing that killed at least 22 people Monday at a shrine in Bangkok.
Islamic State militants in Syria have beheaded the former director of antiquities in Palmyra.
German lawmakers have approved a $95 billion bailout deal for Greece.
The social media company Facebook has opened its first African headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa.
In the United States, a company is working on a project that could change the way we think about public transportation.
Thai police have released video of the suspected bomber in Monday’s deadly blasts in Bangkok.
The United Nations told Greece on Tuesday it must show “much more leadership” as more than 160,000 refugees and migrants arrive in the country.