A missing Chibok girl has been found alive after being kidnapped two years ago in Nigeria by the Islamist group Boko Haram.
One in five of the world’s plants is currently at risk of disappearing forever.
Researchers have created a backpack that has a computer and medicines in it that can help even untrained soldiers save the lives of wounded troops.
Kenya is planning to close the world’s largest refugee camp, which it says poses a security threat that could lead to terrorist attacks.
The United States government says transgender students have a right to use restrooms that agree with their chosen sexual identity.
For some wealthy, privileged students at Harvard, an invitation from the Porcellian or Fly might be the culmination of years of anticipation.
Solar power technology could help to reduce deaths caused by household pollution.
Tyler Mulvenna worked three jobs last summer, but was still short the money he needed to pay for college.
Some Americans say the United States should consider providing nuclear arms to Japan and South Korea, America’s closest military allies in Asia.
The Brazilian Senate voted on Thursday to put President Dilma Rousseff on trial for breaking budget laws by 55 votes to 22.