American Arnold Palmer, known as “The King” of professional golf, died on Sunday in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A popular travel blogger is being criticized for writing only good comments and posting fun videos from a trip to North Korea.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will let a Chinese company invest in Britain’s Hinkley Point C nuclear power center.
In the future, very small wireless devices could be placed inside human brains to study and stimulate brain cells.
Americans are preparing for the first of three debates involving the candidates for president.
The U.S. government has released new guidelines for the fast-developing technology of driverless cars.
Chinese and U.S. officials are said to be investigating a Chinese business with ties to North Korea.
People continue to react to reports that Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie has asked her husband, actor Brad Pitt, for a divorce.
United States Secretary of State John Kerry has urged North Korea to stop its nuclear and ballistic weapons development programs.
People suffering from depression are finding help when electromagnetic waves enter their brains.