Rescue workers have found a baby alive and well, three days after a deadly earthquake that struck on the Iran-Iraq border.
LAHORE: A young man who ruined the life of his ex-fiancée in a revengeful acid attack was awarded a collective imprisonment of 60 years in a ruling announced by an antiterrorism court here on Wednesday.
Microsoft has announced this week that it intends to cut its carbon emissions by 75% by 2030 against a 2013 baseline, making continued progress with its carbon neutrality and renewable energy commitments while also making future investments in energy efficiency.
Wisconsin police officer Darryl Robinson knows a thing or two about paying it forward.
Japanese trains are awesome for a number of reasons, not the least of which is how amazingly punctual they are.
Jeddah — The Ministry of Commerce and Investment (MCI) has approved the teaching of yoga as a sports activity, Nouf Al-Marwaai, founder of the Arab Yoga Foundation, told Saudi Gazette on Wednesday.
Fourteen years after losing her arm and nearly dying in a shark attack, professional surfer Bethany Hamilton is pregnant and teaching her two-year-old son how to surf.
GiveDirectly, a charity that has been financing direct cash transfers to poor villages in East Africa since 2008, announced Monday that it has officially launched the largest universal basic income (UBI) experiment in history.
Discovering an exoplanet isn’t what it used to be.
A new app can use your personal computer’s unused power to mine cryptocurrency, and then direct the funds to make bail payments for US defendants.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A fundraising campaign to help a woman who lost her job after she made an obscene gesture toward the presidential motorcade has raised nearly $100,000.
Two years ago, when the Zika virus was first identified as the cause of microcephaly in babies, women were scared.
The City will be unwrapping its annual Toys for Tickets campaign to support less fortunate families across St. Albert.
Woman fights to keep equine rescue alive through donations
The Chicago company said on its website that this was part of a holiday promotion, for which customers could contribute to the wall-blocking project with $15 purchases for surprise gift packages.
In our current culture, millennials move from job to job in order to climb the ladder.
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — They’re bearded, they’re burly and they’re wearing sparkly mermaid tails.
House Democrats introduced articles of impeachment Wednesday against President Donald Trump, though they acknowledged their efforts have no chance of success while Republicans control both houses of Congress.