First-Time Homebuyers Find Affordable Units in Kenya
A 2011 World Bank survey found that only about one-tenth of Kenya's population earned enough to support a mortgage. However, that situation...
American Catholics Politically Divided, Share Common Concerns
One in five Americans is Roman Catholic, and Catholic voters, like other Americans, are politically divided. What issues concern them in thi...
Merkel Under Pressure After Migrant Influx
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing mounting political pressure over the number of migrants arriving in her country — with regional a...
Iran Embarks on European Mission to Attract New Business
Iran is open for business. That’s the message from President Hassan Rouhani during his milestone visit to Europe.
Oscar-Nominated Film Shines Spotlight on Catholic Church Scandal
The global spotlight on the Catholic Church’s systematic cover-up of widespread pedophilia by priests began as the spark of an idea in a Bo...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Jan. 30
We’re unveiling the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles Chart, for the week ending January 30, 2016.
African Diaspora Makes Its Voice Count in US Election
Bakary Tandia remembers voting for just the second time in a U.S. general election. It was 2008, and President Barack Obama was on the ball...
Businesses Struggle to Keep Up in Fight Against Cyberattacks
Cybersecurity criminals are more "sophisticated, bold and resilient" than ever, according to a new study by U.S. computer networking compa...
Carmakers Count on Customers’ Desire to Stay Connected
The annual Washington Auto Show opened its doors to the general public Tuesday, after a three-day delay caused by a snowstorm that hit the U...
Pakistani University Attacked Last Week Reopens for Service
A Pakistani university that was attacked last week by militants opened its doors again temporarily Monday. At least 21 people, including 18 ...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Jan. 23
These are the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ending January 23, 2016.
Global Stocks on Roller Coaster Ride
Global stocks declined sharply Wednesday after another drop in oil prices prompted selloffs from Asia to New York. The Dow Jones Industrial ...
US Condemns 'Well-documented' IS Atrocities
The United States has condemned the deaths and atrocities committed by the Islamic State group in its campaign of terror in Iraq.
Indonesia Returns to Normal Despite Threats of New Attacks
In Indonesia authorities are intensifying efforts to prevent further terrorist attacks in the wake of last week’s deadly siege by Islamist ...
President Obama Plans First Visit to Detroit Auto Show
On the sprawling floor of Detroit’s Cobo Center, site of the 2016 North American International Auto Show, the latest and greatest vehicles,...
Group Identity May Prevent Human Stampedes
Large gatherings are usually peaceful but sometimes turn unruly with deadly consequences. Last year’s stampede during the Hajj in Saudi Ara...
A Sneaky Way to Put Bugs on the Menu
Running out of cooking oil or need some dressing for your salad? The solution may be crickets from your backyard! Scientists are turning ins...
Norway Educates Migrants on Treatment of Women
A Norwegian educational program for migrants and refugees that focuses on the treatment of women is attracting attention in the wake of mass...
Self-Driving Cars Are Just Around the Corner
After half a decade of hard times, U.S. car manufacturers sold more automobiles last year to American customers than ever before. The cars A...
Oscar Race On for 2016
The Academy Awards nominations mark the beginning of the Oscar race. This year, like every year, there are thought-provoking films, new tale...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Chinese Companies, Government Accused of Sex Discrimination in Hiring
Saudi Women Buying More Makeup
Muppets Bring Middle East Version of ‘Sesame Street’ to Refugee Children
Former President George H.W. Bush Recovering from Infection
What to Expect in Korean Talks
How US Travel Restrictions Are Affecting Families
A Lifetime of Exercise Slows Aging Process
Native American Tribe Battles to Keep Land
New AG School Teaches Secrets of Farming
Developing Nations to Study Ways to Block Sunshine, Slow Warming
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
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