Uganda Unveils its First Solar-powered Bus
A solar-powered bus described by its Ugandan makers as the first in Africa has made its public debut. Kiira Motors' electric bus was displa...
From Golf Range to Free Range
There’s a growing trend in the United States to let old or underused golf courses revert back to nature. One parcel in Grafton, Ohio, conve...
Silicon Valley More Than a Place ... It's a Culture
Running a company with a treadmill inside, in the middle of Silicon Valley, is not what Monisha Perkash had imagined when she and her parent...
HIV-positive Teens Demand More Support
Nompumelelo Simelane sees herself as an average teenager. She loves to cook, and spend time with her family and girlfriend. She also has HIV...
Pop-Up Art Comes to Your Living Room, Backyard and Elsewhere
Andrea Carafa can speak several languages, among them English, French and Spanish, but to him, the most universal ones are of music and the ...
Rio’s Trams Await Olympic Tourists
Over the past century, many cities around the world replaced electric trams, prone to breakdowns and backups, with faster and more spacious ...
Young African Designer Models His Clothes on the Past
A young African fashion designer is putting a modern twist on men’s clothing styles from the 1960’s. Reporter Maurice Magorane visited the...
Want to Be a Detective? Escape Rooms May Help
The timer is running. People have 60 minutes to escape from a room they paid to be locked inside of.
'Get Up and Do It,' Says High School Dropout Headed for College
It took two years of non-stop studying for Lance Dunn to make it to this point.
Poland’s Clash of Cultures Escalates
Unlike some central and eastern Europe nations, Poland has not seen a major push for an exit from the European Union in the wake of Brexit, ...
Activists: HIV Treatment Lagging in West Africa
The prevalence of HIV/AIDS is relatively low in West Africa compared to the rest of Africa, but treatment rates there are equally low, say a...
Renowned Chefs Use Ment'or to Coach Next Generation
If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen, the old proverb goes. Under the tutelage of some of the best chefs in New York, the ne...
Top 5 Songs for Week Ending July 9
We're counting down the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ending July 9, 2016.
Pope Francis to Canonize Mother Teresa
On September 4, the Vatican will hold a ceremony, officiated by Pope Francis, to canonize Mother Teresa, the Roman Catholic nun and missiona...
[中英对照] Robots Branch Out Across Workforce
Industrial robots started replacing humans long ago in tedious and dangerous jobs, such as welding thousands of identical parts for vehicles...
Ivorian Taekwondo Champions Head to Rio Olympics
It is the home stretch for three Ivorian taekwondo athletes who are heading to the Rio Olympics. In their training room in the basement of t...
Brexit - A 'Berlin Wall' Moment for European Youth
In 1989 Germans tore down the wall that divided Berlin and symbolized deeper global divides.
Natural Hair Care Movement Takes Root in Nigeria
In Nigeria, activists and entrepreneurs are promoting natural ways for black women to care for their hair amid concerns that some commonly u...
Globalization or Isolation? US Voters Weigh in on Economy
The air outside this factory in Northeast Philadelphia once smelled of cookies.
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Two Presidents, Too Little Food for Venezuelans
60 Dead, 300 Missing After Dam Collapse in Brazil
US Official: Talks with Taliban Bring Sides Closer to Ending Afghan War
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US to Offer Nuclear Waste Technology to Other Countries
‘Octopus Whisperer’ Feels Close Connection to Sea Creatures
Huge Space Rocks Are Hitting Earth Twice as Often as Before
Scientists Set Doomsday Clock to Two Minutes to Midnight
Scientists Produce Gene-Edited Chickens to Stop Spread of Flu Virus
'Don't Cry Over Spilt Milk'
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
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