Amid fears that North Korea may carry out another missile or nuclear test, a U.S. submarine arrived in South Korea, further intensifying the tensions sparked by heated rhetorical exchanges over the last week.
Sportswear giant opens opportunities for industry as it turns threat to thread.
Sustainable, non-porous membrane far more efficient than typical films.
Innovative tech could provide clean, green light in developing countries.
Scientists seek to mimic the chemistry to tackle world's plastic waste crisis.
Analysts view Marine Le Pen's decision as an attempt to distance herself from the racist image of her party.
China attempts to diffuse tensions after a U.S. aircraft carrier sailed towards the waters off the Korean region.
Ex-Iranian president surprisingly filed his candidacy last week despite denying plans to re-run for presidency.
Nawaz Sharif and his family are accused of conducting shady business deals through offshore bank accounts.
Analysts say the U.S. administration will have to forge new bilateral trade ties to reassure its allies in Asia.
Traders attribute the rally to consumer optimism in the U.S. and strong performance by mining firms.
High demand during the festive season prompts banks and refiners to make big overseas purchases.
In a landmark deal, U.S telecom giant AT&T has announced buying Times Warner for 85.4 billion dollars.
Giant structures, equipped with fleets of drones, to be deployed in areas where company sees high demand.
French privacy watchdog accuses Microsoft of serving targeted ads by collecting user data without consent.
by Lara Vergnaud New iPhone software update is a response to a major organ donation shortfall in the United States.
by Juliana Kenny WhatsApp refuses to hand over data that police require for drug bust cases.
Unveils the world's biggest solar farm and an industrial plant that converts CO2 emissions into useful chemicals.
A team of six researchers survived year-long isolation living without fresh air and fresh food.
Geologists used the technique of carbon dating on flood deposits to date Yellow River flood at about 1900 B.C.
A new study found that the “thirst circuit” in brain also monitors the temperature of the mouth.
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