New research out of the United Kingdom indicates that people with larger social networks, especially early in life, will develop larger brain areas.
The Armenian national chess team is the pride of the country and now the nation's schools are trying to bring chess into the classrooms.
A new book looks at how the Netherlands approaches sex and teenagers, and how Americans might be able to use some of those tactics to improve communications with our own teens.
With the passage of the Dodd-Frank legislation last year, U.S. electronics companies had to ensure their supply chains didn't include minerals produced in conflict mines. It's provided an opening for China, but it's also caused the Congolese government to make changes.
The brown revolution is about what the plants are planted in (soil) and not the plants themselves. Ranchers say they can make their land usable longer by mimicking natural livestock patterns.
The 7 billionth person is projected to be born on Halloween. The growing population, however, presents a problem. Where will we get the food for all those hungry mouths?
Business leaders are predicting that the market for goods in Iraq is about to explode and companies in various sectors of the American economy are hoping to capitalize on that boom.
In 12 years, the world has added 1 billion people. On Monday, the United Nations expects the global population to top 7 billion for the first time, ever.
According to UNICEF, more than 30 percent of children of elementary-school age are working on the streets in Afghanistan and are often their family's sole breadwinners.
China's investment in Africa is vast and growing, but in Zambia many are critical of China's approach and are concerned that they're not benefiting from investments.