Paris is famous for many things: fashion, art, cafes — and revolution. Now the City of Light is attempting a new kind of revolution: it now bans cars built before 1997 from the city’s streets during the busy part of weekdays.
In order to limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius or less by the end of the century, oil and gas companies will eventually have to limit how much fossil fuel they extract. Most oil companies are facing this reality and writing down the value of their future oil assets. ExxonMobil is not, and the SEC wants to know why.
Lithuania's foreign minister says modified Iskander missiles have a range of up to 435 miles — meaning they could reach Berlin from the Russian outpost, which is sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania.
Rebels in control of Yemen's capital accused the Saudi-led coalition fighting them of killing more than 100 people and wounding hundreds more Saturday in air strikes on a funeral in Sanaa. The coalition denied it.
Before it was downgraded on Sunday to a post-tropical cyclone, Matthew hit southern Haiti extremely hard on Tuesday, killing hundreds of people. The impoverished nation has begun three days of mourning.
Donald Trump walks into tonight's debate with many in the Republican Party calling for him to quit over his predatory remarks about women. Hillary Clinton heads into it after leaked emails discuss her controversial Wall Street speeches and "open trade and open borders" ideas.
Using methods that were pioneered by the campaigns of George W. Bush and further developed in Barack Obama’s bids for the White House, the Clinton campaign has been using big data to get a detailed picture of individual voters.
Taking a page from the Bronx’s Hip-Hop Boulevard, Rio raptivists are lobbying city hall to make good on a plan to dedicate a public square to the urban genre they say saved them from thug life in the favelas.
On occasion, Tamar Charney has the impulse to play with Lincoln Logs. So, she recently bought herself a set, and she got to thinking about how different toys have colored her memories, especially her travels, as a child.
“It’s clear that the two-party system is dying,” argues a Millennial voter, speaking of attitudes among his friends. “People really hate the two parties. And it’s that the two parties aren’t speaking to the issues that really matter to us."