Donald Trump has a huge new development in Dubai, along with other real estate deals in the Middle East. Yet on Monday, the presidential candidate suggested the US block Muslims from entering the country.
Volkswagen's CEO says he's "endlessly sorry" that the company rigged pollution controls on 11 million of its diesel cars worldwide to fool regulators and customers. But it likely will take much more than apologies to mend the damage to the company, its reputation, and its "clean diesel" technology.
Volkswagen, the world's biggest carmaker, has been caught cheating environmental standards and is facing major lawsuits, plunging stock prices, a criminal investigation and potentially billions of dollars in fines.
Abandoned fishing nets destroy ecosystems and the livelihoods of fishermen around the world. Now a network of nonprofits is partnering with a for-profit company to recover some of these "ghost nets"in the Philippines and elsewhere and recycle them into carpeting.
In some areas of the country, new solar and wind deals are undercutting the price of electricity generated by coal and natural gas, giving hope to supporters of renewable energy — and ulcers to directors of some of the biggest utility companies.
To combat summer’s hot and sultry weather, many US office buildings crank up the air-conditioning. But this sparks conflicts, as many men feel comfortable but women often shiver and don fleeces. How did this become the cultural norm in the US, and how much is being wasted by keeping temperatures so low?
President Obama says the US must invest in science and technology to stay competitive in today's global economy. The World's Lisa Mullins speaks with Dartmouth business professor Chris Trimble about the role science plays in boosting economic growth.
Stanford law professor and web icon Lawrence Lessig talks to Faith about why he's decided to set aside his fight to ease online copyright restrictions to tackle corruption and the influence of money in politics.