Throughout his campaign to become president of the United States, Donald Trump promised to bring back coal jobs and pump up fossil fuel production.
While once a fail-safe way to land a well-paying job, going to law school in the US is nowadays proving more of a risk than a guarantee of a cushy salary.
Imagine a group of more than 1 billion consumers who are underserved in the conventional marketplace yet eager to purchase goods that suit their particular lifestyle.
Americans are breaking new ground as sartorial slackers. The explosion of athleisure, which turned yoga pants and sweatpants into everyday clothing, has pushed the boundaries of how casual clothes could get, but we will go a step further in 2017, according to research firm NPD Group.
Henry Paulson turned down one of the highest posts in the U.S. government—Secretary of the Treasury—three times before he realized what was holding him back.
People were booing loudly as they walked by the Trump International Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue during this Saturday’s Women’s March in Washington DC.
America, as characterized by some of the first words Donald Trump spoke as president of the US, is a dark place of misery, ridden by poverty, crime, and lack of opportunity—a theater of “American carnage.” Yet Saturday (Jan.
Model Hanne Gaby Odiele has been the face of myriad fashion brands, appearing in advertisements and on the runway for Zara, Alexander Wang, Gucci, Prada, Marc Jacobs, and many more.
Antarctica is about to lose a lot of ice. Scientists report that Larsen C—an ice shelf the size of Delaware—is close to splitting off from the rest of Antarctica, with its rift having grown by 20 km (12.5 miles) in December alone.
The United States has an economic advantage that is is the envy of the world. Inventors flock to the United States, like nowhere else.
Stavanger, Norway The glassy waters barely disturbed the Sanssouci Star, a 174-foot yacht on which William Doll was hanging out one evening last August, anchored at a distance from the voluble quayside bars and restaurants of Stavanger.
Researchers may have found a cure for fake news. Just as vaccines immunize people by exposing them to a weakened version of a virus, psychologists found that a type of “psychological vaccine” could stop the spread of a piece of fake news by exposing people to weakened forms of it, according to a report published in Global Challenges.
Cake hasn’t been controversial since the 1800s when French queen consort Marie Antoinette allegedly declared France’s poor, who had no bread, should eat brioche instead (in English: “let them eat cake”).
Demonetisation took a toll on India’s largest fast-moving consumer goods company. On Jan. 23, Hindustan Unilever (HUL), which sells everything from Lux soaps to Knorr soups, reported a 4% decline in sales volumes for the quarter ended Dec.
It’s not easy for computer science students at most universities in Africa to practice and develop their programming skills.
More and more people in the UK are getting conned out of large sums of money by scammers on dating services.
On a day when Tamil Nadu legalised the bull-taming sport, Jallikattu, following massive protests, the southern Indian state reported several incidents of violence and chaos.
New data from Nigeria’s National Bureau of Statistics suggests Nigerian prisons may hold more innocents than guilty criminals.
African startups raised more than $129 million last year, according to a report from Disrupt Africa, a blog on technology and entrepreneurship on the continent.
Elections in Uttar Pradesh (UP), India’s most populous state, rarely disappoint. There are fast-moving family feuds, rousing rhetoric, dramatic alliances, and breakups, and the sheer unpredictability of gauging an electorate divided by complex caste and communal calculations.