In China and India, men outnumber women by 70 million. Both nations are belatedly trying to come to grips with the policies that created this male-heavy generation.
Jewish Currents spoke with more than 50 Birthright Israel participants and staffers about their experiences with the often-fraught sexual and gender dynamics on the famous free trip to Israel. Here is what we found.
To say that Chinese media regulators have a backward view of human sexuality would be an understatement.
The trip comes as the two sides discuss potential sites for the unprecedented meeting between the US and North Korean leaders, which Trump said could come by "early June or before."
In Garamba National Park, in Democratic Republic of Congo, 13 park rangers have been killed in the past three years, and 256 elephants have been taken for their tusks—and these days, the poachers often arrive in uniform, with an arsenal of weapons to match.
In a race against antibiotic resistance, a Norwegian research team sails into the Arctic darkness.
Every two weeks a language dies. Wikitongues wants to save them.
'El Tri' outdraws the US team in matches played in the States. And with the Americans absent from soccer's biggest event, that fan base could expand even further.
If only our local sushi place used ingredients this fresh and approached their craft with such technical mastery.
Jacques André-Istel has spent 30 years creating a museum he thinks will be there after humanity has departed Earth.
A man in his 30s was taken to Royal Perth hospital after being bitten on the leg while a 41-year-old surfer was treated at the beach for minor injuries.
Amid the worst drought on record, the city has threatened to turn off the taps on its nearly 4 million residents. Our correspondent spent a week there while he could still get a shower.
Diversity of language brings an immeasurable cultural richness to the world, but the number of regular speakers of less-common languages is in steep decline.
A staggering 4,548 photographers submitted 73,044 images for a shot at this year's World Press Photo of the year contest, but it was Ronaldo Schemidit's singular image that stood out among the pack.
That "oh shit" moment at work.
Often called "The Eighth Wonder of the World," the hand-carved rice terraces in Banaue are long enough to stretch halfway around the globe.
The Barra Airport in Scotland is one of the only airports in the world where the runway is a beach.
This man can carry another human being down a hill walking on his hands, while some of us find the walk between our bedroom and our bathroom to be a real workout.
Conan continues his great adventure through Italy with his friend and co-worker Jordan, this time popping into a drawing class in Florence.
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