A negotiated settlement is the only way out.
The regions of Japan outside Tokyo are quite annoyed that they pay to educate their children but that Tokyo reaps all the benefits. This state of affairs has continued for decades. But Japan has a policy response for it, and it is sort of beautiful.
People are saying I am the queen of Sweden because of the legend of King Arthur
Warm weather and rugged ocean cliffs make for great vacations but aren't that helpful when it comes to economic recovery.
Amazon’s goal is to "transform the way India buys and sells," according to its local mission statement. Anodyne language aside, this is a massive undertaking that, as usual with early-stage Jeff Bezos projects, is massively unprofitable.
The timing of Facebook's announcement throws into question how serious the company is about actually fighting misinformation in Brazil's election.
As Saudi Arabia diversifies away from oil, it's pouring money into Silicon Valley.
An asteroid got the dinosaurs. Here's what's most likely to kill us.
Long before veggie burgers and soy lattes were fashionable, Kin was sent on a mission by the United States government to uncover the benefits of the soybean to Americans.
After a lifetime of being lied to by world maps, one Redditor took matters into his own hands and designed a new global map that shows how big countries really are relative to one another.
Sure, Sylar the border collie has a pretty big Instagram following. But does that mean he deserves a mansion with a spa, playground and indoor pool?
Their desire for avoidance is a predisposition so common that it’s become hard-baked into Finnish culture.
"They literally have a sword on their flag."
Looking at New York City, Venice, the Grand Canyon and more places from the same virtual height.
The fungus, which has no cure, is destroying harvests in Latin America. In the 1800s, it devastated Sri Lanka's powerhouse coffee industry. And scientists say it's only a question of time.
The case of Asia Bibi has become a symbol of ancient hatreds in Pakistan. The country's Supreme Court has the chance to put things to rights.
One of the rarest flowers in the world, the Neelakurinji blooms just once every 12 years in India's southwestern state of Kerala, when it covers the hills in a violet hue.
The CCTV footage shows the devastating effects of the 7.5-magnitude earthquake that happened last month on a local cookware shop.
The latest chapter in the perils of incorporating the Māori language without engaging with indigenous people.
"There was a targeted assassination program in Yemen. I was running it. We did it."
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