Could future technology be ahead of Americans now? Lexus suggests they’ve already developed viable hoverboard technology.
Several policies are changing after a months-long review of how the govt operates when Americans are taken hostage by terror groups.
Of 145 countries and areas surveyed, the United States did not make the top 20 for well-being of its citizens. Find out who did.
LEGO has announced a goal of using sustainable materials by 2030 and this $149M investment might get the popular toy company there.
Wednesday’s meeting was convened to evaluate the information released and draw relevant conclusions.
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is spending a year in space and tweeted the photo after witnessing something he’s never seen before.
Katerina Hramovich said that her ex-husband, Ruslan Usmanova, took their daughter to Russia just over a week ago without her consent.
Planning a summer vacation this year. Here are some safe summer travel tips for securing your money when you travel.
Millions of people bend and twist their bodies for Yoga Day
A Lithuanian village held a beauty pageant with an unusual twist Saturday.
Officials of Massport and China’s Hainan Airlines are celebrating Boston’s first nonstop flight between Shanghai and Logan International Air…
The U.S. State Department released the Country Reports on Terrorism on Friday.
A stowaway found in the undercarriage of a British Airways flight from Johannesburg may not have been the only person hitching a free ride.
New research looking for commonalities in brain patterns between mammals revealed new a characteristic about Australian marsupials.
The ancient city of Babylon is part of what historians call the “Cradle of Civilization.” However, it’s been a struggle to protect it.
Pope Francis’ second encyclical relates to the issue of climate change, and calls on residents of rich countries to make lifestyle changes.
In a high-level, 190-page document released Thursday, Pope Francis lays out his theological argument on the imperative to curb climate chang…
Congress hears from military officials and others about sending more military advisers to Iraq.
Data collected from a decade-long satellite survey shows several of the Earth’s aquifers are far past points of sustainability.
Tuesday’s Times crossword opened with one across: “Pretty Welsh girl widely thought not to be all there.” The answer: Delyth.