Some of the richest tropical rainforest of Anori, Colombia was recently opened to visitors to take stock of the biodiversity
A Chinese hospital ship has docked in Venezuela where it will provide free health care to local patients
14 civilians were killed in a six-hour attack by rebels in Congo Ebola Zone
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen donated $30 million to 94 homeless and low-income families in south Seattle
Nepal has taken great strides towards saving tigers from extinction by nearly doubling its population
Recent studies have documented that the program Green heads is helping drive substantial reductions in gun violence and depression in Philadelphia
Twitter says their private messages may have been leaked and the issue affected less than 1% of its total users
NBA legend Michael Jordan donates $2 million to Florence recovery efforts
According to a study eliminating dead-but-toxic cells deters alzheimer's in mice
Facebook would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections
The World Health Organization said that alcohol kills three million people worldwide each year
Scientists found that the non-pest insects which are acting as a key link in the food chain and help to decompose life are declining day by day
Researchers of the Leeds University found that organic yoghurts were containing more sugar than cola
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The 32-year-old man Nick Vujicic who born without arms or legs will inspires you by his extraordinary life and his recipe for success
A man imprisoned for more than 26 years was released in New York with the help of Georgetown students who worked diligently to advocate for his freedom
The underwater drones were invented by engineers at Florida Atlantic University to monitor delicate ecosystems
Researchers are using genetic analysis or DNA tests to connect the dots in the illegal ivory trade
Secretary of the Interior Ryan K. Zinke declared a $100 million distribution to Support state parks and outdoor recreation
Indonesia experience a 60 percent drop in tree cover loss in primary forests in 2017
Queenslanders have turned out in droves to support embattled strawberry farmers
One of the world’s biggest power plant developers Marubeni will no longer build coal-fired power plants
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is reviewing the healthy weight for women to put on during pregnancy
A free after school music program called OrchKids in Baltimore can be a source of joy for children in underprivileged
A new study out from Money magazine, in conjunction with, confirms that the best city to live in America is in Texas
Rice University officials announced that they will provide full tuition scholarships for low- and middle-income undergraduate domestic students since 2019
A California high school student is being hailed as a role model for his decision to return a large sum of cash he found on his way home
A school-based survey shows nearly 1 in 11 U.S. students have used marijuana in electronic cigarettes
Researchers believe that a new bedside tool to detect brain damage can help the sick babies admitted to a neonatal unit after a difficult birth
According to new research, the world’s largest hot desert Sahara can be an idyllic landscape for generating renewable energy
According to a report of New York City’s health department, 2 percent overall increase in drug overdoses in 2017, compared to a 51 percent uptick in 2016
Mark Zuckerberg is selling Facebook shares to collect fund for curing, preventing, or managing all diseases
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued a couple trapped in their trailer and about a dozen dogs in North Carolina
The Japanese Health Ministry announce that Japanese citizens who were older than 100 had risen a record number. where, more than 88% are women
The Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati received 50 Little Free Libraries, which encourage the free exchange of books through easily accessible in neighborhoods
A pet lover escaped South Carolina with 64 dogs and cats on a school bus as Florence loomed,
Chile set national parks aided by the largest private land donation from a private entity to a country
Researchers reported that middle-aged people who get roughly half their daily calories from carbohydrates live longer than those take low-carb diets
Two Saudi students who tried to save young children from drowning have been awarded honorary degrees from the universities they were attending
London-based couple has sold their worldwide popular YouTube nursery-rhyme channel