Monday, April 7, 2014
Canada -- Beyond a clear-cut in Quebec's far north — marked by a sign that reads “the road of destruction ends here” — aboriginal Canadians are fighting for an ancient forest and their traditional hunting rights.
People clinging to Microsoft's aging Windows XP operating system will be left to fend off cyber criminals by themselves come Tuesday.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
A week after publishing the starkest warning yet on the risks of climate change, U.N. experts meet in Berlin from Monday to assess options for limiting the threat.
Oil-rich Norway moved Friday to target its huge sovereign wealth fund's investments more closely at boosting green businesses, but environmentalists said the proposals were not strong enough.
Watch out world, Grumpy Cat has hit her terrible twos.
Saturday, April 5, 2014
New York's bikeshare program may be hugely popular with just over 100,000 annual members but after operating less than a year, it is desperately searching for a US$14 million investment.
A vast ocean of water could be lurking under the thick ice of one of Saturn's moons, according to findings published by Science magazine Thursday.
An international exhibition in New York explores the fascinating world of prehistoric flying reptiles, the pterosaurs who ruled the skies when dinosaurs ruled the earth millions of years ago.
Europe on Thursday launched the first in a constellation of high-tech satellites designed to monitor Earth for climate change and environmental damage and help disaster relief operations.
A Pakistani policeman has been suspended for bringing a case of attempted murder against a nine-month old boy and forcing the crying infant to appear in court, officials said Friday., 1 Comment