Children swim in a pool at a condo in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Thursday, Aug. 18.
Nestled among vegetables, plastic kettles and hand-dyed fabric in market stalls are the signs of a feminist revolution: Piles of poorly printed books by women that advocate forcefully against conservative Muslim traditions such as child marriage and quick divorce.
Two people in a recording booth deep inside a Connecticut office park are helping millions of blind Americans feel part of the Olympics like never before.
Native people living in the ancient city of Teotihuacan, now a World Heritage site located in modern-day Mexico, likely bred rabbits to eat and used their bones for tools, researchers said Wednesday.
Niagara Falls has become the latest natural wonder to add a zip line, offering honeymooners and everyone else the chance to take an adrenaline-pumping plunge toward churning mist at speeds topping 64 kilometers per hour.
It's the early bird that gets the Cheetos. But it's the bigger bird that steals it away.
Scientists are preparing to unveil a new planet in our galactic neighborhood which is "believed to be Earth-like" and orbits its star at a distance that could favor life, German weekly Der Spiegel reported Friday.
Italy will retain its crown as the world's biggest wine producer this year, the country's main agricultural body predicted Friday as the first grapes of the 2016 vintage were harvested.
One of the biggest threats to humpback whales spending their summers in New England is being hit by a passing ship.
Japanese consumer spending is in the doldrums but a Singapore-listed business trust believes the nation's golf market is in full swing.