Disney plans to restart fireworks shows at its theme parks in Florida and California in the latest move by the company to ease up on pandemic restrictions implemented last year
More than half the cosmetics sold in the U.S. and Canada likely contain high levels of a toxic industrial compound linked to serious health conditions, including cancer and reduced birth weight
The American Civil Liberties Union is asking a federal judge to prevent Arkansas from enforcing its ban on gender confirming treatments for transgender youth while a lawsuit challenging the prohibition proceeds
EV battery swapping startup Ample has locked in two partnerships this month that will help fuel an expansion into Japan and New York City after years of working on the technology. The startup, which was founded in 2014 and came
Indian cities are home to hundreds of millions of low-skilled workers who hail from villages in search of work. Many of them have lost their jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic that has slowed several economic activities in the world’s second-largest
It is the first major flare-up since the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in May.
Seven men are competing to become president but most reformist and centrist candidates are barred from standing.
A new study suggests killer whales may socialise with each other based on age and gender.
Liz Chicaje, who fought for the creation of Yaguas National Park, has been awarded the Goldman prize.
Mexican authorities say they have fully confirmed the match between a bone fragment and a student missing since 2014
Military officials in Colombia say a car bomb exploded inside a base in the Colombian border town of Cucuta leaving 36 people injured, including three in critical condition
There has been a rise in crimes involving intimate images that are captured and shared without consent or manipulated to impersonate the victim in a sexually degrading manner.