Several populations of the Arctic predator are little studied, scientists say. A large population of polar bears in Alaska and Canada has decreased by 40 percent since the start of the new millennium,
Mary J. Blige will release her new album, The London Sessions, on November 24. It features collaborations with English artists including Disclosure, Sam Smith, Emeli Sandé, Jimmy Napes, Naughty Boy, and
Egypt welcomes idea of reconciliation following agreement reached among Gulf Arab states to end diplomatic rift. The Saudi monarch has called on Egypt to follow its steps in ending a months-long dispute
There is an old saying in Turkish: "The Turk has no friend but the Turk." As this country drifts towards isolation under the leadership of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the proverb is ringing uncomfortably true.
Critics who think Israel is taking a heavy-handed approach in destroying Hamas terror tunnels should see what Egypt has in mind. Facing the same type of underground routes out of Gaza that allowed terrorists
Untangling the Middle EastA guide to the region’s web of relationships amid the battle against Islamic State Last updated August 29, 2016 By Patrick Martin Design by Jeremy Agius As civil war rages in
Plagues, floods and famines often play a central role in religious stories. Research suggests they may have also helped start the belief in some gods in the first place. A study of 583 religious societies
Even more difficult? Landing on the surface of a tiny, spinning, rocky comet. Humans have never landed on a comet before, but the European Space Agency hopes to on Nov. 12 in what might be the hardest