Dangerous blooms of algae in freshwater lakes — like those that have caused environmental emergencies in Florida in recent years and in Toledo, Ohio in 2014 — are worsening as the Earth warms. A new study
A hot brew every day could help keep your brain buzzing smoothly. It's one of the most common jokes shared between coworkers in the office kitchen: "I'm just a zombie before I get my morning cup of coffee."
The workplace has been inundated by new technologies --Dropbox, Slack, and the like-- that promise to make workers more efficient and productive. Yet despite the unprecedented investment in enterprise
Jeep and AM General could re-enlist with the U.S. Army as soon as next year. AM General is mostly known for turning the military-grade Humvee into the civilian Hummer, that behemoth gas guzzler that almost
If you're looking for the best resorts in the world, go to Africa. Condé Nast Traveler recently released the results of its 32nd annual Readers' Choice Awards survey, which chronicled travelers' experiences,
Exclusive: analysis reveals lenders provided $700bn to expand sector since Paris climate pact The world’s largest investment banks have provided more than $700bn of financing for the fossil fuel companies
Mass migration from Africa likely as government invests in satellite monitoring of vulnerable countries
Climate change could bring mass migration from Africa and diseases, the UK Space Agency’s Chief Scientist has warned, as he said foreign aid was now being used to fund satellites which monitor vulnerable