For months, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and their many supporters have been protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. The tribe is concerned about the pipeline’s potential effect on sacred sites and the
To run a successful business, you have to be able to crank. You have to be able to dig in, put your head down and focus like a laser on completing a specific task. No one and nothing can distract you.
President Obama is vouching for Hillary Clinton in his latest direct appeal to millennial voters. Speaking to Now This News, Obama made his first public statements about the FBI's renewed focus on evidence
Rights campaigners condemn monitoring of Patrick Lagacé’s phone in order to identify his sources, and point to broader erosion of press freedoms in Canada Rights campaigners are among those sounding the
The first whole human genome sequencing cost a whopping $2.7 billion. That didn’t bode well for making any breakthroughs on genetic disorders. Luckily, the cost has dropped dramatically since then, leading
And he thinks the US needs a carbon tax. In an interview with National Geographic— conducted, incidentally, by actor Leonardo DiCaprio, who stepped into the role of science reporter for "Before the Flood"
What does $300 buy you these days? A couple of weeks' food shopping? A stylish pair of shoes? A multi-million-dollar skincare brand? That's what Susan Ciminelli did the first time she had some spare cash:
In Niger, 76 percent of girls marry before they turn 18. Every day, Ramatou, 13, starts off her morning by sweeping the backyard, washing dishes and preparing breakfast for her mother and seven siblings.
Some of the planet's most awe-inspiring destinations are at risk of being destroyed or irrevocably altered by increased population, climate change, pollution, and ecological extinction. And it's not the
This Startup Launched Without Titles or a Traditional Business Structure. Here's What It's Doing Now.
There's a right way to make a change. This story appears in the November 2016 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Tracy Young and her cofounders knew the construction business and computer engineering,
When Ella Berthoud and Susan Elderkin met as English Literature students at Cambridge University, they found a novel way of helping each other deal with life’s twists and turns. “We would recommend books
When it comes to growing your business, one of the smartest things you can do is learn from the successes and failures of those that have come before you. Since these entrepreneurs have already been where