Anne Wafula Strike says she was left humiliated after three-hour journey on CrossCountry train with no disabled toilet An award-winning Paralympic athlete and disabilities campaigner says she was “completely
Google Maps is now wheelchair-friendly. The wildly popular map app will now tell you whether locations are suitable for people with access needs — and it's thanks to a group of Googlers who worked on feature
Teens absorb social media news without considering the source; parents can teach research skills and skepticism By Sue Shellenbarger Sue Shellenbarger The Wall Street Journal Biography Google+ Sue.Shellenbarger@wsj.com
Photographer Maayan Ziv has developed an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share accessible spots around the city, giving mobility-challenged people the freedom to find ways to do what they want.
The economic impact of a large earthquake would lead to massive financial losses and "put the national economy in jeopardy," according to a new report. The Conference Board of Canada projected the costs
A new web app called Services Advisor by a Canadian startup can be accessed using a smartphone or computer, and is available in both English and Arabic For the hundreds of thousands of refugees still the
Sean Saifa Wall is a black intersex man, born with ambiguous genitalia and raised as a girl, whose testes were removed at the age of 13 without his input. Xeph Kalma is a trans woman who walks out of hospital
This time-lapse photography shows the giant shield that is being moved to cover the Chernobyl reactor in Ukraine that exploded in 1986. It will take up to five days to move the shelter over the reactor.
You see "nudging" all of the time at the grocery store, but you probably don't realize it. Think 12-packs of soda stacked in a pyramid near the register, or tortilla chips and salsa placed side-by-side