Corporate giants are making big contributions to disaster relief organizations to help victims of Tropical Storm Harvey.
"Elderly couple trapped on roof at this address."
Rescuers continue to pull people from rising floodwaters. The traumatized and weary evacuees often have nothing but the soaked clothes on their backs. Aid groups are scrambling to provide shelter, emergency services and hope.
"You have to see it to be it" isn't just a catchy slogan for empowerment campaigns and girl power T-shirts.
They came, they saw, their stories inspired the world.
Ariana Grande returned Sunday to Manchester to honor the lives of those lost there.
It's on track to be one of the biggest recorded ransomware attacks ever, with tens of thousands of infected computers in nearly 100 countries.
Microsoft's president and top lawyer said Sunday that the ongoing cyberattacks -- which experts are calling the largest in history -- should be a "wake-up call" for governments.
The South African government is planning to implement a sugar tax to help curb the country's growing obesity epidemic.
It's not the imagery one might expect from a President who promised to bring private sector competency to governing.
Silicon Valley is banding together to help Haiti, after the island nation was slammed by Hurricane Matthew.
There is a new international scramble for Africa happening but this time it is not for lucrative geographical territories but its modern art.
Selassie Atadika wants to change the way you eat. The UN worker-turned-chef is on course to revolutionize African cuisine through her new movement: the nomadic dining experience, where she encourages diners to ditch restaurants and move meals outside.
In an effort to transform the narrative and negative perceptions of African women and children, Graça Machel, the former first lady of two African nations, recently established a first of its kind Pan African Women in Media Network (WIMN).
For the first time in human history, the end of hunger is well within our reach. While courageous and passionate individuals have been working to end this scourge for decades, a recent confluence of political will, public-private partnerships and funding ...