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Through technology and public-private partnerships, it is now possible for both emerging and developed countries to advance transparency in government, save millions of dollars and better serve citizens.

Air pollution has been called a silent public health emergency by the World Health Organization – and a recent scientific review reveals why.

The majority of factory workers in the world today are domestic or international migrants. Their time in the factory is characterized by suboptimal working conditions, long hours, limited space for working and living and, in some cases, harassment.

Emissions reductions alone aren't enough to avoid dangerous levels of global warming, says a new report.

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The annual Global Peace Index reveals the most – and least peaceful – countries in the world.

If you are caught driving during a tornado, don't stop at an underpass for shelter. Our latest post offers tips to protect yourself during a terrible storm.

The Pew Research Center found that 66% of women and 57% of men in the US support same-sex marriage.

Our modern sleep patterns are very different to those of our ancestors, so is eight hours of unbroken sleep a night the right model?

When conditions are set for innovators to compete and create wealth, everyone benefits. But policy-makers need to step up now.

More people die from breathing unclean air in Europe every year than are killed in road traffic accidents. Isn’t it time something was done?

Good for your health, good for your wallet and good for the environment. Cycling as a mode of transport has a lot going for it.

But the average value of transactions per customer is higher in countries like the US, UK and Israel.

Honorary degrees are not real degrees. They are marketing opportunities for universities. They make us mad, but we want one. Learn all about them in the next 12-15 minutes.

Systems for verifying digital identities remain fragmented and inefficient – here's our explainer of the different options available.

Engineers at NASA have reinvented the wheel by making a nearly invincible woven-mesh design that "remembers" its ideal shape and springs back into form.

More educated and older on average, here are some of the ways American mothers have changed over the recent decades.

From the circular economy to taxation and jute bags, here's how to mitigate plastic's harmful impacts.

French President Emmanuel Macron lays out his vision to preserve the EU's global power status.

A British think-tank concludes that the money required to fund a basic income would be better used funding public projects and services.

When thinking of a backyard BBQ, I envision children playing, the aromas of the grill and relaxing with family and friends. I also realize that with a limited number of summer days to enjoy a backyard BBQ, stress begins as I want every BBQ to be a complete success.

A fully networked Internet of Things could add up to $11 trillion to the global economy every year by 2025 - but if we're to take advantage we'll need to change how we do things.

Quality of life has improved dramatically since most of humanity were hunter gatherers, but can we say the same about equality?

Where's the rum ham?! No one will ever forget the time when the gang went to the Jersey Shore, especially not when you're wearing this hilarious It's Always Sunny shirt! Rep Frank and one of his favorite treats of all time, and you'll be feeling like part of the gang in no time at all.

As South Africans go to the polls, here’s how the country’s economy looks 25 years after its first democratic election.

New research questions the oft-repeated idea that being rich in mineral resources can slow down a country's social development.

It's how people choose to use new technologies that will decide how the production jobs of the future evolve.

It's already well established for some items - think tuxedos - so why not extend it?

Spring brings floods and flood damage to homes. Do you know how to protect your home against flood damage?

In 35 years, Melbourne has transformed from a dying city into one of the world’s most vibrant urban centres. But it faces challenges in adapting to its rapid growth.