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France's President Emmanuel Macron and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday held their first meeting since the French leader came to office, with differences on Ukraine and Syria in full view.
The European Union moved Monday to crack down on emissions cheating after the Volkswagen "Dieselgate" scandal by giving the EU executive more powers to monitor testing and fine automakers.
Psychologists from University of Texas at Austin have deployed the Stampede supercomputer help identify patterns in neuroimaging data that can predict for mental disorders.
A fire broke out in mid-April in a building where plutonium cores of nuclear weapons are produced at the Los Alamos Nuclear Laboratory in New Mexico, prompting an inquiry into the lab's ability to operate safely.
Kanishk Sajnani did not receive so much as a thank you from a major Indian airline when he contacted them with alarming news -- he had hacked their website and could book flights anywhere in the world for free.
The unexpected combination of two legitimate permissions, designed to power desirable and commonly used features in popular apps, make Android devices vulnerable to attack.
Now that marijuana has been legalized is so many states, and is about to become legal across Canada, new concerns have been raised over people driving or being on the job while impaired by recent marijuana use. Well, those concerns are being addressed.
Denver Post sportswriter Terry Frei has come under fire for a “racist” tweet he sent after the Indy 500. After criticism, he dug in deeper but later apologized and tried to justify his upset over the fact a Japanese driver won the race.
"A liberal fantasy dream sequence", "a bromance," "insanely romantic".
Russia's campaign of cyberespionage and disinformation has targeted hundreds of individuals and organizations from at least 39 countries along with the United Nations and NATO, researchers said Thursday.
Authorities in north India have blocked mobile internet services, arrested 24 people and suspended senior officials after clashes between castes that have left two dead and at least 20 injured, police said Thursday.
The new study relates to an animal model. Here scientists have restored the memory performance of Methuselah mice to a juvenile stage. The leading question is: could this effect also be seen with people?
Future climate change conditions lead to additional to stress marine creatures, and this provides a means for tracking the effects of climate change. The research further shows how changes can throw off the ocean carbon balance.
NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter has delivered first science results and the findings suggest the biggest planet in our solar system is more complex than previously thought.
Can probiotics help to reduce the symptoms of depression? The answer appears 'possible', based on new research. McMaster University scientists have shown a beneficial connection between the microbiota-gut-brain axis.
A three-week-old girl is dead after she was bitten by one of her family’s three pit bulls. The baby was only left unattended for about five minutes and her death serves as a reminder not to leave babies and small children alone with dogs.
Pope Francis on Monday met Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who was expected to seek an apology over the abuse of indigenous Canadians at church-run boarding schools.
A violent storm swept through Moscow Monday, leaving six people dead and dozens injured as freak winds toppled hundreds of trees, officials said."Due to hurricane winds in the northeast, south-west and east of Moscow trees fell on pedestrians.
Up to 200,000 civilians caught between fanatical jihadists and advancing Iraqi forces are in grave danger in the final stages of the battle for Mosul, a senior UN official said Monday.
Armed police looked on as thousands watched the Great CityGames in the centre of Manchester on Friday just days after a suicide bomb at a pop concert claimed 22 lives and wounded dozens.
Unbeaten Australian challenger Jeff Horn could be making a big mistake by taking into his camp Filipino-Australian boxer Czar Amonsot as his sparring partner for his fight against Manny Pacquiao on July 2 at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.
After a terrific regular season, Boston struggled when the NBA Playoffs rolled around, leading many to believe the team will go after more experience this summer, a move that will help them against the likes of Cleveland.
This time of year is slow for NFL fans as they wait patiently for the start of training camp, but for the teams themselves, there's still time to get players to help for the upcoming season, especially if willing to pay the right price.
On May 27, the global music community lost a true southern rock legend. Allman is remembered by Doug Gray of The Marshall Tucker Band.
House musician Roger Sanchez announced that he has joined Armada Music, on the same day that his single "Work 4 It," featuring Cari Golden, was released..
On May 26, The Rolling Stones released their new "Olé Olé Olé! A Trip Across Latin America" via Eagle Rock Entertainment.
On May 27, singer-songwriter Jax headlined the Revolution Bar & Music Hall in Amityville on Long Island, where she put on a stunning performance.
Unions representing 175,00 construction workers in Quebec launched a general strike shutting down major construction projects in Quebec after months of failed labour negotiations,
Moody's credit rating service has downgraded China's rating by one notch to A1. The company claimed that although structural reforms will slow the build-up of debt it will not stop debt growth.
After a bruising recent fight, now ended, in which Saudi Arabia pumped more and more oil to drive shale producers out of business, US oil shale bankers came to Vienna this week and top OPEC oil officials are planning a trip to Texas.
The annual "highest-paid CEOs" list is out, and, once again, very few women — just 6 percent — have made it to the top echelon.
Democratic Republic of Congo's health ministry has approved the use of a new Ebola vaccine to counter an outbreak of the hemorrhagic fever in its northeast that has sickened 52 people and killed four others.
Imported tulip bulbs, exported from the Netherlands, are spreading anti-fungal resistance, according to new research from Trinity College Dublin.
With sick cats suffering with illnesses that lead to low blood pressure a study has found animals with a normal level of lactate are more likely to survive. This could lead to a new treatment option.
A new assessment of fitness trackers reveals that the devices on the market are good at measuring heart rate but they are often poor at measuring calories burned.
Slapping import bans on products like mangoes, coal and salmon has long been China's way of punishing countries that refuse to toe its political line.
President Donald Trump on Monday called North Korea's latest missile test a slap in the face for its main ally China, which the US leader praised for trying to rein in the regime.
Britain on Monday said it would be a "strong partner" to Germany in response to comments by German Chancellor Angela Merkel about Britain and the United States no longer being reliable allies.
France's new President Emmanuel Macron was to host Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Monday in the latest test of his diplomatic mettle after vowing firm stands on Ukraine and Syria.
Thousands of Sri Lankan troops battled Monday to get relief supplies to nearly half a million people displaced by the island's worst flooding in well over a decade, which has killed 169 people.
Coral bleaching on Australia's Great Barrier Reef is worse than first thought and the impact will accelerate unless global greenhouse gas emissions are cut, scientists said Monday.
Donald Trump is now back on home soil, leaving members nations in the Group of Seven on edge after saying he would make a decision on whether the U.S. will pull out of the Paris climate agreement later this week.
Nuclear-waste fires in nuclear reactors in the U.S. are a 'real risk' according to Princeton University researchers. Under these conditions, nuclear spent fuel fire could force millions of people to relocate.
Gibraltar Friday vowed to do whatever it takes to keep its position as a leading online gambling jurisdiction despite Britain's looming exit from the European Union.
Democratic Republic of Congo's health ministry has approved the use of a new Ebola vaccine to counter an outbreak of the hemorrhagic fever in its northeast that has sickened 52 people and killed four others.
Imported tulip bulbs, exported from the Netherlands, are spreading anti-fungal resistance, according to new research from Trinity College Dublin.
China is taking care of a pressing need: Authorities have installed or upgraded over 50,000 lavatories in a "national toilet revolution" designed to clean up filthy public restrooms.
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