by Lauren C. Williams Jul 30, 2015
"This case demonstrates that the network wants to enforce the so-called real names policy with no regard to national legislation."
by Ari Phillips Jul 29, 2015
The new record exceeds the previous May, 2014 record by as much as 5 percentage points.
by Ari Phillips Jul 2, 2015
The announcement was met with mixed reaction, as environmental groups had hoped for a carbon tax on coal-fired power plants.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 13, 2015 Updated: Jun 13, 2015
The 2013 NSA document leaks from Edward Snowden revealed the NSA spied on international leaders' communications, but the German probe strained its relationship with the United States, which didn't deny the allegations.
by Samantha Page Jun 8, 2015
The group of industrialized nations intends to put $100 billion a year towards climate change mitigation by 2020.
by Beenish Ahmed May 1, 2015
The event was founded in the United States to demand that the work day be restricted to eight hours, but it is now adapted to the various issues workers face.
by Ari Phillips Apr 2, 2015
"As long as the risks cannot be fully evaluated, fracking will be banned."
by Ari Phillips Mar 19, 2015
When the moon takes a bite out of the sun on Friday, solar power production will be temporarily devoured.
by Bryce Covert Mar 9, 2015
Germany just became the latest European country to pass a gender quota for corporate boards.
by Jack Jenkins Jan 5, 2015
"As a highly visible protest against xenophobia, racism and exclusion, the outdoor lighting of Cologne Cathedral will therefore be turned off on January 5 for the period of the demonstration," Cologne Cathedral Provost Norbert Feldhoff said.