Chinese are demanding better protections even as the government and tech giants like Alibaba and Tencent gather ever more data.
Dick Enberg, a Hall of Fame broadcaster known as much for his excited calls of “Oh my!” as the big events he covered during a 60-year career, died Thursday. He was 82.
The Belfast police said they were investigating a post by Barry McElduff, a member of Parliament, who appeared to mock the anniversary of a sectarian massacre of 10 Protestants.
India is “sitting on a volcano” of diabetes. A father’s effort to ban junk food sales in and near schools aims to change what children eat.
The proposal would give the energy industry access to more than a billion acres, dealing a blow to President Barack Obama’s environmental legacy.
Among the departures are nearly 200 biologists, chemists and toxicologists, draining the agency of scientific expertise needed to address pollution threats.
As Hurricane Harvey bore down on Texas, Danya Skolkin and Josh Tillis postponed their wedding. Then they served food ordered for guests to those in need.
Getting comprehensive sexual and reproductive health care as a woman is hard. Getting care while jet setting, however, is damn near impossible.
The police said the man who drove an S.U.V. into a crowd, injuring 19 people, was mentally ill and had a history of drug abuse.
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