The White House must figure out what to do with the Afghan central bank’s account at the Federal Reserve, now frozen under U.S. law.
Dangerous mining conditions plague Congo, home to the world’s largest supply of cobalt, a key ingredient in electric cars. A leadership battle threatens reforms.
Camel beauty contests take center stage at a celebration of Bedouin culture, held annually in the United Arab Emirates.
While wind and solar ramp up, several countries, including France and Britain, are looking to expand their nuclear energy programs. Germany and others aren’t so enthusiastic.
Global markets showed signs of steadying on Monday as investors took a deep breath and looked more carefully at the knowns and unknown. Stocks on Wall S ...
Japan, which has been very cautious throughout the pandemic, is again barring all nonresident foreigners. There is an economic and human cost.
By tracking every cell in an organism, scientists are working out why certain cancer treatments fail, which could lead to improved medicine.
Warming oceans are sending the monogamous sea birds farther afield to find food, putting stress on their breeding and prompting some to ditch their partners.
Electric vehicles are getting a lot of buzz. Yet sales of electric vehicles, or EVs, are expected to amount to less than 4 percent of passenger vehicle sales in the United States in 2021. One reason: ...