From aerospace engineering to influencing journalism; the moon landing of Apollo 11 paved the way for unprecedented advancements and will continue to have an effect for years to come.
Before having access to the US financial system through their cryptocurrency Libra, Facebook need to address regulatory concerns raised by the U.S Treasury secretary.
Amazon is celebrating its 25th birthday. Professor of marketing, Venkatesh Shankar, looks at the ways it has made an impact.
In November 2020, the US will vote for a new president – here are five things you need to know about the campaign process and previous presidents.
New research suggests that reforesting the planet offers us the greatest current opportunity to mitigate climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Loneliness among Americans increases with age, and can vary widely depending on gender and a number of other demographic factors.
The dream of utopia, achievable or not, inspires many different people and groups to make the world a better place.
Despite parks having a reputation for being crime hot-spots, research seems to show otherwise. It really depends on the park.
In April 2019, the U.S. generated more electricity from renewable sources than from coal for the first time ever.
Despite America's current run of economic growth being its joint longest in history, the growth average during this time period is actually the second slowest since World War II.
American companies run a significant trade surplus in China, which means that they are particularly vulnerable to the effects of a potential US-China trade war.
The stand-off could see the global economy lose $600 billion.
Globally, 92,000 refugees were resettled in 2018, with 28,000 of these refugees resettling in Canada and only 23,000 in the US, a figure which was down from 33,000 in 2017.
The trade stand-off between the US and China is having an impact in some surprising ways.
With the gap between the rich and everyone else expanding significantly in recent years, a universal basic income could indicate a breakdown not in the economic system, but in democratic ...