The poor future prospects of traditional livestock farming have led scientists to search for an alternative way to meet the world's protein needs. A popular suggestion is making insects part of the average diet.
A deadly outbreak that started in China has spread to countries around the world. Are world leaders making the right choices in their efforts to stem the epidemic?
Harry and Meghan's announcement that they were stepping back from royal duties sent shockwaves through the monarchy. What caused them to walk away?
Some of the factors that make the Australia's landscapes beautiful and its wildlife so charmingly unique also make the country particularly vulnerable to wildfires.
Meetings to celebrate the 70th anniversary of NATO have been marred by infighting, public jabs and disagreements. Is the international alliance on the brink of collapse?
President Donald Trump's decision to pull U.S. troops out of parts of Syria has led to concerns that it may lead to Kurdish fighters in the area being slaughtered and a revival of ISIS. Are these worries founded?
Young activists, led by 16-year old Greta Thunberg, have brought new energy into the fight to combat climate change. Can their enthusiasm bring real change or will they be stymied by politics and business interests?
After a decade of sustained growth, the global economy largely recovered from the Great Recession. A number of indicators, however, are raising concerns that a contraction may be coming soon.
Does the environmental impact of the fires in the Amazon give other nations the right to violate Brazil's sovereignty to protect a natural resource that benefits the whole planet?