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President Donald Trump said last week his daughter would have been a fine candidate because "she's very good with numbers."
"She reacts very well — that's usually a genetic thing," Trump told The Atlantic.
Recent earthquakes and a tsunami devastated two of the country's islands, killing thousands and causing damage in the hundreds of millions of dollars.
Up to 650,000 people in the world die from seasonal flu each year. This is much higher than the often-used numbers of 250,000
The One Planet Summit is being held on the two-year anniversary of the adoption of the historic Paris Agreement.
The list ranks countries based on the "good" they do for humanity.
Saudi discrimination against everything Iranian and Shia is so broad, it has even appeared in my own life. Am I upset? Yes
Why vaccines are simply one of the best tools to build stronger communities and economies.
"Ivanka, talk about what your father is doing to women. That would be the first step to breaking down barriers."
At the moment, progress in tackling child marriage is painfully slow.
It is time to build an intelligent tech and trade initiative.
The West is in relative decline, especially compared to Asia, but no obvious alternative "system" has emerged.
On June 27 we released a joint report documenting forced and child labor linked to the World Bank’s agriculture projects
Something is destroying our forests. In tropical regions alone, we lose an area of forest the size of Austria every year
Sandra Musujusu's research focuses on a type of breast cancer that commonly affects black women.
By 2015, the proportion of the world’s population living in extreme poverty had dropped to 14% from 50% in 1990, according