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The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday let residents of Flint, Michigan pursue a civil rights lawsuit against the city and government officials that accused them of knowingly allowing the city’s water supply to become contaminated with lead.

America and Britain are Textbook Examples of a New, Gruesome Phenomeon: Rich Nations Self-Destructing Into Poor Failed States

The 16-year-old climate activist from Sweden is the magazine's youngest choice to be named Person of the Year.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted psilocybin therapy a Breakthrough Therapy designation for the second time in a year, this time with a view on accelerating trials testing its efficacy treating major depressive disorder (MDD).

Polls closed in Hong Kong with no major disruptions on Sunday after people turned out in huge numbers to vote in district council elections seen as a test of support for chief executive Carrie Lam following six months of pro-democracy protests.

Netflix & Nickelodeon are now partnering up in order to compete with the brand new Disney+!

Americans received a record 5.66 billion robocalls last month, prompting carriers, lawmakers and start-ups to boost efforts to block calls and catch scammers.

After years of resisting, Nike launched a pilot in 2017 to sell a limited product assortment on Amazon. Now, it's focusing on selling more directly to consumers.

Company has confirmed system bug in the latest version of the iOS app, and said it is submitting a fix to Apple

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has been admitted to Emory University Hospital for a surgery to relieve pressure on his brain, caused by bleeding due to his recent falls

A big oil spill from the Keystone Pipeline in North Dakota last week has hardene...

The suspect, identified as Richard Holzer, was allegedly planning to target a synagogue

Officials from Vietnam have arrived in the UK to help identify victims.

A not so public public outbreak of E. coli infections linked to romaine lettuce sickened people in a dozen states from July through early September, but

It's the second significant spill on the Keystone system since 2017, when around 4,700 barrels spilled in South Dakota.