Armed with a Web-based toolkit of Skype, Google Docs and social media, a growing number of professionals are ditching the office for life on the road.
“Mungo Man” emerged from the Australian Outback 40 years ago this week, but his story is very much unfinished.
President Obama's Power Africa initiative is just gearing up with a groundbreaking geothermal project in Ethiopia.
Italian organized crime takes in $200 billion a year. Some of the money ends up in unexpected places, including on top of the pizza you order in Rome.
Refugees from Bhutan stuck in Nepal are learning how to fly, from the ground up, as part of the largest resettlement program in the world.
Wind Farms, Solar Panels And Killer Smog: Coal Still Reigns In China's Schizophrenic Energy Revolution
Amid giant wind farms and solar panels, noxious fumes remind visitors that China's not done with coal yet.
José Salvador Alvarenga has been called both the greatest survivor in recorded history and the world's best hoaxer. Who's telling the truth?
Drug companies sometimes resist providing experimental drugs to terminal cancer patients. Here's why, and what it means to patients.
Will every Mexican benefit, and will America's southern neighbor emerge as a global powerhouse?
Declining prices for gold futures are sending Italy's used gold brokers into a tailspin.
Five people have been linked, in one capacity or another, to one of the largest cybersecurity breaches in history.
The Bitcoin Center NYC opened its doors last month, declaring 2014 to be the year of the cryptocurrency.
Advertisers have crafted many memorable Super Bowl ads over the decades. Here's a selection of some of the best as Super Bowl XLVIII approaches.
Multiple rural credit unions in E. China are in danger of default and have been unable to return money to depositors since the start of 2013.
The man who saved Fiat and Chrysler is known for speaking his mind. That has not won him friends at home.
Reputation-management companies claim they can improve Yelp ratings. Are their services legit?
A weird new technology contest is calling on Africa's greatest minds to makes drones work for people, filling a niche long occupied by donkeys.
"12 Years A Slave," "American Hustle," and "Breaking Bad" will likely dominate the 2014 Golden Globes. But we're hoping for some surprises from "Her" and "House of Cards."
How hard could it possibly be to give up the Internet, including social media, for 10 days?
The "nation within five nations" long quest for autonomy may find support in Iraq's oil and Turkey's desire to join the EU.