World Population News
Prince William and Kate Meet Delhi's Most Vulnerable Children
Prince William and Kate made a special visit Tuesday morning to children often overlooked and forgotten in India , but very much in need of love and attention. On day three of their official royal trip to India and Bhutan , the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Salaam Baalak Trust, an
More Than 55 Percent of Chinese Now Live in Urban Areas
An increasing proportion of China's citizens are becoming city dwellers, with more than 55 percent of the population now living in urban areas
Following Diana's Footsteps, British Royals Visit Taj Mahal
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have invoked nostalgia as they sat and smiled for photos on the same marble bench in front of the Taj Mahal where Prince William's late mother, Princess Diana, had posed alone for a memorable 1992 photo
What to Watch on Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Trip to India, Bhutan
All eyes will be on William and Kate this weekend as they embark on one of their "most ambitious and colorful tours" yet. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be leaving Prince George and Princess Charlotte at home while they represent Her Majesty's government on a seven-night trip to India and
Ben Carson Tells Supporters: 'I'm Not Going Anywhere'
The Republican presidential candidate says he'll stay in the race after his disappointing finish in the South Carolina primary.
Richest 62 People Control Same Wealth as Poorest Half of World's Population , Report States
The richest 62 people in the world control more than half of the world's money, according to a new report. That means that those 62 people have the same collective wealth as the world poorest 3.6 billion people, and the gap between rich and poor is growing wider, the report released by Oxfam
Facebook Plans to Launch an Internet-Beaming Satellite Next Year
Facebook plans to launch an Internet beaming satellite into space next year that will bring online access to people in Sub-Saharan Africa. "Over the last year Facebook has been exploring ways to use aircraft and satellites to beam internet access down into communities from the sky. To connect
Special Olympics makes health a global priority
In the summer of 2004, a 22-year-old Special Olympics basketball player named Dustin Plunkett walked into a makeshift health clinic at California State University, Long Beach. Plunkett, a Long Beach native, was competing at his local chapter's summer games and taking advantage of free health
President Obama's Historic Prison Visit
President Obama visited the El Reno Federal Penitentiary in Oklahoma today, marking the first time a sitting president has visited a federal prison.