Nobel Peace Prize News
The language of 'Black Panther'? It's real. Give it a try.
The language of 'Black Panther'? It's real. Give it a try; 'The clicks are no joke'
Myanmar government under Suu Kyi cracks down on journalists
Under Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar has aggressively prosecuted dozens of journalists and worked in other ways to suppress and discredit the media
Nobel winner Tutu says no longer an Oxfam global ambassador
Nobel winner Tutu says no longer an Oxfam global ambassador after aid group's sex scandal
Liberia's Ellen Johnson Sirleaf wins Africa leadership prize
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation says it has awarded its $5 million prize for African Leadership to former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
Amazon Go store opens today
The new Seattle grocery store allows customers to scan an app and buy items without ever going through a checkout line.
Apple's Tim Cook and Malala team up to fight for girls' education
Both are globally recognized icons, yet their areas of expertise are seemingly worlds apart. One is Tim Cook , the tireless and philanthropic chief executive officer of Apple Inc .; the other is Malala Yousafzai , the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate activist who fights for -- and puts her life on the
'Fire and Fury' author Michael Wolff on Bannon's ousting, Trump's mental fitness
Wolff said he was "the recipient" of Steve Bannon's "enormous frustration."
Social media is the new battleground in fight over Rohingya: Part 2
The Myanmar military and advocates use platform to get the news out about crisis.
Twitter employee who deactivated Trump account: 'I feel like Pablo Escobar'
The Twitter employee who set in motion the deactivation of President Donald Trump's account in early November has emerged from anonymity to say the whole incident was a "mistake" and he never thought it would actually be carried out.
Pope Francis arrives in Myanmar to cheers, Rohingya diplomatic test
Pope Francis arrived in Myanmar 's largest city, Yangon, today to cheers from groups of children waving Vatican flags and singing "Viva Papa!" It was a happy, warm welcome for the first ever papal visit to Myanmar. But Pope Francis's trip will be dominated by how to address the country’s ongoing