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Twitter has recently announced that it will ban all political advertising on its platform.
Police in China have arrested four people for making and selling fake Lego.
There has been a steady decline in the second language education in England.
A Chinese TV broadcaster has removed any reference to homosexuality in Rami Malek's speech at the Oscars.
A new law in New York has made it illegal to discriminate based on hair.
A prominent former Korean comfort woman, Kim Bok Dong, has died recently, highlighting unresolved issues about past atrocities committed by the Japanese military.
Plans have been made for the a second summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jung Un.
A report on what people get wrong about climate change.
The Parker Solar Probe has begun the first stage of its mission.
Harvard scientists say 'Oumuamua' could be a solar-powered alien probe.
Authorities are investigating a bomb found in Soros' N.Y. home.
The chief of the CIA has heard a recording of the Khashoggi killing.
China's new mega bridge from Hong Kong to Macau is about to open.
Super Typhoon Yutu has struck the North Mariana Islands.
At least 22 people died in a Taiwan train derailment.
An escalator in Rome went haywire, injuring ten people.
A video describing how to hack your body to have superpowers.
The suspect in the Crimean school shooting reportedly shot and killed himself.
Vietnamese activist Mother Mushroom has been released from prison.
A missing Wisconsin teen was likely home when her parents were killed.
Turkey has obtained recordings of the Saudi journalist's purported killing.
Comedian Katt Williams has been arrested for an assault charge in Oregon.
An expedition of 56 crew members has returned to Earth.
A federal judge blocked Trump from deporting 300,000 immigrants.
How Germany’s far right is stealing a rallying cry for democracy.
Typhoon Kong-Rey is barreling toward Japan, the latest in a series of powerful storms.
FEMA's new Presidential Emergency Alert System is being tested on cellphones nationwide.
Dallas police officer Amber Guyger has been fired, charged with shooting a man in his own apartment.
Season 3 of the TV show 'This Is Us' will probably make you cry.
An American man has been stabbed in an Israeli shopping center.
The BBC is no longer requiring reporters to give a voice to climate change deniers.
The first person to fly in the SpaceX rocketship has been chosen.
The new 'Captain Marvel' trailer gives us a look at agent Coulson.
An acclaimed Spanish golfer has been murdered in Iowa.
Why more Korean men are buying and using cosmetics.
Researchers believe air pollution has a negative impact on cognitive performance.
Protests in Costa Rica turn violent over Nicaraguan immigrants.
Estranged Korean families separated by the Korean War are meeting again in North Korea.
Trump says June 12 Singapore summit back on after meeting with N. Korea's former spy chief
Israeli snipers may be encouraged to shoot & kill protesters by court’s decision–Palestinian NGO
'Crazy Rich Asians' works to diversify Hollywood
NASA’s TESS spacecraft will spend two years searching the sky for nearby alien worlds.
Amnesty International says 2017 saw a significant drop in the number of death sentences issued around the world.
A program called Fundi Bots in Uganda is giving students the opportunity to build robots in order to increase creativity and hands-on skills.
The number of democracies in the world had been on the rise, but recently the trend has stalled. This story why some democratic countries have backslid, while others never made it.
The oldest message in a bottle was recently found in Australia.
As Syria enters its eighth year of conflict, a Syrian-American architect reflects on the devastation destoyed her city over one year ago.
Turkish soap operas and dramas are being banned in Saudi Arabia to stop the spread of Turkish soft power.
A brief history of the relationship between North and South Korea during the Olympic Games.
A new product called Yondr is being used to restrict phone use during concerts, comedy shows and school.
French astronaut Thomas Pesquet talks about his experience on the International Space Station.
The South Korean government wants to take steps to reduce the suicide rate in its country.
A Japanese astronaut tweeted about how much he has grown while in space.
A report on the progress of marijuana legalization in California.
A report on Bibiana Steinhaus, the first female referee in men's top flight football.
Prince Harry interviews President Obama on life after the White House and the problems with social media.
Lady Gaga has signed a deal to perform in Las Vegas for the next two years.
The Winklevoss twins are now the first people to become billionaires by investing in Bitcoin.
Becasue of Alaska’s climate and natural resources, it is often at the center of opposing environmental policies.
The Paradise Papers, documents showing confidential offshore investments, are creating controversy in Canada.
A BBC report about the growing air pollution in the capital of India, Delhi.
A doctor was sued in China after he warned a man that smoking was bad for his health.
From BBC News, Trump visits five different countries in Asia.
A report of the life of South Koreans living close to the North Korean border.
The life of one of the most famous airplanes of all time, the Boeing 747, is coming to an end.
An Ikea commercial has been banned in China for reinforcing gender stereotypes.
A news story about the rescue of two sailors and their dogs who had been lost at sea for five months.
With the growing popularity of the sport of cricket in Africa, Rwanda has invested in a new cricket stadium.
Hollywood stars and executives condemn the action of movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
From VICE News, the Shipping Industry may finally be turning to wind power.
From BBC News, Lt. General Jay Silveria speaks to U.S. Air Force cadets about racism.
A report on the recently discovered health risks associated with tattoos.
People in Australia are being urged to eat more kangaroo meat.
From Reuters, Arcimoto is preparing to launch its $12,000 three-wheeled electric vehicle.
From CBC News, a report about gay men fleeing persecution in Chechnya and finding safety in Canada.
A BBC news story about a school that delays classes until the afternoon to allow older
students to sleep later and study more effectively.
The South Korean government is trying to solve the problem of the falling birthrate in South Korea.
The Spanish language song Despacito has become the most streamed song of all time.
British pop star Ed Sheeran was the latest guest musician on the TV show Game of Thrones.
The famous cartoon bear, Winnie the Pooh, has been banned in China. But why?
Tennis star Roger Federer wins his 8th Wimbledon title and 19th Grand Slam overall. How does he keep going?
Seven planets similar to Earth were recently discovered in one solar system.
A lioness (female lion) finds and takes care of an orphaned leopard cub (baby).
A BBC report on the past and future of ATMs and the possibility of a cashless society.
An entrepreneur in England is attempting to covert coffee waste into fuel for London buses.
A new generation of South Koreans is voting for a more liberal and kinder lifestyle with their feet - leaving the country in droves.
As floodwaters finally subside, residents of the region's hardest-hit neighbourhoods are embarking on the difficult job of cleaning up the mess left behind.
An Al Jazeera report on refugees in Greece.
A BBC report on female soldiers in Norway
A BBC report on the Bangkok government’s recent attempts to remove street food vendors from the streets of Bangkok.
A New York Times report on changing police tactics in Camden New Jersey
A recent study about the amount of pee in public pools and the associated health risks.
A book written by a North Korean author about ordinary life in North Korea.
An 8-year old boy saved his father by lifting a car off his body.
A story about a condition called Misophonia which makes people less tolerant of annoying sounds.
A BBC News story about a Chinese song that has gone viral for the New Year.