Russia has vetoed a draft UN Security Council resolution that warns about the security implications of climate change.
This year’s ‘short-lived’ La Niña forecast may not break records, but could still pack a punch this summer
Soils are sodden, towns have already gone under water and summer has only just begun.
If you think Australia faces a difficult strategic balancing act, then spare a thought for South Korea.
TIME Editor-in-Chief and CEO Edward Felsenthal writes.
Because the resurgence of COVID-19 cases is again benefitting automobile sales as people purchase cars to avoid public transport, the car dealership industry is well-positioned to witness sales growth.
Several WallStreetBets (WSB) stocks have been the recipients of robust market attention as retail investors drove up the share prices of some fundamentally weak companies to unexpected highs.
Although he is known to be a hardline opponent of public debt, the new German finance minister showed his openness to compromise during his first trip to Paris only days after taking office.
JAKARTA: Indonesia and the US on Tuesday signed an extension to a bilateral maritime cooperation deal covering security and navigation issues.
In the centre of Australia, where the landscape is parched and temperatures can soar into the high 40s, water can be a precious commodity.
Eels were once so abundant that they were considered a pest, but today the ancient creature is threatened by human activity and risks disappearing altogether, scientists and environmentalists warn.