The State Department justified the decision by saying many refugees don’t want to come to the U.S. anyway.
It's not even a new note, just the old one with more wattle. But Twitter is blowing up, calling it "disgusting" and "vomit-like."
While nearly 40 percent of Canadians see Khadr as a child soldier, about one in four still consider him a terrorist.
A new study by researchers at Yale and Utah State University looks at the public's perception of climate change on the state and county level — and the results could change the way campaign groups focus their efforts.
While Sydney's supervised injecting room has been a widely accepted success, the Victorian government still opposes a facility in Melbourne.
A survey shows that scientists have different opinions on things like climate change, vaccinations, and genetically-modified foods.
Political analyst Jérôme Sainte-Marie fears the Charlie Hebdo murders will cause racist and xenophobic attitudes to go mainstream.
Climate activists have sought to find a silver lining in more frequent, intense weather events — they might convince climate change deniers that humans are impacting the atmosphere.
The profit motive and crowd sourced policy are forming an unholy union in sports. Left unchecked, the sports we love will become something we all hate.
America is excited about the idea of 'technology' but distrusts driverless cars, lab-grown meat, and biohacking—what gives?