Many of the biggest challenges in the modern world involve science, so doesn’t it make sense to hear what the presidential candidates think…and know?
Gevgelija, Macedonia—A migrant rests on a station platform on the Macedonian-Greek border on August 6. Unwelcome in Greece, many migrants, mostly Syrians escaping their country’s civil war, are trying to cross Macedonia and Serbia to enter the European Union via Hungary. Once there, they hope to seek asylum in Sweden or Germany; the latter has accepted more migrants and refugees this past year than any other European country. Citing the economic crisis in his country, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asked the EU to step in to help handle the tens of thousands of refugees coming into Greece from Syria, Afghanistan and other war zones. In July alone, 50,000 people made it to Greece, many of them in rickety boats barely fit to go to sea.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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New vehicle-to-grid technology promises to lower energy costs, while making e-vehicle owners money.
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The world-record-holding ultramarathoner just finished running the Appalachian Trail in 46 days, averaging about 50 miles a day: "My feet are so sore right now."
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Scientists investigated how caffeine affects the cells in the heart.
Koko signed words "eat," "bad" and even "butterfly."
Russian submarines are more active in Europe than at any time since the end of the Cold War, Admiral James Foggo said.
The bizarre incident highlights Japan’s ruthless attitude to work.
A garbage-collecting satellite launched by U.K. astronauts is on a test run to see if it can circle Earth, using a harpoon and a net to trap debris.
Beer shortages in Moscow, Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod, with fans boosting sales of a beverage traditionally not even seen as all that alcoholic.