The veteran broadcaster and naturalist appealed to political and business leaders to work together to protect the planet.
Tariff Man Robert Lighthizer is Trump's brain on trade. Will his tough-talk, no-nonsense approach resolve a trade conflict with China—or crater two of the world's largest economies?
Get 'Em Where It Hurts American brands like Apple and GM are feeling the wrath of Chinese "patriots"—to the enjoyment, no doubt, of Beijing
Go for Broke Much as a Russian satellite launch in 1957 started the space race, a match between a computer program and a teenager galvanized China's dash to AI domination
he TWorld Magnetic Model set to be revised as the north magnetic pole moves from Canada toward Siberia.
Some reasons to be happy.
Iraq has officially called for Syria's return to the 22-member Arab League after its 2011 expulsion, just as countries rebuild diplomatic ties to President Bashar al-Assad.
Christmas is celebrated in different ways around the world.
A new book, "They Fought in Colour," wants to help modern audiences feel a deeper sense of connection with the soldiers.
"For many people, regions [and] even countries, this is already a matter of life and death."
Tickets are sold out, but you can still watch the "Clash Royale" league world finals live.
"There's no comparison whatsoever between disagreements over decorum at the White House and the imprisonment of the two reporters in Myanmar," Pence said.
"You are Madame Macron," a elderly woman told German leader Angela Merkel. "I am the chancellor of Germany," the head of state replied.
The Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 in Game 5 on Sunday to win their fourth World Series in 14 years.
"These towns are being liberated. And the people are clapping," Trump said. "It's like watching World War II movies."
President Donald Trump has gone to economic war with China, giving Russia a chance to further consolidate its ties to a fellow U.S. foe.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the U.S. and the Soviet Union had an understanding that "nobody can win a nuclear war and, for that reason, it cannot happen."
"I could say that I'm the most bullied person in the world," the first lady said in an interview on Thursday morning.