Sharks suffer such poor vision that they are unable to distinguish people surfing or swimming from animal prey like seals

Police around the world arrested 150 suspects involved in buying or selling illegal goods online in one of the largest-ever

Indigenous residents of low-lying islands off northern Australia filed a landmark lawsuit Tuesday aimed at forcing the government to protect

Several OECD nations including Britain, Japan and the United States have agreed to halt government-supported export credits for coal-fired power

Saudi Arabia's pledge to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2060 must go hand-in-hand with a plan to phase out

Abortion laws vary wildly around the world, with a minority of countries having outright bans. In the latest moves on the

Queen Elizabeth II's grandson Prince William presented the inaugural Earthshot prizes at a ceremony in London on Sunday, with  projects

Even if humanity beats the odds and caps global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels, seas will rise

Iran has enriched more than 120 kilogrammes of 20-percent enriched uranium, the head of the country's atomic energy agency said