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High U.S. health care costs have pressured couples into implanting multiple embryos, despite the risks. Now that’s changing.
A new book by a former Amazon warehouse employee shows that pleasing consumers comes at the expense of the lowest-paid workers.
Beijing steers away from reverse-engineering and toward buying or partnering with Western innovators.
The sanctions are forcing American friends and foes alike to bend their trade policies to ancient practices.
Far from distancing the ANC from Zuma-era corruption, South Africa’s public probe is embarrassing the country’s ruling party ahead of national elections.
Jakarta, Indonesia, is betting on a combination of mass transit systems and ride-sharing apps to ease traffic.
Small and medium-sized British businesses are facing tough questions on whether to take drastic steps — like leaving the U.K.
Top space agencies and researchers are turning to biology to create spacecraft that adapt like living creatures to survive future missions.
As their economy stumbles, an increasing number of Italians no longer believe that being part of the EU has been good for their country.
Album sales have dropped by 75 percent in five years as fans have started going directly to the source.
From Italy’s battle with Brussels to France’s efforts at tackling populists by spending more, investors are predicting growing market turmoil.
From Pap smears and UTI tests to tracking fertility, a growing band of DIY health care startups want to save you the trouble of seeing a doctor. But is that good?