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Women are resisting the centuries-old dominance that men and big business have held over their sexual health.
Credits and grants will see the Big Apple pay the most for new job creation.
These farmers are successfully taking on powerful opponents, from their own government and foreign royals to companies and corrupt officials.
From selling record levels of new drugs to splitting rival gangs, the Sinaloa cartel is growing while its iconic founder goes to court.
Increasing collaboration between China’s private sector and the country’s military on technology, especially artificial intelligence, is worrying the West.
From design challenges to startups, the Dutch are developing a wave of gender-neutral public toilet solutions.
The row between tiny Djibouti and a Dubai-based port operator reflects a much larger struggle for influence that is sucking in world powers.
Women are beginning to drive Mexico’s entrepreneurial spirit. Now, they have workspaces to help them do it.
The world’s failure to grant the breakaway region statehood risks reigniting war with Somalia.
President Joseph Kabila is stepping aside. But the chance to replace him is dividing the opposition, which helps his handpicked successor.
Medicaid, voting rights, unions and pot are all new realities for these U.S. states.
The president has been tougher on drug companies than Barack Obama on an issue that animates voters of all political stripes.