On Sept. 15, North Korea launched a ballistic missile that flew over Hokkaido, Japan. This is the second time a ...
Tian Yuan
Thu, 21 Sep 17
He is famous for his love of honey, and being a bear of “little brain”. So Winnie the Pooh might ...
Eleanor Byrne
Thu, 21 Sep 17
The future of money looks very different in the world of cryptocurrencies. There is a growing consensus among businesses, investors ...
Nafis Alam
Thu, 21 Sep 17
With school starting, parents wonder what they can do to help their children succeed. Almost everyone knows that reading books ...
Allyssa McCabe
Thu, 21 Sep 17
Teens aren’t what they used to be.
Jean Twenge
Thu, 21 Sep 17
An Epoch Times Survey
Today, megacities have become synonymous with economic growth. In both developing and developed countries, cities with populations of 10 million ...
Christopher H. Lim, Vincent Mack
Thu, 21 Sep 17
Political parties in the UK are currently entirely absorbed in one topic alone: Brexit. But there is something else that ...
Matthew Flinders
Thu, 21 Sep 17
The world is witnessing a state-orchestrated humanitarian catastrophe on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border. The latest UN figures show a staggering 370,000 ...
Alicia de la Cour Venning
Thu, 21 Sep 17
NEW YORK—President Donald Trump gave a forceful speech asking the United Nations to stand up for its principles, and to ...
Jasper Fakkert
Thu, 21 Sep 17
The benefits of free trade have been familiar to economists since Adam Smith. Trade encourages specialisation and leads to lower ...
David Paton, David Blake, Kevin Dowd
Thu, 21 Sep 17
An Epoch Times Survey
The Sept. 15 terrorist bombing in a crowded London subway station – which injured at least 30 passengers but caused ...
Richard Maher
Thu, 21 Sep 17
As the forced expulsion of the Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar gathers pace and attracts increasing international condemnation, it’s clear that ...
Abdullah Yusuf
Thu, 21 Sep 17
Bill Gates is a lot luckier than you might realise. He may be a very talented man who worked his ...
Chengwei Liu
Thu, 21 Sep 17
On average, each Singapore resident discards one in three spoons of edible food – every meal, every day. (shutterstock.com)
Luan Do
Thu, 21 Sep 17