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After two days of talks in Pyongyang, Pompeo deemed them "productive"; North Korea, on the other hand, called the meetings "regrettable."

Interactive tools show which companies in each US state are profiting from ICE.

The fourth step in thinking of zero—that is thinking of zero as a symbol—may be unique to humans. But a surprising number of animals can get to step three: recognizing that zero is less than one. How to understand nothing—that is, the concept of "zero."

A map of European cities that were founded by Greeks and still exist.

At least 10 mayors in the Philippines have been killed since Duterte's rise—he may be targeting political opponents.

The Boston Symphony Orchestra's principal flutist is the first woman to sue under Massachusetts's new equal pay law.

The stigma of opioids is affecting cancer patients, some of whom now avoid asking for much-needed pain relief.

This week, Australia began levying tax penalties on parents who don't fully vaccinate their children.

Scientists hope IVF could save the northern white rhino, of which no males and only two females still survive.

After breaking into a South Africa wildlife preserve this week, a group of rhino poachers were killed by lions.

I’m the kind of player who scours every room in a game. But in that moment, I hesitated—afraid that Chris’s attempt to play around with his dad would lead to a sudden outburst of violent anger. A heartbreaking new video game is played from the perspective of a nine-year-old with an abusive parent.

An imminent Chrome update will alert readers to non-secure sites—Fox News, Newsweek, and Time remain vulnerable to attacks.

Photographs of outdoor scenes at night, eerily illuminated by distant lights, by Daniel Regner.

A list of the 66 countries that have declared independence from the United Kingdom