Bus crash in northern India kills at least 16 Hindu pilgrims

Vehicle plunges into gorge in Jammu and Kashmir state, site of annual pilgrimage to Himalayan cave

How to Stop Your Smartphone from Constantly Tracking Your Location

Your smartphone tracks your location for all sorts of useful things—driving navigation, updating the weather forecast, and even live traffic updates. However, if you'd rather not have Google and Apple tracking that information—not to mention having it available on your phone for thieves to find—here's how you can turn off location tracking.

This biker went 167kph down a mountain

Get the lowdown on Max Stöckl’s V-Max project as he attempts to break a MTB downhill speed record.

How the Ebola Virus Affects the Human Body

The Ebola virus is a member of the Filoviridae family of RNA viruses. It causes an often fatal disease in humans called Ebola hemorrhagic fever.

Harvard professor says America and China are destined to go to war

Graham Allison’s new book, Destined for War, explains how China's rising wealth and power could escalate tensions to a war with the world's current superpower, the US - a country which he says is "attached to its position atop the world".

Facebook is constantly tracking your location, this is how to stop it

The Snapchat feature allowed users to see their friends' location on a map - which, as many people pointed out, is a pretty large invasion of privacy.

Emails Show Trump Jr. Knew Russia Was Working To Support Trump Campaign

Donald Trump Jr. on Tuesday tweeted an email exchange that seemed to show the president's son entertained an offer of Russian government help for his father to be elected president in 2016.

US decision to delay ‘startup’ visas to impact Indian entrepreneurs

NEW DELHI: After the Donald Trump administration's intended tightening of the work visa rules that has come as a blow to the Indian IT companies, the US government's latest announcement to delay the so-called "startup" visa could impact Indian entrepreneurs.

Moscow steps up war of words in diplomatic row with U.S.

MOSCOW/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Moscow on Tuesday toughened its rhetoric in its row with Washington, saying it was considering ways to retaliate for the seizure of some of its diplomatic premises in the United States and expulsions of diplomats.

Robots are milking scorpions for venom that can be used in cancer research

A new 'scorpion-milking' robot has been built to extract venom faster and more safely than ever before.