Noor Inayat Khan turned spy to help the Allied forces fighting the Nazis during WWII.
Scientists develop high-tech aerogel sheets that could help future farming on Mars.
Scientists have found that goats are able to distinguish emotions from each other’s calls.
Some people in parts of the Middle East and northern Africa reject the idea of women having power.
Groups of people can often be stereotyped, but what does that really mean and how does is affect us?
Our world demands more and more from technology, but could it ultimately be dangerous? Watch the video and decide for yourself.
Thousands of citizens living in poverty are left homeless after a fire burns hundreds of shanties in Bangladesh.
People with disabilities often feel empowered when playing video games.
While everyone experiences fears, some have a particularly hard time dealing with them. Skim the text to find out why, as well as ways to overcome those that are most interesting to you.
An eleven-year-old sees an opportunity to inspire to acts of kindness following the recent El Paso shooting.
Protests in Hong Kong continue into the 11th straight week. Read the latest on their development.
Read about how ancient Greek medicine inspired many modern practices.
They’re helpful creatures that mostly keep to themselves, but spiders still inspire terror in many people.
While robots and artificial intelligence may seem like recent concepts, some argue that those ideas originated in ancient Greece.
Martha Convers rallies to send thousands of shoes to poverty-stricken children in Venezuela.
Watch this video to understand where the tensions between Hong Kong and mainland China stem from and why people continue to protest.
Anna Landre explains how the narratives surrounding disabled people need to change and shares her own story.
PBS has debuted the nation’s first-ever children’s series featuring indigenous leads. Finally, Alaskan natives are able to see themselves through the character “Molly of Denali.”
See the top five dictators who have ruled different parts of Asia over the past two decades.
Southern Californians question what is to come after several earthquakes have them bracing for “The Big One.”