The National Geographic Society is proud to announce the spring 2020 cohort of Young Explorer grantees. These 22 young people, between the ages of 16 and 26, represent six countries and are engaged in impact-driven efforts ranging from scientific innovation and conservation, to education, civic engagement, storytelling and more—all developing solutions to pressing problems within their communities. Read more
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (MAY 12, 2017) (U2) – U2 kicked off their “The Joshua Tree Tour 2017” concert series in Vancouver, Canada on Friday (May 12). Continue reading
“The Boss Baby” held on to its top spot at the U.S. weekend box office for the second week in a row. Nathan Frandino reports. Continue reading
The countdown to Article 50 being triggered begins and Londoners feel sad about the prospect of Brexit.
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British rapper Tinie Tempah makes his catwalk debut at London Fashion Week Men’s on Saturday with a minimalistic, casualwear collection inspired by architecture and “the everyday man”.
Hillary Clinton appears at an annual UNICEF ball honoring Katy Perry and gets a loud applause from the audience for praising the singer’s lyrics which she says remind us “when you get knocked down, to get back up.” Continue reading
A Tribe Called Quest scores its first Billboard 200 No.1 in 20 years with its new release, “We Got It From Here … Thank You 4 Your Service.”
A recording studio in Virginia offers musicians battling cancer a chance to leave behind a musical legacy for their friends and family.