On the face of it, 2018 is going to be a good year for sub Saharan Africa’s economies.

The World Bank forecasts growth of 3.2% for the year, up...

Yinka Adegoke
15-01-2018

In 2000, I attempted suicide by jumping off of the Golden Gate Bridge. Prior to that, I was filled with extraordinary fear, and desperate shame. Around...

Kevin Hines
20-01-2018

Ahead of the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which recognized American women’s right to abortion, a different anniversary was celebrated today: The...

Annalisa Merelli
20-01-2018

Twitter announced today, Jan. 19, that some 677,775 people in the US saw tweets connected to the Internet Research Agency (IRA), a Russian propaganda...

Mike Murphy
20-01-2018

If the US Senate doesn’t approve a short-term funding bill by 12am eastern time on Saturday, the US government will shut down. Federal agencies across...

Ana Campoy
20-01-2018

After thinking up many possible solutions for delivering trustworthy news, Facebook is letting users judge for themselves.
Adam Mosseri, the head...

Hanna Kozlowska
20-01-2018

We increasingly live in our own echo chambers, surrounded by like-minded peers convinced that the rest of the world has got it all wrong. Around this...

Heather Timmons
20-01-2018

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 20 – Facebook announced Friday it will ask its two billion users to rank their trust in news sources, in its latest attempt to...

Capital News
20-01-2018

The Lumière Festival of Light is bedazzling the British capital. Come nightfall, more than 50 works of art turn the city into a nocturnal art...

DW.COM
20-01-2018

Georg Baselitz is viewed as one of the greatest living painters. For his 80th birthday, Basel's Fondation Beyeler is staging a major retrospective that...

DW.COM
20-01-2018