This is what you need to know about his presidency’s proposed cuts and their effects.
According to a report presented to the UN human rights council this is a myth.
A study published in Psychological reviews shows people prefer not to learn what’s ahead, especially when there are negative possibilities.
With Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron’s popularity, The Economist says this could be France’s next revolution.
For Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of ECLAC the redistribution of income and rights begins in the region’s labor market.
Oxford neuroscientist Molly Crocket says this might lead to voting against self-interests.
850,000 children work in the country.
One in every 7 people are migrants today but health systems haven’t been able to adapt and give them access to health services.
Former Labor Secretary Tom Perez on Saturday was elected chairman of the United States Democratic National Committee
Obama’s former science advisor, John Holdren, says these things can help them remain relevant under a president who resists facts.
Project 1917 is an initiative that recreates history in the form of a social network.
Two Germans created a bad to prevent microfibers ending up in oceans.
These inventions use human technology for the benefit of other animals.
From SNL to John Oliver comedians in the US are using their shows to criticize the government.
A report by the International Labour Organization found teleworking may seem easier but could disrupt people’s work-life balance.
Along with the Universal Basic Income a shorter work week can help reduce carbon emissions.
UNESCO Science Report: Towards 2030 shows female engineers and computer programmers are wanted, especially in developed economies.
In a functioning democracy they are crucial for power to be held to account.
UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres believes the management of national borders ‘cannot be based on any form of discrimination.’
Amnesty International believes these are potentially devastating measures to the human rights of millions at the United States and abroad.
2017 will host various experiments on what experts have touted as ‘the only way to survive in the coming age of automation.’
A Stanford-NYU study found fake news had little real impact on voters and the outcome of the election.