Our belief in the supernatural creatures can be traced back to a time in which our understanding of medicine wasn't all that great.
The Netherlands opened a 3-D printed concrete bridge for cyclists that uses less concrete - and cement - than traditional methods.
The country's faced U.N. sanctions since 2006, and it's unclear if the latest measures will slow down its nuclear program.
Negotiations are taking longer than expected between the U.K. and the European Union.
The ride-hailing company says it will shut down Oct. 14 in the Canadian province of Quebec if the government there doesn't change its new regulations.
The city's transport authority has a few problems with the way Uber operates.
Iceland's government collapsed after it came to light the prime minister's father endorsed a letter of recommendation for a convicted pedophile.
Catalonia's Parliament passed a measure to let its citizens vote on whether to seek independence.
A study published in The Lancet projects 150,000 Europeans could die every year from heat waves brought on by climate change.
Scientists say many extremely poor people are stuck in a "poverty trap" because of the fiscal and medical consequences of disease.
European countries are breaking renewable energy records, but experts are worried countries didn't use proper planning for where they built turbines.
MTR Express, a railway company in Sweden, let the public vote to name some of its new trains.