In honor of International Women's Day, we salute the women who teach and inspire us every day.
With the help of nonprofit Innovation: Africa, 12-year-old Lital and Maytar Greenfield learn life lessons helping women and children in rural Uganda.
We decided to help the superstar channel her inner veg. Maybe it'll give you some ideas, too.
MyHeritage's Tribal Quest project chronicles the Achuar people's rich family histories as their future hangs in the balance.
Sabra founder Yehuda Pearl may have just invented the world's most eco-friendly piece of plastic.
Aid will include an airplane and a team of pilots to fight the blazes threatening the coveted rainforest.
Michigan businessman donates innovative device to local church, where it is providing drinking water to 500 people a day.
The aircraft — dubbed Alice – can hold about 10 people and operates entirely on battery power.
The co-founder of ECOncrete tells us how she's already doubled the amount of species in Brooklyn and beyond.
It's called 'Algalafel,' and its inventors – a group of students – just won a major award for it.
A new startup is just the latest Israeli firm attempting to reinvent the auto industry.
Having survived the Chernobyl disaster, Inna Braverman set her sights on reinventing the energy industry.
Israel's rhino herd is the largest of 78 participating zoos in Europe.
She made a documentary about factory farms and told us about it while eating painfully spicy wings.
Where's the beef? Not at WeWork, that's for sure.