Why Starbucks is now on Hong Kong protesters’ business boycott list

The coffee chain's local franchise owner has close China ties.

Indians have been penny-pinching for a Diwali in the time of economic slowdown

White goods are on the online shopping list.

Children, not career: Millennials in Delhi have their priorities clear

Owning a big house or a car was a priority for less than 2% of those surveyed.

This chilling video from Sandy Hook Promise shows how gun violence is destroying childhood in Americ

The US is the mass shooting capital of the world

Will Americans pay $200 to watch the US lose the Rugby World Cup?

You can watch rugby's premier tournament in the US this year—if you're willing to fork out a lot for it.

A controversial climate plan to restore a safe atmosphere debuts at the UN

Scientists are edging into territory once considered fringe.

New SNL member Chloe Fineman’s impressions are the best things on Instagram

Chloe Fineman's works are both hilarious mimicry and fascinating studies of the famous people she's parodying.

The global demand for palm oil is driving the fires in Indonesia

Palm oil is in your infant formula, chips, and shampoo. Developers are lighting forests on fire to produce more of it.

US immigrant detention centers are so crowded Border Patrol is running out of storage space

Border Patrol says it urgently needs more space to store the goods required to support the tens of thousands of migrants it detains.

If Israelis have the right of return, we should extend that right to all native people

Western colonialists are giving themselves a right that they don’t give to the communities they displaced.

Ola’s electric mobility dreams get real

The ride hailing giant is trying to revolutionize electric vehicles in India by building out a whole ecosystem, not just cars.

Nobody wants a used electric vehicle in China, unless it’s a Tesla

"Except for a Tesla, we won't take any other pure battery car."