The show looks at the ways in which we memorialize and how we preserve collective memory
The hospital's new Mother and Child Infectious Diseases Centre (CIME) will follow mom and baby from pregnancy through the child's first 18 months, bringing together all of the hospital's experts in a single multidisciplinary team.
Damaging winds, large hail and locally intense rainfall are possible, according to Environment Canada.
Federal safety officials in the U.S. blame two Air Canada pilots for coming within three to six metres of crashing their jetliner into a plane on the ground last year in San Francisco.
Ji Chaoqun is accused of trying to recruit engineers and scientists on behalf of a Chinese official.
Samsung has set up the world's largest phone factory in the Indian city of Noida.
With male candidates outnumbering females by almost two to one at next month's Tasmanian local government elections, one young hopeful says she nominated because she was sick of "old, boring men making decisions about things they don't understand or care...
Shock waves from bombing raids on Germany during the Second World War were powerful enough to alter the atmosphere at the edge of space, scientists have discovered.
Los Angeles Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani will undergo Tommy John surgery next week, the team announced Tuesday. Dr. Neal ElAttrache will perform the operation in Los Angeles.
Actor Will Smith took a bungee jump into the Grand Canyon on Tuesday to mark his 50th birthday and raise money for a global education campaign.
A hospital operator now owned by Community Health Systems Inc will pay more than $260 million to resolve claims it defrauded government healthcare programs and paid doctors kickbacks for patient referrals, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday.
CBS Corp on Tuesday named Richard Parsons, a former Time Warner Inc chief executive, as interim chairman of its board as the company renews its push to merge with Viacom Inc.