Ten people are hospitalized as a "precaution" as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention studies the cause of the illness.
The Center for Advanced Defense Studies offers evidence that war profiteers, terror financiers and drug traffickers sanctioned by the U.S. in recent years have used the emirate's real-estate market to shelter their assets.
The detentions of at least 10 women's rights activists—seven women and three men—are seen as a culmination of a steady crackdown on perceived critics of the government.
There is news on the solar energy front, with the price of panels and installation falling rapidly and popular adoption for novel purposes on the increase.
When I was visiting abroad recently, my non-American friends were quite candid with me: They see my country as increasingly intolerant, violent and inhospitable.
The stakes are high for the Paris climate summit next month, and hundreds of thousands of people are expected in the streets to demand a meaningful agreement to tackle the global crisis.
A coalition of artists and writers has been instrumental in raising awareness of the mind-boggling exploitation of laborers who support some of the richest people on the planet.
The city has a dark underbelly that includes harsh treatment of its immigrant labor force and an intolerance for criticism.
A Norwegian woman who was sentenced to prison in Dubai after she reported to police that she had been raped while on a business trip there this spring has been freed.
On Friday, President Obama announced that he'd been told Thursday night about two suspicious packages heading to the U.S. from Yemen that turned out to contain explosives and represented a terrorist threat.