Kenyan Actress Joins 40 Women In New Rounds Of Assault Allegations

US | Gabrielle Okun

‘I thought he was joking at first’

Kenya Bans Plastic Bags, Establishes $40,000 Penalty For Use

World | Gabrielle Okun
People walk near open sewers in the Kibera slum of Kenya's capital Nairobi February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY) - RTR4RC2E

‘It is a toxin we must get rid of’

Is Barack Obama Trying To One-Up Trump?

Politics | Peter Hasson
Former U.S. President Barack Obama attends a discussion at the German Protestant Kirchentag in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, May 25, 2017. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch - RTX37JKW

Shadow president?

World's First Malaria Vaccine Will Be Out Next Year

Energy | Andrew Follett
Discovering cure. Concentrated young female scientist holding test tube and looking at it while sitting at her working place (Shutterstock/g-stockstudio)

‘It will save hundreds of thousands of lives a year’

NASA Unveils Space Cereal Machine. It Could End Up Feeding The World

Energy | Andrew Follett
An artist's depiction of a team of astronauts performing work on a space station while orbiting above the surface of Mars. Elements of this image furnished by NASA. (Shutterstock/Marc Ward)

It can be used to improve food production in Africa

Who's Paying For This $5 Billion Nuclear Plant In Kenya?

Energy | Andrew Follett
Nuclear reactors at night , cooling tower closeup with steam.(Shutterstock/chuyuss)

The country has a serious problem with Islamic terrorism

Kenyans Place Curse On Obama's Trump-Loving Brother Malik

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
'He is not one of us here because he is eating with the enemy'

Newly Discovered Video Of Obama: 'Saddened Whites Are Still Superior'

Politics | Derek Hunter

‘You learn a lot about the beauty of black people just being around a lot of black people’

Husband Allegedly Cuts Off Wife's Hands For Not Having Children

World | Amber Randall
African immigrants carry machetes before being dispersed by police officers in Johannesburg, April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

‘Threatened to shut her mouth for good’

Monkey Causes A Massive Blackout Across Kenya

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Black face monkey (vervet monkey) in Kenya. Credit: Eduard Kyslynskyy/Shuttershock

‘We regret this isolated incident’

Muslims Shield Christians From Islamic Extremists In Shining Moment Of Defiance

World | Russ Read

Tell gunmen to kill them together or leave them alone

4 Passengers Arrested For Bomb Joke That Caused Emergency Landing Of Air France Plane

World | Jacob Bojesson
A view of an Air France Boeing 777 aircraft that made an emergency landing is pictured at Moi International Airport in Kenya's coastal city of Mombasa

‘Something like a kitchen timer’

There's A Cyber Surveillance Arms Race Raging In The Third World

Tech | Steve Ambrose
Citizen Lab releases a report showing Third World countries using million dollar sypware

Republicans More Likely To Think Cruz Was Born In US Than Obama

Politics | Blake Neff

Most Cruz supporters don’t know he was born in Canada

Kenyan Babies Named 'Air Force One' After Obama's Jet

World | Alexis Gulino

‘I have been told that it is the best aeroplane because it carries a very powerful leader of America who is also a Kenyan’

Kenyan President Publicly Rejects President Obama's Gay Rights Message

Video | Chuck Ross

Calls gay rights a ‘non-issue’

Kenya Newspaper Heralds Obama As 'Son Of The Soil' Ahead Of Visit

World | Erica Wenig
Local newspapers with pictures of US President Barack Obama and with headlines "Welcome Obama" are laid out for sale on July 24, 2015 in Nairobi. US President Obama arrives in his ancestral homeland Kenya later today, with a massive security operation under way to protect him from Al-Qaeda-linked Somali militants. AFP PHOTO / SIMON MAINA (Photo credit should read SIMON MAINA/AFP/Getty Images)

Obama isn’t scheduled to see relatives while in Kenya

Mastermind Behind Massacre Of Kenyan Christians Killed By Drone Strike

World | Erica Wenig
Senior Al Shabaab officer Mohamed Mohamud alias Sheik Dulayadayn addresses a news conference during clashes between Ismalist fighting and Somali government in Somalia's capital Mogadishu this file picture taken on December 23, 2010. The death toll in an assault by Somali militants on a Kenyan university is likely to climb above 147, a government source and media said on April 3, 2015, as anger grew among local residents over what they say was a government failure to prevent bloodshed. Within hours of the attack, Kenya put up a 20 million shillings ($215,000) reward for the arrest of Mohamed Mohamud, a former Garissa teacher labeled "Most Wanted" in a government poster and linked by Kenyan media to two separate al Shabaab attacks in the neighboring Mandera region last year. REUTERS/Feisal Omar/Files - RTR4W1PJ

Responsible for attack at university, killing 147 students