Spider-Man is staying in the MCU. Sony and Disney reached a deal for a third Spider-Man movie. The two companies agreed to co-produce the movie, ending a dispute that clouded the future of one of the industry’s biggest franchises.
We’re getting closer to knowing exactly what a black hole looks like. This week, NASA released a new visualization of a black hole. The image shows how much a black hole’s gravity distorts our view of the light it emits.
Pack your bags for Saudi Arabia. The country is opening up visa applications to 49 countries, and foreign women will no longer be required to wear traditional clothing while visiting.
Electric tuk-tuks are coming to Thailand. A startup, an investor and the Thai government are working together to test out self-driving, electric tuk-tuks in Thailand.
Mattel launched a line of gender-neutral dolls. The company that made Barbie worked with kids, parents and physicians to develop a new line of gender-neutral dolls.
Greta Thunberg won a Right Livelihood Award. The 16-year-old climate activist was recognized for inspiring young activists and amplifying the conversation about climate change.
This organization wants to diversify aviation. Black women make up less than 1% of the total professional pilot population in the U.S. We talked to the ladies behind “Sisters of the Skies,” an organization committed to increasing representation in the air travel.
Prince Harry honored his late mother with a minefield walk. Prince Harry is following in the footsteps of his late mother, Princess Diana, whose walk through an active minefield in Angola helped lead to a global ban on the deadly weapons.
India might say goodbye to single-use plastic. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Michael Bloomberg that India is going to announce a “very large campaign to end the use of single-use plastics.”
Hillary Clinton praised Greta Thunberg. In a speech at Georgetown University, Hillary Clinton said that she is grateful for Greta’s activism that is inspiring young people.