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Embattled Embu Governor, Martin Wambora, breaks into a dance after Court of Appeal upheld his reinstatement.
An elderly man almost put the CORD rally at Kinango market to a standstill after he approached the Opposition leader Raila Odinga and started whipping him. Watch.
Are you the type of person no one wants to date? This is why.
New research has found that the preference men have for reproducing with younger women is actually what has led to menopause in older women.
Liberia ambulance staff face shortages, resistance of patients to move Ebola sick to clinics.
The old adage of women falling for the bad boy still applies. Why?
Women like things that belong to others. Why?
Iranian-born mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani has became the first woman to be awarded the Fields Medal, mathematics' equivalent to the Nobel Prize.
The International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA) hailed Professor Ruth Khasaya Oniang'o, for her influence on the development of nutrition training and agricultural research and development throughout Africa.
Advances in genetic sequencing are giving rise to a new era of scientific racism, despite decades of efforts to reverse attitudes used to justify the slave trade and Nazi theology.
He leaves the toilet seat up, prefers old Japanese monster movies to romantic comedies and fancies mixed martial arts over ballet.
Researchers have uncovered a way for computers to recognise complex facial expressions, in what is being hailed as a breakthrough in the field of cognitive analysis.
A handshake can tell a lot about a person. Researchers say the strength of someone's grip may reveal how fast they're aging, their education level and even their future health.
One hundred people are about to share their live bodies for science as part of an unprecedented new study that will examine how to improve personal health.
US scientists have showed off tiny robots that can tackle tasks much like real-life termites, working collectively to build structures without following orders from a boss.
A brief course of brain exercises has helped older adults hold on to improvements in reasoning skills and processing speed for 10 years after the course ended.
A scientist has published a guide to help authorities limit deaths from fallout after a city is hit by a nuclear bomb.
A team of nuclear scientists in Japan plans to create a controlled reactor meltdown in a bid to learn how to deal with future disasters like that at Fukushima.
Humans are crazy for Facebook, but research suggests that primates have been relying on the face to tell friends from competitors for the last 50 million years.
A study indicates that doctors seldom tell patients about the possible harms of getting screened for cancer.
Researchers said they have discovered a promising new approach to combating deadly human viruses, which could help create vaccines against deadly infections such as HIV, hepatitis C and dengue.
British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline will seek marketing approval for the world's first malaria vaccine next year for a shot which significantly cuts cases of the disease.
The Nobel Prize in Physics should also have gone to the Cern laboratory in Switzerland, a member of the awarding committee has said.
Three US-based scientists have won the Nobel medicine prize for plotting how vital materials such as hormones and brain chemicals are transported within cells and secreted to act on the body.
Drug maker GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) said it hoped to get the green light for a prototype vaccine against malaria after trials showed it offered children a partial shield against the disease.
People who spend a lot of time on health related social networking sites are more likely to abstain from smoking with success, research shows.
At least 15 countries give husbands the power to prevent their wives from working, the World Bank said in a report on gender equality in business.
Research shows some people actually feel emotionally better when they see someone else suffering and will go out of their way to make someone else suffer.
Six tonnes of seeds of a new disease-resistant wheat will be distributed to farmers for the next planting season.
Five US institutions will share parts of a rare meteorite that exploded in a fireball over California in 2012, The Field Museum has said.
A US study has found that pregnant women who take drugs to speed up their labour may have a higher risk of bearing children with autism.
Six researchers have spent the past four months living in a small dome on a barren Hawaii lava field, trying to figure out what foods astronauts might eat on Mars.
A corner of west London will see culinary and scientific history made today when scientists cook and serve up the world's first lab-grown beef burger.
New Swedish research has shown that there is little or no relation between how much sleep people get at night and how fatigued they feel.
Researchers have said that people really do have a hard time getting a good night's sleep when the moon is full, even when they can't see it.
Computer geeks already knew it was possible to hack into a car’s computerized systems and potentially alter some electronic control functions.
A US company that has promoted its stem cell discovery in partnership with the Vatican has come under fresh scrutiny by independent scientists who say the cells do not exist.
Skipping breakfast raises risk of heart attacks 27%, a new study suggests
Although smoking is one of the major causes of lung cancer, non-smokers are often diagnosed with the disease as well.
People who have a weakness for sweet foods may also have a fondness for alcohol, as research shows both preferences show up in the brain's reward centre.
People who are constantly checking their smartphones have been shown to be less active and have poor fitness, a study shows.
A US professor who developed a laser to study melanoma has discovered a new use for it.
Scientists have finely sliced a human brain into 7 400 wafer-thin sheets and then reconstructed it to create the world's most detailed map of the brain in three dimensions.
Researchers said they have discovered an intriguing clue that could help solve a long-standing mystery about how dust particles form planets.
NASA engineers are working on a proposed mission to lasso a small asteroid and drag it closer to Earth for astronauts to explore.
Most of the 45 mice sent into space to find out how well organisms can withstand extended flights, have died, Russian researchers say.
"It was love at first sight," "It's inner beauty that truly matters," and "Opposites attract”. But what's really at work in selecting a mate?
The taste of beer, even without any effect from alcohol, triggers a key reward chemical in the brain, according to a new study.
Google is now doing a record billion translations on any given day, as much text as you'd find in 1 million books.
Our emotional responses to the stresses of daily life may predict our long-term mental health, according to a new study.
A group of students from around the world has produced a concept car which will premiere at the 83rd Geneva motor show.
Despite numerous studies using mobile health, there is insufficient evidence to inform the widespread implementation and scale-up of this technology.
Very early exposure to certain components of air pollution can increase the risk of developing a cockroach allergy by age 7.
A new scientific endeavor hopes to unravel some of the mysteries surrounding the human brain by creating a highly detailed simulation of it.
Researchers hope that people will do some research about where to get a tattoo, after a study found a link between body art and hepatitis C.
Witnessing friends' vacations, love lives and work successes on Facebook can cause envy and trigger feelings of misery and loneliness.
Having pots of money doesn't necessarily make you happy, but giving away money - even if you're not rich - makes you feel wealthier and happier.
Othaya Member of Parliament, Mary Wambui has said she will accompany President Uhuru Kenyatta to the Hague based International Criminal Court (ICC). Read more...
Kakamega County Governor, Wycliffe Oparanya has been summoned to appear before the Senate's County Public Accounts and Investment committee in person to respond to audit queries. Read more...
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Iranians accused of being in the country illegally sentenced to two years in jail or KES 2 million fine. Read more...
A top Nigerian artiste will perform in Nairobi in the coming days. Read more...
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Council of Governors chairman Isaac Ruto says excessive powers for Members of County Assemblies will lead to crisis at County level. Read more...
All candidates shortlisted for the position of the CEO of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commision IEBC have masters degrees. Read more...
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Airtel Kenya will be exhibiting its products and services at this year’s Nairobi International Trade Fair. Read more...
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