Experiments using levitating magnets at MIT mimic the earth's magnetic fields and make clearer the possibility of energy through fusion.
It is thought that J.D. Salinger has written as many as ten unpublished novels that now, with his passing, may eventually see the light of day.
After the withdrawal of two State Representatives, the first-ever tea party convention is facing some infighting over how to organize the event.
TV commercials relating to abortion and a gay dating website that have been scheduled to appear during the Super Bowl are causing CBS to navigate an ideological mine field.
The Obama Administration is moving to put missile defense technology in Persian Gulf countries to deter Iran, a move that will require the presence of more U.S. troops in the region.
New solar cells that mimic photosynthesis are reaching the marketplace and being put in unusual places in order to recharge electrical devices like cell phones.
Some of the Indian Independence leader Mahatma Gandhi's ashes have been scattered into the ocean off the coast of South Africa 62 years after his death.
Consumers and manufacturers helped the GDP grow nearly six percent last quarter, the highest growth rate in as many years.
The New Republic is one of many liberal publications criticizing Rahm Emanuel’s plan to put Obama’s economic agenda before passing healthcare reform.
Falling levels of water vapor in the stratosphere may be slowing the effects of global warming as part of a natural earth cycle.
The first genetically modified forest has been planted by timber companies in the southeast replacing native pine with eucalyptus.
The historical commission of California voted to protect space-trash that Apollo 11 left behind on the moon as a State treasure since it was produced by Californian companies.
After recalling 2.3 million cars in the U.S., Toyota is extending its recalls to Europe where another 1.8 million cars will be recalled.
An anti-abortionist activist was convicted in Kansas of murdering a doctor in the first degree who performed abortions.
Facing a government inquiry over the Iraq War, former English P.M. Tony Blair said that the British should feel a sense of pride about the war.