The first Blue Moon in 19 years will usher in the New Year imbuing an already crazy night with more superstitions.
A group created by the DNC is recommending the removal of superdelegates to better reflect the popular vote in presidential races.
Former Homeland Security secretary Michael Chertoff says the U.S. has grown complacent about airport security.
A controversial full-body scan that examines private areas is scheduled to be used increasingly across U.S. airports including O’Hare.
President Obama will establish a new federal agency to create new classification procedure and declassify some 400 million pages of government documents.
The Obama Administration is gearing up to support immigration reform that improves border security and provides a path to citizenship.
New research suggests that scrambled connections in brain regions that process fear and emotions are to blame for anxiety disorders.
A complex algorithm ensuring eighty percent of cell phone calls are kept private has been hacked by a 28 year-old German who says he acted in good faith.
The U.K. is putting up $2 million to fund paid theater internships for young adults in order to develop the country’s cultural ambitions.
The Republican strategy to run on repealing healthcare legislation in the 2010 midterms will surely backfire, writes the New Republic.
An Illinois physics professor helped the Secret Service to break up a ring of businesses making huge profits by selling fake diplomas.
The Japanese have created a robotic hummingbird that weighs two and a half grams and flaps its wings 30 times per second.
Two members of the Al Qaeda group claiming responsibility for the attempted Christmas Day bombing were released from Gitmo in 2007.
The White House decries newly proposed settlements in East Jerusalem which Israel says are not covered by its proposed construction moratorium.
China executed a British citizen early this morning for smuggling heroin despite claims the man was severely mentally ill.