Liberal cynicism about healthcare parallels the feelings of political indifference that elected George Bush, writes The New Republic.
New research silences skeptics who thought it was impossible for Santa to deliver gifts to everyone in a single night.
New research suggests that small changes in rock stress along the San Andreas Fault could trigger an earthquake—the earthquake.
A Chinese academic who helped write a document advocating political liberalization has been sentenced to 11 years in jail.
A Nevada man gamed the CIA during the Bush years claiming he could decode hidden messages in Al-Jazeera broadcasts.
A woman dressed in a red jumper leapt over guardrails in Rome to tackle the Pope during the Christmas Mass procession.
A tree in southern California is thought be 13,000 years old making it the oldest living organism on the planet.
The European music platform that allows users to stream volumes and volumes of music for free is on its way to America.
Most people already rue the 2000s compared to past decades but are very optimistic about the one to come.
President Obama says that saving the financial system has been his greatest accomplishment one year into his first term in office.
Scientists have predicted how far different ecosystems will have to move annually to keep pace with shifting temperature zones.
America will begin drafting plans to sanction Iran through the U.N. Security Council in January with the support of Russia and China.
Iran will launch its new national satellite called Omid (Hope) using rocketry that could carry a nuclear warhead.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is considering selling pieces of its art collection to UK national museums after receiving $73 billion in bailout funds.
Another suicide attack in Peshwar indicates that the real battle over extreme Islam is taking place in Pakistan—not Afghanistan.