Britain will send $80 million to support the Palestinian Authority, help Gazans through the winter and pay teachers in U.N. schools.
Obama has largely ignored Latin America but economic engagement is still necessary for everybody, writes The New Republic.
Sexually deceptive orchids that give off the odor of female insects trick lustful males into carrying off pollen.
Structural barriers to women’s rights in Iraq are loosening as women increasingly populate the national police force.
Families who have lost income during the recession are planning their finances better and even saving money.
An archeological dig in Nazareth has uncovered the home of “a simple Jewish family” in a neighborhood Jesus may have known.
Researchers who followed Blondie suggest that rock and roll drummers get an aerobic and anaerobic workout just like elite athletes.
Property speculators in China are driving up the price of real estate at a record pace prompting calls for restraint.
There is speculation that Apple will announce its much rumored tablet computer in San Francisco late this January.
The Christmas Day bomber once lived in a $3.2 million apartment while attending a top London university.
The expected repatriation of Yemeni prisoners from Gitmo has been complicated by the Christmas Day bomber who was trained in Yemen.
States with currently expanded Medicaid coverage stand to pay out much more than others under the Senate’s healthcare bill.
Iranian reformists have gathered in Tehran during the Shia celebration of Ashoura to protest the government.
New findings show that maternal behavior encourages the formation of new neural connections in the brain.
A Nigerian man who ignited an explosive aboard a Delta Airlines flight is not believed to have connections with organized terrorism.