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.
Democrats are planning how to reconcile Senate and House versions of healthcare reform now that both chambers have passed their respective bills.
Santa held up a Tennessee bank at gunpoint informing the teller that he needed to pay his elves.
An attendant to the final high-level negotiations in Copenhagen recalls how China deliberately wrecked the conference’s final outcome.
Boeing’s new aircraft is an ambitious engineering feat that sets new standards for air travel in terms of energy efficiency and design—Airbus, eat your heart out.
The poor face a greater health burden than smokers or the obese according to a new study published in the American Journal of Public Health.
The latest astronauts to reach the International Space Station have kicked off a Space-based Christmas by arriving wearing Santa hats, elf costumes and clutching a Christmas tree.
The Lithuanian government’s intelligence agency assisted the CIA in setting up secret prisons in the region according to a parliamentary panel which met yesterday.
Osama Bin Laden’s closest family is reportedly in hiding in a secret compound in Iran. The group allegedly includes his wife and children who disappeared after the 9/11 attacks.
How much real science is there in James Cameron’s science fiction movie “Avatar”? Quite a bit, says MSNBC’s Charles Choi.