There is a legal vacuum when it comes to robot interaction with humans so ethicist and scientists weigh in as robotics technology speeds up.
Prolonged debate over Iraqi election law will likely delay the Parliamentary election constitutionally required in January until the end of February.
The Los Angeles diocese of the Episcopalian Church has elected an active lesbian as assistant bishop further dividing the American Anglican congregation.
CIA Secretary Robert Gates admitted that the government has not received credible information concerning Bin Laden’s whereabouts in several years.
Senate Democrats are holding weekend meetings with Obama to eye a public health option that mirrors their own government healthcare package.
The Environmental Protection Agency is set this week to declare carbon dioxide a public danger giving the government legal authority to regulate CO2 emissions.
Scientists believe that plants like the tomato may have discreet methods to trap small invertebrates for nutrition.
A student at the U of Delaware stumbled on a personal letter written by Thomas Jefferson praising a lesser-known delegate to the Constitutional Convention.
Take back Gore’s Oscar, say two Motion Picture Academy members in light of Climate-gate emails indicating undue influence on climate data.
Bolivia’s incumbent president, Evo Morales, is expected to win reelection after nationalizing oil and gas industries and fighting indigenous poverty.
Obama has committed to sending 30,000 additional troops to Afghanistan where the Defense Department estimates there are only 100 Al-Qaeda fighters.
A new study fails to find correlation between increased cell phone use and instances of brain tumors in a Scandinavian sample.
As its newsroom continues to shrink, the New York Times is open to cutting some of its over 60 blogs out of web circulation.
As an artist who famously dubbed his studio the Factory, deciding whether a newfound Warhol piece is authentic or fake is turning vitriolic.
Apple’s purchase of the online music streamer LaLa signals the first major change to the iTunes platform since it revolutionized the music market.