A couple who gatecrashed a White House state dinner – and boasted about it on Facebook- have sparked an urgent investigation into the US Secret Service’s security procedures.
If we take another look at the space/time spectrum could we come up with a theory of quantum gravity?
A Chinese oil firm has signed an MOU with its Iranian partners to invest $6.5bn in Iranian oil refinery construction in Iran.
The trade of human beings in sex trafficking is an American problem too says Bridgette Carr the director of Michigan University’s Human Trafficking Clinic.
The CIA’s “Magic Manual”, a book on trickery and misdirection written by magician John Mulholland, has magically reappeared.
A German banker has been hailed as “Die Robin Hood Bankerin” after she transferred money from rich accounts to help the poor.
Residents of an Australian community have been overrun by an invasion of thousands of camels – and many people are scared to leave their homes.
The death toll of the massacre of journalists and politicians in southern Philippines has hit 52 after investigators discovered another six bodies.
If you mix salt water with fresh water you create instant carbon-neutral energy – the process is called osmotic power and the world’s first osmotic power plant has just opened.
Stanford scholars are considering the legal implications of using robots – with issues extending beyond personal injury and property damage to criminal and civil rights.
Why do people resist going to the doctor? A writer recently diagnosed with cancer explores an ingrained reluctance to self preserve.
The UK government knew that the Bush administration wanted to tackle Saddam Hussein years before the invasion of Iraq, but knew it was “unlawful.”
Google has apologized for a racially offensive picture of Michelle Obama that appears when users search for images of the first lady.
Wikileaks is today releasing over half a million US national text pager intercepts from the 24 hour period surrounding the September 11, 2001 attacks.
The Large Hadron Collider has suddenly burst into life and started smashing proton beams together for the first time.