The Gamburtsev mountain range, buried beneath a kilometre of ice, has been mapped for the first time by an international team of experts.
The US Senate has narrowly voted to hold a full debate on a landmark bill designed to overhaul the country's healthcare.
Three men have been charged by the feds for a 2008 stunt that replaced cable giant Comcast’s homepage with a message to other hackers – costing the company an over $128,000.
A law banning gay marriage in Texas has effectively banned all marriage according to the Democratic attorney general candidate.
The sun will set on the Oprah Winfrey Show – one of America’s most popular TV shows – in September 2011 after two decades on the airwaves.
New research has revealed how the extinction of mammoths and mastodons changed the landscape of the earth.
A dancer with epilepsy has stopped taking her medication and is hoping to have a seizure on stage to raise awareness about “an invisible disability.”
A gang have been arrested on suspicion of killing people and selling their fat on the black market.
Permission to use embryonic stem cells has been requested by scientists developing a cure for blindness.
Harvard is the latest US University to take up the fictional wizard-sport Quidditch which features in the Harry Potter books.
Senator John Kerry’s daughter was arrested yesterday in Las Angeles on suspicion of driving while under the influence.
Detainees transferred by Canadians to Afghan prisons are “likely to have been tortured by Afghan officials” a former senior Canadian diplomat has claimed.
Last night a fireball lit up parts of the Utah sky– and the phenomenon, which saw the dead of night as bright as day, was captured on CCTV.
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin called the hacking of her Yahoo e-mail account the “most disruptive and discouraging” incident in her campaign.
A service by North Pole dwellers to answer letters addressed to Santa has been suspended after a sex offender was recognized as a volunteer.