Gunmen stormed a hotel in the Afghan capital this morning killing 12 people, including six UN staff.
The Chamber of Commerce is set to run TV advertising warning against Obama’s proposed healthcare reforms.
A nasty virus has been hitching a lift on Facebook’s password reset confirmation email, posing a risk for users.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has allegedly sent a hidden “f*** you” to one of his critics.
Reported ties between the Afghan president’s brother and the CIA call into question America’s strategy in the region.
Women under 45 who experience migraines with sensory disturbances are twice as likely to suffer strokes, new research has found.
A new book “The Lexicographer’s Dilemma” discusses the rage bad grammar can cause and calls on staunch advocates to chill out.
The Queen of England’s husband made a cringe-worthy gaffe at a reception for British Indians.
What if eating veal was actually more ethical than shunning it?
The Philippines might be headed towards another volcano-typhoon doubleheader, roads are no match for Kilauea and some new images of Chaiten and Shiveluch from NASA.
Here are a few edifying, inspiring, or (alas) infuriating stories that are making the rounds this week: • First up, this truly outstanding piece from Wired on the anti-vaccination movement, An Epidemic of Fear: How Panicked Parents Skipping Shots Endangers Us All. This is what journalism is ...
Most of you should remember Muhammad al-'Awfi's - the former Guantanamo detainee and one time military commander of AQAP - confessions back in March of this year when he alleged that al-Qaeda and the Huthis had an alliance to strike at the Yemeni government. The confessions, as I mentioned at the ...
Banks have some of the largest collections of art. Since the bail out, should the public see an aesthetic return on investment?
A South Korean scientist responsible for the world’s first cloned dog has been convicted of embezzlement and illegal harvesting of human eggs.
The memoirs of Juanita Castro reveal she spied for the US against her brother Fidel in the 1960s.