Interview with Jim Rogers covering: Why oil prices could fall to $40 a barrel, Investment opportunities with the renewable energy sector, Why we should let Greece fail
Prepare the fireworks: The discovery of the Higgs boson is finally here. Early in the morning on July 4, physicists with the Large Hadron Collider at CERN announced they have found a new particle that behaves similarly to what is expected from the Hi
Evidence has mounted in recent years that some dinosaurs gained feathers on their way to evolving into birds. But a new study suggests feathered dinosaurs were more prevalent.
An Al Jazeera report argues that's likely, sparking a renewed flurry of speculation about how the Palestinian leader died.
Peru’s government declared a state of emergency in three provinces after three people died and at least 21 suffered injuries Tuesday in a violent protest against a US-owned gold mining project that is the South American nation’s biggest investment.
For weeks the sky over Mexico City has kept its inhabitants guessing – one moment it has been azure and sunny; the next an ominous grey vault of clouds belly full with rain.
China has deployed four patrol ships to a disputed area of the South China Sea, state media said Sunday, amid a deepening row with Vietnam over competing territorial claims.
Israeli military police have arrested 15 people, most of them soldiers, accused of helping smuggle drugs from Egypt’s Sinai peninsula across the southern Israeli border, the army said on Monday.
Leftist South American leaders step up criticism of new government as deposed president brands it "illegitimate".
The US Gulf Coast braced Sunday for a hit from Tropical Storm Debby, as it pounded parts of the coast with strong winds and heavy rain, forecasters said.
Germany has decided to pursue ambitious greenhouse-gas reductions—while closing down its nuclear plants. Can a heavily industrialized country power its economy with wind turbines and solar panels?
Ecuador has signalled that it is in no hurry to decide whether or not to give Julian Assange asylum after it today emerged that their ambassador to London has flown home for talks on the fate of the WikiLeaks founder.
Election regulators named Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood the winner of Egypt’s first competitive presidential elections, handing the Islamist group a symbolic triumph and a new weapon in its struggle for power with the ruling military counci
Good news for the 'Military-Industrial Complex', isn't it?
Regulators in several jurisdictions continue to romanticize the security and accuracy of face, fingerprint, and iris automatic recognition biometric technologies. But the existence of a significant amount of falsified biometric identification documen
Some of the largest banking institutions have been downgraded by Moody's once again, but what does it mean for them?
Egypt was on edge Thursday after the Muslim Brotherhood declared an open-ended protest and warned of “confrontation” unless their candidate is named new president to succeed toppled dictator Hosni Mubarak.
In Peru an archaeological museum shows that our fascination with sex is far from a modern phenomenon. One third of the exhibition space at Museo Larco in Lima is devoted to showcasing the world's largest collection of ancient erotic artifacts, an asp
Four people have been taken hostage in a bank in the southern French city of Toulouse by a man claiming to be linked to al-Qaeda, police say.
Conflicting reports on Tuesday evening reported that ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was either dead or simply 'unconscious' after his heart stopped beating after he suffered a stroke in prison.
Wow the courts around the world sure have been busy this week and the past one. First Egypt’s court dissolved the parliament there and then Pakistan’s Supreme Court kicked out it’s Prime Minister. Now the Constitutional Court of Germany has rule
The world’s tallest building took five years to reach its 828-meter height, but a Chinese company wants to leave it in the dust. Broad Sustainable Building, which already built a hotel in two weeks, aims to erect the Sky City within three months
Former President Hosni Mubarak’s health deteriorated rapidly and he was rushed to a military hospital on Tuesday, adding to the uncertainty gripping the nation as the ousted strongman’s longtime opponents, the Muslim Brotherhood, battled his onetime
In the same way humans might be tempted to binge on some junk food when they're under stress, grasshoppers head for the carbohydrate-rich foods when they get scared.
Walgreens, already the largest drug retailing chain in the US, is to expand into the global marketplace with the takeover of Alliance Boots in the UK.
An Indian father cut off his daughter’s head and paraded it around his village after becoming enraged over her relationships with men, police in the western state of Rajasthan said Tuesday.
As global energy supplies come under increasing attack by non-state actors and private energy holdings become key targets of political maneuverings and criminal activities, Oilprice.com discusses the nature of the growing threat and how to reverse th
Criticism of Latin America’s radical governments has become common currency among much of the international left. While none have been exempt, Ecuador’s government of President Rafael Correa has been a key target.
Greek voters gave a narrow victory in parliamentary elections to a party that had supported a bailout for the country’s failed economy. The vote was widely seen as a last chance for Greece to remain in the euro zone,
Egypt’s military leaders issued a constitutional decree that gave the armed forces sweeping powers and degraded the presidency to a subservient role, as ballots in the presidential runoff showed the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate in the lead.