On Euston Road in London, about seven miles from where Oscar Pistorius will run in the Olympics atop legs of carbon fiber, is the Wellcome Collection, home to an array of science-based exhibits reflecting the influences of art, history and other aspe
Many users' perceptions are at odds with the realities, researchers show.
Daphne Koller is enticing top universities to put their most intriguing courses online for free -- not just as a service, but as a way to research how people learn.
Nike is not an Olympic sponsor this year but that hasn't stopped it from borrowing interest in what it takes to compete in the games.
There are many opportunities for us to say "told you so," as the 2000s wind on. We've been "on the money" about gold and silver going up, about the establishment of an Islamic crescent arc in the Middle East and generally about the elite's phony scar
Nearly 100 percent of elite competitive swimmers pee in the pool. Regularly. Some deny it, some proudly embrace it, but everyone does.
The 73-year-old retired store owner from rural Michigan who still prefers paper to computers occasionally played Pick-3s and Pick-4s, and even more rarely instant games or scratch-offs.
David Icke - Obama and the Agenda to Destroy America ...
Second Gas Mask Found At Far Corner: It's worse than I suspected
“He talks Zionism” used to be a very derogatory comment when I was young. It meant that some elderly functionary had come to waste our time with a boring speech consisting largely of empty phrases.
The West's real target here is not Assad's brutal regime but his ally, Iran, and its chemical weapons
More than 65,000 people filled Cowboys Stadium to see one of the most polarizing figures in America: conservative radio host Glenn Beck.
Enthusiasm is compulsory only in totalitarian dictatorships. Anywhere else, we are free to be keen if we want to, and bored if we want to.
The plot thickens on the Aurora shootings as all of us here expected that it would. There were just too many screaming loose ends. Dan the military officer and mom the socialite are just two.
Since 1928, only Dwight Eisenhower and George W. Bush have won the presidency while capturing both houses of Congress for the GOP.
The evidence is clear: Massacres are stopped by legally armed citizens
The majority of today's millionaires are self-made and weren't born into their wealth, new research shows.
Dennis Kucinich in support of HR 459
In American culture, public schools are praised in public and criticized in private, which is roughly the opposite of how we tend to treat large-scale enterprises like Walmart.
A recent article by The Washington Post by Juan Forero entitled Latin America’s new authoritarians is just the latest example of how the imperialist’s media machine is relentlessly engaged in media warfare against sovereign nations in the South.
Jim Geraghty sums up the "Anglo-Saxon" controversy best. Not only do Romney's most important foreign-policy advisers come from a huge range of backgrounds, many distinctly non-WASP, but …
Consider the following sequence of events: Mitt Romney announces a trip overseas that includes Israel, where the president has declined to go.
The fatal police shooting of an unarmed, fleeing suspect has roiled the city's Latino population. Officials need to look closely at the root causes of the anger.
Dangers of misapplied force – nine cases bust the myth!
Two days ago I asked the commonsense question, "Why didn't anyone fight back against James Holmes, the shooter who shot so many people in the Batman movie theater?"
Harry Dent, the financial newsletter writer and CEO of economic forecasting firm HS Dent, has one of the most bearish calls on stocks we've heard in a while.
Ice-T: Well, I'll give up my gun when everybody does. Doesn't that make sense? If there were guns here, would you want to be the only person without one?
Nobel prize winning economist Paul Krugman has argued that the government should ramp up deficit spending in order to avoid a full-on depression.
David Bianco, the bullish equity strategist over at Deutsche Bank, continues to be cautious in the near-term.