Leap Motion’s low-cost gesture-control device is not as easy to use as you might think.
Alain Badiou is one of the most prominent figures in contemporary French philosophy. In his short book Ethics he attempts to show that the principles of modern liberal democracy reinforces an ideology of the status quo because....
This is how Sean Murphy thinks the Boston Bombing suspect should be remembered.
Piers Morgan clearly has no qualms about inviting people on his show who fiercely disagree with him or even attack him personally, and tonight's opening interview with radio host Larry Elder did not disappoint.
Q: He [Snowden] is seeking refuge in Countries with abysmal human rights records... and he even went so far as to say he wanted to congratulate the leaders of Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia and Russia for standing up on this issue and being .....
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Ben Swann.
Well, it has been a great ride. Much has been accomplished at The Daily Bell and I, as founder and chief editor, have decided it is time to allow The Daily Bell to stand as is, as a historical testimony describing our current troubled and ......
Ever since the Edward Snowden story about the NSA spying program erupted, there has been a disturbingly eerie silence from progressives.
This is a fascinating interview with Hannah Arendt. So much of what she says here is very relevant for us today: From witnessing decent people going along with, or even actively supporting, an evil regime, to being attacked for the "tone" (rather tha
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke highlights risks to the Fed’s economic outlook in his prepared testimony to Congress Wednesday.
Many of the layers and subtleties in Orwell’s 1984, though fixed for the sake of fiction, so perfectly reflect the non-fictional world – the impulses of totalitarian institutions and the spirit of individuals – that it has become a near timeless.....
Former president Nelson Mandela retired from any public activity nearly a decade ago. In his absence, South Africa's political, economic and social systems would be unlikely to change dramatically but many in the country are striving to safeguard his
It wasn't until 2007 that the first comprehensive study on people's motivations for having sex was published. Cristen lists the 237 reasons men and women cite for "doin' it" ranging from the desperate and coerced to the celebratory and spiritual.
Ever since computers came about, futurists and science fiction authors have been imagining a world in which thinking machines can best the frail human brain.
As most Americans become fed up with elected officials, economic conditions, scandals, taxes and lack of good paying jobs, finding ways to save money and stay off the grid have become basic ways of survival for most of us. Below is a list of 10....
Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the United States of trapping American intelligence leaker Edward Snowden at a Moscow airport.
The fallout over the not guilty verdict of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin reverberated across the country on Sunday from church pulpits to street protests.
The Edward Snowden affair has turned into something of a global diplomatic third rail: all who touch it get burned.
It's the worst of the worst on At the Movies with Peter Travers as he takes us through the most unappealing movies of 2013 so far.
It’s no secret that the government is doing everything they can to strip away your 2nd amendment rights to own and carry a weapon, but what just happened to a Vet in Texas highlights how idiotic these gun control laws really are.
This morning, Justin Carter, his mother Jennifer, his father Jack, and his two attorneys Chad Van Brunt and Donald Flanary spoke with CNN's Kat Bolduan on News Day.
As we get a breather in the indiscriminate sell-off, I think it is a good time to consider what it is that actually drives the faith of various emerging markets.
When drinking, it can be difficult to accurately describe to anyone else precisely how you are feeling.
Huge Shift as Americans Say Policies Have Gone Too Far
Fifteen hours after acknowledging that an innuendo-filled article is factually false, the Post still has not corrected it
To Washington Post columnist Walter Pincus (7/9/13), something about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden just doesn't smell right.
"I won't stand idly by while our civil liberties are eaten by the NSA surveillance machine," Stone says. "You shouldn't either."
I created a magic trick with a balloon. You stretch out the balloon’s nozzle, rip it off, and then magically reattach it as the balloon deflates.
The U.S. government has a well-established track record of running covert kidnapping and abduction operations in Ecuador to capture anyone they want.
Humanity has come to a defining moment in its 200,000+ year evolution: we are at a place where we either have to give up or we have to stand up.