On Harvard Time went to New Haven to show real tourists around Yale's campus and share some lesser known facts about the safety school's history.
The following graphic was put together by the folks at Promontory Financial and is extremely telling.
"I cannot look at myself in the mirror; everything I have believed in I have had to reject. This environment only makes sense through the prism of trends."
"Juan, fasten your seat belt," Judge Andrew Napolitano warned liberal Juan Williams before he flabbergasted Williams with a lecture on the Constitution.
A newly discovered 4-ton predatory dinosaur dominated Earth long before T-Rex appeared on the scene.
They get shot. Them getting shot puts fear into anyone thinking about playing that game in the future.
Vancouver's doorknob ban is pretty controversial, apparently.
A Cumberland County father didn't want to wait in a long line of traffic to pick his kids up from school. That led to a series of encounters last week at South Cumberland Elementary, and now the dad's facing charges.
Starting Jan.1, 2014, manufacturers will stop making 60- and 40-watt incandescent light bulbs to comply with new federal energy efficiency laws.
And A Video She Created About It Has Gone Viral
Erik Prince, founder of the private defense company Blackwater (then Xi, now Academi), says that the NSA is turning America into North Korea.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has a new blog post addressing the news of his cars catching on fire.
Lindsey Graham challenger - Lee Bright - beautifully takes down MSNBC host on Common Core!
If an all-you-can-eat, all-you-can-drink beach getaway with your honey sounds like your idea of a vacation, then we’ve got some great resort picks for you.
“I stand by what I said there: When people see what’s in the bill, they will like it, and they will,” Pelosi said, in utter defiance of reality. “It took a great deal for us to pass the bill. I said, ‘If we go up to the gate and the gate is locked, w
Carl Icahn, who is currently speaking at the Reuters Global Investment Outlook Summit, just poured cold water over the Fed's 16,000 DJIA EOD price target.
As H.L. Mencken opined, 'The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he l
The Tokyo Electric Power Co. announced it is delaying the relocation of fuel rods from its crippled plant reactors.
Business Insider's Dylan Love had his expectations shattered when he reported on a Nevada brothel and observed that legalized, well-regulated prostitution can be both safe and profitable.
Dr. Hugh Herr's work developing robotic prosthetics is transforming the disability industry. He shared a clip of one woman's reaction to his revolutionary product, BIOMs, at Ignition 2013.
I saw your blog's recent article about expatriating to Panama, and thought I would throw in my own 2 cents worth regarding relocation to the Philippines.
If there's one person you'd expect to have an electric car, it's Venkat Srinivasan. He's in charge of battery research at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California.
Peoples’ lives were upended and communities devastated in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
What happens when you get an entire audience to stand up and connect with one another? Chaos, that's what. At least, that's what happened when Jane McGonigal tried to teach TED to play her favorite game. Then again, when the game is "massively multip
It is natural for a society to search for explanations and motivations in the wake of a man-made tragedy.
2 of the the best journalists we have hanging out, talking, and enjoying themselves.
Math is logical, functional and just ... awesome. Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin explores hidden properties of that weird and wonderful set of numbers, the Fibonacci series. (And reminds you that mathematics can be inspiring, too!)
Dinesh D'Souza & Michael Shermer in debate at Oregon State University. Questions from the student body regarding Universal Health Care / ObamaCare. The answers were quite well presented and the student body seemed to agree.
Some common sense from good ol' XKCD.
You know that prepping has gone mainstream when the popular financial magazine Fortune has a positive write-up about the wisdom of being ready for whatever may come.