If there is one place that transforms wastewater from trouble-maker to life-saver it’s the site of Las Arenitas sewage treatment plant in the Mexican state of Baja California.
"The world isn't without good people," declares this heartwarming YouTube video. Do you agree?
In the fall of 1972, then-President Richard Nixon signed the Marine Mammal Protection Act, providing sweeping protections for whales, dolphins, seals and other species swimming in U.S. waters....
Doctor Who returns this weekend, bringing along his latest companion, his newest enemies, and his longstanding belief that intellect and romance can overcome brute force and cynicism.
Hereâ€™s a great story. Mark and Cindy Hill, from Dearborn, Missouri, recently won a quarter billion dollar lottery payout.
Another pro-second amendment story you will never see on the major news networks
US filmmaker and long-time Hugo Chavez supporter Oliver Stone hailed the late Venezuelan leader as a “great hero” on Tuesday, saying he will “live forever in history.”
We speak from experience when we say that translating the jargon-filled, mind-numbing world of personal finance into readable, engaging material for young people is no simple task.
As seen at the top of Reddit this morning, a mesmerizing video of bricks being made by hand.
A Japanese city devastated by the 2011 tsunami disaster remains mystified more than two weeks after receiving anonymous gifts of gold bars worth over $300,000.
As drones make their way into surveying the home land, some states are taking measures to push back against these intrusive devices. Florida is one of them.
As marijuana becomes legal in Colorado and Washington State, one of America's more tropical locales might be looking to do the same.
When their blind eight-year-old dog went missing from their remote Alaskan home in a heavy snowstorm, the Grapengeter family felt sure they'd never see her again.
It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader
Despite the fact that there are innumerable genuine crises and real economic problems all over the world.
New Hampshire’s new governor, who is open to legalizing medical marijuana, may lead to the state joining the rest of New England in legalizing the drug.
The Tokelau islands are the first nation to be run completely on solar power, they announced on November 5.
Uruguay Introduces Marijuana Legalization Bill; Poised to Become First Country in the World to End Marijuana Prohibition
India has launched a new version of its ultra-low-cost tablet computer with a quicker processor and an improved battery, on sale to students at the subsidised price of $20.
The mayor of Talkeetna has reigned over the town since he was a kitten. When the people decided that their human candidates were not up to par, they elected Stubbs to be their mayor, meaning that there are at least two people who lost a race to a cat
I was deeply honored to receive the Gary Schlarbaum Prize this past week. It was presented to me – as a "lifetime achievement award" – at the Ludwig von Mises Institute’s "Supporters’ Summit 2012" in Georgia.
...since the mainstream media, for the most part, does absolutely nothing to truly inform the American citizenry regarding the incessant assaults against their liberties from the miscreants inside the Beltway, it is left to independent journalists an
A bold experiment by the One Laptop Per Child organization has shown “encouraging” results.
13-year-old Talia Joy Castellano of Orlando has had a tough past six years.
SEATTLE - The 5-11 Campaign, a public awareness watchdog on national identity schemes and data surveillance, will resume effort to campaign against public interest threats posed by White House Initiative National Strategy for Trusted Identity in Cybe
A burst of youthful energy – from native Detroiters and new immigrants – debunks the opinion that nothing can be done to jumpstart the Motor City.
As the ever-growing giant flotilla of floating refuse known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch will show us, we shouldn't be putting plastic waste in our waterways. A new project, however, is aimed at helping the environment by doing so ... in a roun
Catching up with Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson, who's made marijuana legalization a centerpiece of his 2012 presidential campaign
Before 2005, it was impossible to bring vision back to about 1.5 million people worldwide who suffer from an inherited form of blindness known as retinitis pigmentosa.
Fox Chicago has learned the Chicago Department of Aviation recently put out a bid looking for someone to supply goats to graze on the grass and brush at O'Hare. It also calls for a goat herder.