The wait for an Oculus Rift VR headset is almost over. Almost.
Study adds to growing concerns over the public health risks associated with shale gas boom
The mass propaganda media does not waste a moment to ratchet up the tension and fear that torching neighborhoods will come to a community in your area.
NASA described it as a test flight "unlike any seen in Florida since the days of Apollo," but for anyone watching the livestream, the SpaceX test looked pretty serene.
This weekend, Joss Whedon's film Avengers: Age of Ultron made $191.3 million domestically, and that's only a small portion of its $631 million global earnings.
One wants the device at the center of your life, the other wants to make the device irrelevant.
The sun is almost completely blank.
We Can't Rein In the Banks If We Can't Pull Our Money Out of Them
Here's a Few Ideas
One of my favorite parts of spring is scrubbing down the entire house, throwing open the windows so the breeze can come through, and hanging rugs and bedding outside.
I had a lot of fun this morning on CNBC.
Most people realize that emails and other digital communications they once considered private can now become part of their permanent record.
The most important factor in shaping US policy towards Iran is domestic politics - not Obama's own geopolitical vision.
In China, like many other places around the world, online shopping is spreading rapidly, connecting consumers to goods they may never have had access to before.
It's a revolution in food technology that could deliver your food fantasy to your plate in less than a minute.
Liberty's Champion Ron Paul and his battle with the Warfare State, the Fed and its Cronies, Printing Press Money & the Lapdog Press. This Kickstarter campaign marks the first public announcement of an important new project, EMPIRE OF LIES: The Ron
Last week, we showed you what happens when a rock falls into a lava lake.
Planning for the worst
HYATTSVILLE, Md. - 16-year-old voters headed to the polls in Hyattsville Tuesday for an historic election -- the first since the town changed its minimum voting age.
It amazes me that all these warriors of the air don't regularly crash into each other
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Mirand Sharma, an emergency room physician of over twenty years who asked to come on the show to offer a rebuttal to the recent interview with the "Science Babe", Yvette Guinever
On Saturday night, a man whose name still seems to be unknown, but who was wearing a "F##k the Police" t-shirt, came out in front of police past the official curfew. This is what happened next:
Richard Grove and Lisa Arbercheski (Tragedy & Hope) will be in studio along with Patrick Wood (August Forecast & Review, and author of Technocracy Rising)
For a doctor doing surgery, the most important things to focus on (besides cutting in the right place) are being fast and clean.
A week ago, in a far-off corner of the Internet, a little website called NASAspaceflight.com published a story about a futuristic propulsion drive that produces thrust without propellant.
Freightliner shows its Inspiration Truck in Las Vegas
A pre-K teacher's Washington Post op-ed arguing against school lockdown drills has reignited debate over the practice in the wake of a Washington state high school shooting.
Stars are there to mesmerize you, to capture your attention, and to sell you an illusion… to distract you and fool you into believing (be-lie-ving) what ever lie is being sold.
The biggest company in the consumer drone market wants to become a platform for the entire industry
Stewart Rhodes (Founder/President of Oath Keepers) comes in studio to talk about Jade Helm - Charles Goyette (Author, Talk Show Host) comes in studio to discuss the Kickstarter Campaign for Empire Of Lies: The Ron Paul Documentary
The courts seem to still live in the book burning times, when they had some kind of authority over what information was allowed to exist and what information could be effectively silenced. That has not been the case for 20 years.
Several startups now offer tools that bring "dynamic pricing" to Airbnb rentals.
With all the anniversaries being celebrated this spring--Appomattox, Selma, Magna Carta, Hubble telescope--it is surprising that nothing seems to have been said about the 50th anniversary of the true beginning of the Vietnam War.
Steve Wynn 5-4-15
Washington continues to drive Europe toward one or the other of the two most likely outcomes of the orchestrated conflict with Russia.
Internal data suggests public figures are being manipulated
Analysis: The funding, political influence and media clout of Washington's Israel lobby will be key for candidates in next year's US election
Increasing numbers move to study, work and unite with families in the country
"The government is exhibiting its pro-industry stance by pushing for unneeded, unwanted and unsafe GMOs in our farming"
Before the end of the 21st century, spaceflight is going to look completely different from spaceflight of the 20th century, and one of the leaders paving the way is Elon Musk's private company SpaceX.
One of ten brilliant innovations from our 2015 Invention Awards
ATRIAS stands for "Assume The Robot Is A Sphere"
Olympic volleyball player Kerri Walsh recently added a new routine to her training regimen.
The new system could also enable collision avoidance technologies on cars and allow virtual reality (VR) headsets to be used outdoors
A natural enzyme called catalase may prove hugely significant in treating neurological disorders such as Parkinson's.
In this special Economic Insight episode, Dark Journalist(link is external) welcomes Best-Selling Author, Financial Expert and Former Managing Director at Goldman Sachs Nomi Prins
The group's actions to keep psychologists involved in the interrogation program coincided closely with efforts by senior Bush administration officials to salvage the program after the public disclosure of prisoner abuse by American military
This new washing machine from Yirego is powered by a foot pedal and doesn't need any electricity.
Darwin thought our ancestors used music as a means of courtship before the invention of language.