Advertising screens shaped like enormous human eyes have been installed in Birmingham, England, reported the BBC this week. The screens, which sit above three entrances to a newly-designed rail station in the city, have a dual purpose: firstly, to sc
Kathleen Wilcox on the trend for weed-infused wine, here quoting Dr. Carl Ruck… Though he refrained from commenting on the "advisability" of renewing the practice of brewing weed-wine, he did say that "cannabis would be one of the less
"They don't quite get how to work with these markets, don't know what they're doing"
Mario Draghi unveiled a revamp of quantitative easing to allow for more purchases of each euro member's debt as the weaker global outlook prompted a wholesale reduction of officials' economic forecasts through 2017.
he latest brilliant plan to curtail Isis in the Middle East? Give more weapons to current members of al-Qaida.
Federal judges express skepticism at ACLU argument that agency should not collect phone data during 'transtion' period under new USA Freedom Act
Past Trump Tower's bow-tied doorman, through a shiny revolving door, toward the 60-foot waterfall, up a dim elevator, after glass doors and smiling assistants, Donald J. Trump, chairman of the Trump Organization, sits with pictures of himself to hi
-and test out new 'intelligence collection' technology
By training, I am a plant biologist. In the early 1990s I was busy making genetically modified plants (often called GMOs for Genetically Modified Organisms) as part of the research that led to my PhD.
For anyone with hopes of changing our foreign policy of relentless aggression, the presidential candidates now parading their wares before the public are truly a depressing sight.
I was in sixth grade when I first saw right wing materials, pamphlets, booklets, etc., in the library.
Hungary stunned migrants and European partners Tuesday by blocking asylum-seekers from its westbound trains, a move that raised new challenges for the EU's passport-free travel zone and could drive many into the reckless hands of cross-border smuggle
Next year, CBS will broadcast the Super Bowl for the first time since 2013.
You have a secret that can ruin your life.
When I was a teenager, I was a fan of the Rolling Stones. I bought their 1971 album, Sticky Fingers, immediately after its release.
Democrats believe rapper is actually a viable candidate for highest office
The ninth video released by the Center for Medical Progress provides a glimpse into the murky and cutthroat world of the baby-harvesting business, with rival companies competing for valuable livers, hearts and kidneys.
Unikrn, one of the bigger players in the emerging space of online eSports betting, is finally coming to the United States, but it won't let users make bets with real money.
A Dutch developer has written a script designed to catch potentially insensitive language.
Last week, I warned of marijuana legalization.
Hundreds of small British businesses and minor celebrities have been targeted by a sophisticated blackmail scam orchestrated by "rogue editors" at Wikipedia, The Independent can reveal.
Cutting government down to size will require more than throwing out the present regime. It will simply reappear in a different form so long as scientists let politicians distort and misapply inconclusive research.
America's descent into totalitarian violence is accelerating. Like the Bush regime, the Obama regime has a penchant for rewarding Justice (sic) Department officials who trample all over the US Constitution.
DENVER -- Whether bought from a downtown shop or cadged from a friend's basement greenhouse, legal marijuana is easy to find in Colorado. Places to smoke it, not so much.
More than 40 years have passed since any human has walked on the moon, and all of them were American.
A decade ago, Richard Myers was the director of the Department of Genetics at the Stanford University School of Medicine, where he enjoyed the fruits of a rich endowment and his pick of faculty members and graduate students.
The next Republican presidential debate, which will be hosted by CNN and is scheduled for Sept. 16, has a new set of rules that will recognize both past and recent polling numbers and could allow more than 10 candidates on the stage.
Research indicates power of Oscar-nominated film that fueled rise in online searches, social media discussion, news coverage and activism, paper says
As active contributors to Bitcoin, we share this letter to communicate our plan of action related to technical consensus and Bitcoin scalability.
Major banks and mainstream financial institutions are warming up to the blockchain technology that powers Bitcoin, and launching internal experiments and pilot projects to find out how they can use the blockchain.
Jamie Redman (Bitcoin advocate; Artist; Crypro-Graphics.Com) on the Bitcoin Blockchain Fork - Dr. Darren Tapp (Ph.D. from Purdue researching algebraic geometry; Co-Host of NeoCashRadio.Com) - Dr. Phranq Tamburri gives the 'Trump Report'
BREAKING: Indiana Police Call in the US Military and Raid 146 "Dangerous" Marijuana Plots
Oftentimes when the U.S. superpower intervenes in the business of other nations, after U.S. troops withdraw, the American people lose interest and the country disappears from the consciousness of the public.
By nominating a candidate who scares the hell out of Hispanic voters.
Here is an idea to consider, based on the protectionist and anti-immigration positions held by leading GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump and many of his fellow conservatives:
Flash ads will be paused by default, and advertisers just have to hope users will voluntarily decide to play them.
Yesterday, a federal judge in San Francisco granted class action status to a lawsuit brought against Uber by three of its drivers.
Google has become so much more than than a white webpage with a text box.
"Threatening me with ruinous fines even though I've done nothing wrong is extortionate"
Chinese factories slow down significantly Wall Street plunged Tuesday after investors feared weak data from China, the world's second-largest economy, would lead to a global recession.
Example of growing animosity toward law enforcement.
'Leukemia-linked Disorder' Killing Baby Seals Along California Coast
New Polaroid Camera Will Prevent Society from Losing Cherished Memories in the Digital Ether
Like many Americans, I've been amused over the past couple of weeks by news of the Ashley Madison hack.
If we're to have any hope for the future, it will rest with those ill-mannered, bad-tempered, uncivil, discourteous few who are disenchanted enough with the status quo to tell the government to go to hell using every nonviolent means available.
PODCAST - ERNEST HANCOCK INTERVIEW'S WILL (new Marketing Manager of AirBitz.co based in San Diego). AND LINDSAY PANGMAN AS THEY STOP BY THE FREEDOM'S PHOENIX STUDIO IN PHOENIX, AZ ON THEIR WAY FROM FLORIDA TO CALIFORNIA
Two More Senators Endorse Deal, Boosting Filibuster Possibility