Peter Schiff lays out for RT the future he sees for both Greece and China.
In January, the British-American computer scientist Stuart Russell drafted and became the first signatory of an open letter calling for researchers to look beyond the goal of merely making artificial intelligence more powerful.
When Jordi Puig-Suari and Bob Twiggs began working on the first cubesat in 1999, their goal was a rather basic one -- to develop a compact satellite that university students could build and use to conduct scientific experiments and test out new tech
Nikola Tesla is finally beginning to attract real attention and encourage serious debate more than 70 years after his death.
If any evidence was needed that the market is dying at the zero bound, it came in yesterday's violent 15-minute rip when the algos read the Fed's release to mean there will be no rate hike in June.
Colonel Ian Henderson was a British official dubbed "the Butcher of Bahrain" because of atrocities he repeatedly committed during the 30 years he served as chief security official of that Middle Eastern country.
In October 2013, a young entrepreneur named Ross Ulbricht was arrested at the Glen Park branch of the San Francisco Public library.
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The CPI came in exactly in line with the Bloomberg Consensus option today.
Inquiring minds are reading Fed Chair Janet Yellen's Outlook for the Economy speech, delivered today at the Providence, Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce.
A new pop-up local business campus is set to open in Brixton, London, UK. Pop Brixton will be home to local independent start-ups and small businesses. It will be housed in a temporary shipping container village, but it is the project's ethos that is
"You picked the wrong mother fu*ker to try to rob today"
FBI agents can't point to any major terrorism cases they've cracked thanks to the key snooping powers in the Patriot Act, the Justice Department's inspector general said in a report Thursday that could complicate efforts to keep key parts of th
The HoloLens augmented-reality headset projects believable images of people into real settings.
GOOGLE TONE SHARES LINKS TO COMPUTERS WITHIN EARSHOT USING BEEPS AND BOOPS
The regime-changers are busy in the Balkans
At first glance, the European Central Bank's QE program appears to be working. Asset prices are up across the Continent. Old bubbles, like property in Spain, are reflating.
U.S. lawmakers of both parties and in both houses say they are unsure how Congress will deal with the federal government's expiring authorization for domestic surveillance in the fight against terrorism.
It may come as no surprise to learn that the human attention span has drastically lessened from the year 2000.
Finding out that The Best Democracy Money Can Buy was on the Bin Laden bookshelf confirms my fears about America's war on whistleblowers
The Federal Election Commission, facing punishing criticism for suggesting that political activity on the Internet should be regulated, rejected talk of new rules Thursday, a victory for GOP commissioners who feared Democrats were targeting conservat
Murder of JFK, And other deep state events / False Flags and Biker Gangs by William Norman Grigg / The First Anarcho-Capitalist - Murray N. Rothbard on the amazing Gustave de Molinari / The War on Men, The Pentagon is fighting masculinity
An international team of scientists recently sequenced the complete genome of the woolly mammoth. Led by the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm, the work opens the door to recreate the huge herbivore, which last roamed the Earth 4,000 yea
Ron Paul talks to Lew Rockwell about cash, TPP, and war.
Young couples have no way of predicting what their partner will look like over the coming years.
It's hard to believe that Bitcoin, the digital currency that approximates cash on the internet, turned six years old in January.
Incompetence at Its Finest
For almost two weeks, the political buzz in the US has focused on those who have already declared their candidacy for the 2016 presidential run, Republicans and Democrats, and their reaction to "knowing what we now, would you still support the Iraq i
Dentistry, in some form or another, has been practiced for at least 9,000 years, although tooth extraction and remedies for tooth aches probably go back much further.
A group of female activists, including Gloria Steinem and two Nobel Peace Prize laureates, said Friday they will go ahead with their plan to walk across the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas despite reluctance by officials to guarantee th
Congratulations are in order for team Bush and team Obama for another stunning US foreign policy success: Isis Controls Half of Syria after Palmyra Seizure.
During the Cold War Washington was concerned about communists fomenting street protests that they could turn into revolutions, with groomed politicians waiting in the wings to take over the new government, thus expanding the Soviet empire.
A group of dedicated "Star Trek" fans want to make a new movie, featuring a character from "The "Original Series" who was captain of the Enterprise before James T. Kirk.
Radicals complain recruits are turning away as they discover Western intelligence controls extremist groups
Failure to Disclose $26 Million in Bribes an "Oversight" Says CEO Recent revelations that the Clinton Foundation neglected to report over $26 million in payments from major corporations, universities, foreign sources and other groups was chara
Administration Accuses China of 'Stoking Instability'
In an exclusive interview from Moscow, Snowden cautions that more needs to be done to curb NSA surveillance two years after his disclosures
The fall of Ramadi, capital of Anbar, largest province in Iraq, after a rout of the Iraqi army by a few hundred ISIS fighters using bomb-laden trucks, represents a stunning setback for U.S. policy.
An 11-year-old boy receiving three degrees became the youngest graduate at American River College this year, by far.
A new semiliquid battery developed by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin has exhibited encouraging early results, encompassing many of the features desired in a state-of-the-art energy-storage device.
The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has received government permission to field test its HELLADS laser weapon system.
FUNNY, MARTY MCFLY WAS SUPPOSED TO DO THAT IN OCTOBER
A 70-year-old woman shot a robot used by police and was arrested after a 22-hour standoff following a call to the authorities with a what she said was a medical emergency.
Global Hawk targeted over disputed South China Sea islands
Perhaps big banks aren't too big to jail after all. Loretta Lynch, the first African American female Attorney General, was only sworn in on April 27, but she's not wasting any time going after the banks.
Hillary Clinton is not the only Democratic comeback candidate on the 2016 ticket. Senate Democrats are betting on the past to rebuild their party for the future.