Here are a few things the framers did not know about: World War II. DNA
The high-pitched, nasal call of the neighborhood scrap collector is a familiar weekend sound in most Indian neighborhoods.
Three weeks ago, headlines announced that the U.S.
Our faith in the power of the free market to solve our problems got a big endorsement from Congressman Paul Ryan.
When the Egyptian government blocked Internet access and mobile texting capabilities in an attempts to thwart protesters’ ability to organize, Kosta Grammatis had new ammunition to pitch his big idea: what if there was a satellite service for Internet and phone affordable for the average Egyptian that could not be shut off?
Osama bin Laden wanted to talk to his followers. This time the U.S.
Fears of a bloody birth for the world’s newest country, South Sudan, are becoming ever more real after weeks of battles between its autonomous government and their opponents. Hundreds have died in fighting between South Sudan authorities and rebel militias
Up to 30 million people are facing “a humanitarian disaster” as one of Africa’s biggest lakes shrinks, a United Nations agency warned Thursday.
“If Japan recklessly ‘intercepts’ [North Korea’s] satellite for peaceful purposes, the [Korean People’s Army] will mercilessly deal deadly blows not only at the already deployed intercepting means but at major targets,” KCNA reported. Japan recently mobilized its missile defense system in response to the planned North Korean launch, Japanese officials said.
Call it a case of high tech meeting low tech, really the lowest of tech. British scientists are using pictures from high-powered satellites to pinpoint emperor penguin colonies in Antarctica. The penguins are difficult to pick up on sea ice, because of their natural camouflage that helps them blend into the shadows — so the British Antarctic Survey had to come up with another method