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Mind & Body
SCIENCE IN PICS: The Mysterious Plasma Globe
The plasma globe is a strange object that appears to trap colorful strings of light constantly moving inside ...
July 12, 2012
Adventure Behind the Scenes With Award-Winning Photographer
Conservation photographer Ian Shive has teamed up with Daily Interactive Networks, developers of the magazine app for National ...
May 11, 2012
King of Jordan Funding Star Trek Attraction
Jordan's King Abdullah II is a major investor in the $1.5 billion resort, Red Sea Astrarium, which includes ...
August 11, 2011
Turkey Backs Off on Internet Censoring
Turkey's Information Technologies Board (BTK) announced it would delay implementing a government-controlled Internet filter until Nov. 22.
August 10, 2011
Nearly One-Third Afghans Face Food Shortages
The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) estimates that nearly 9 million Afghans—about a third of the population—face ...
August 9, 2011
US First: Joining Nagasaki Memorial
For the first time ever, the United States will have a representative at the Peace Memorial Ceremony in ...
August 8, 2011
Five Guys Raise $1.6 Million for Pakistan
In 2010, Pakistan suffered the most devastating floods in its history.
August 6, 2011
France Opens Case Against New IMF Chief
A French court on Thursday opened a case against the International Monetary Fund's new chief,Christine Lagarde.
August 4, 2011
Somali Famine Spreads to Three New Areas
The United Nations announced on Wednesday that famine has now spread to three new areas in southern Somalia. ...
August 3, 2011
EU Approves New EU-Wide Online Shopping Rules
New EU-wide rules giving consumers more protection in online shopping was approved by the European Parliament on Thursday.
June 24, 2011
Three Civilians Shot and Wounded in Belfast Riots
Both nationalist and loyalist communities have been damaged in the riots.
June 22, 2011
Clinton Supports Saudi Women Drivers
Secretary of State Hilary Clinton gave her support to Saudi women wanting permission to drive in a speech ...
June 21, 2011
Huntsman Set to Announce Presidential Run
Jon Huntsman, the former Republican Utah governor and China ambassador, is set to officially announce his candidacy next ...
June 20, 2011
No Arrests Reported of Saudi Women Drivers
The June 17 campaign, aimed at changing these laws, was driven by the Facebook group Women2Drive.
June 18, 2011
New Bill Targets Mexican Crime Tunnels
A new bill was introduced to the Senate today to restrict and prevent the building of crime tunnels ...
June 16, 2011
Morganza Spillway to Open on Saturday
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is expecting to open the Morganza Spillway in Louisiana on Saturday, diverting ...
May 13, 2011
Largest Spider Fossil Discovered in China
The largest fossil spider ever found has been discovered in Inner Mongolia, China.
April 21, 2011
Prince Charles, Longest Waiting Heir Apparent
Prince Charles has broken the record for waiting the longest in line for the throne. Prince Charles, now ...
April 21, 2011
Terror Alert System Updated by Homeland Security
Terror alert system colors are no more. The new terror alert system now uses a new, two-level plan.
April 20, 2011
Life-Size Barbie: Can a Life-Size Barbie Help With Eating Disorders? (Video)
Life-size barbie: Galia Slayen's life-sized Barbie is sparking a nationwide discussion on eating disorders following its appearance on ...
Life & Tradition
April 19, 2011
2012 Beetle: Volkswagen Reveals New Model
2012 Beetle models were displayed by Volkswagen on Monday in three cities. Volkswagen's new 2012 Beetle is the ...
April 18, 2011
Incident Reveals Airport Policy of Lone Controllers Unsafe
Two airliners landed without the assistance of controllers at Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Va., a little past ...
March 26, 2011
James Taylor Breaks Leg Skiing
Grammy Award winner James Taylor broke his leg and injured his shoulder while on a family ski trip ...
March 15, 2011
Gilbert Gottfried Apologizes for Japan Jokes
Gilbert Gottfried, who was recently fired as the voice actor of the Aflac Duck, apologized for his jokes ...
March 15, 2011
Gwyneth Paltrow Signs Record Deal
Gwyneth Paltrow has signed a record deal worth approximately $900,000 for her debut album with Atlantic Records, according ...
Arts & Culture
March 9, 2011
Skippy Peanut Butter Recall, Possible Salmonella Contamination
SkippyÂ® Reduced Fat Creamy Peanut Butter Spread and SkippyÂ® Reduced Fat Super Chunk Peanut Butter Spread are being ...
March 8, 2011
Diane Lane to Be Mother of the New Superman
Diane Lane is taking up the role of Martha Kent, Clark Kent's mother, in the upcoming Superman movie ...
March 7, 2011
New York Times’ 8-Month-Long ‘Investigation’ of The Epoch Times: Light on Facts, Heavy on Bias
The Epoch Times
US Says Humanitarian Ceasefire to Take Effect on Monday in Nagorno-Karabakh
Red States’ Economies Fare Better Amid CCP Virus, Unemployment Data Indicates
Pelosi Says She Will Run for Speaker If Democrats Retain House
Nevada Republicans Ask Court to Pause Las Vegas-Area Ballot Counting
Senate Advances Barrett’s Nomination; Final Vote Expected Oct. 26
Biden Pressed on ‘Transition’ Away From Oil in Pennsylvania TV Interviews
City in China’s Xinjiang Begins Mass COVID-19 Testing Following Latest Outbreak
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5 Pence Aides Test Positive for CCP Virus, White House Says
Biden: ‘It’s Crass’ to Go After Son Hunter During Campaign