Campaigners on both sides of Scotland’s independence referendum are trying to sway over 4 million registered voters in a last-day push before the historic vote gets underway.
At least two civilians have been killed and three others wounded in renewed shelling in Ukraine’s restive east, despite a truce between the Kiev government forces and pro-Russians.
When there is a major problem somewhere in the world, Barack Obama loves to show that he is “doing something” by sending a contingent of U.S.
This handout photo provided September 16, 2014 by the Boeing Company shows an artist’s rendition of the Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 next to the International Space Station (ISS).
Edward Snowden has dismissed as “false” the New Zealand PM’s claims of no mass surveillance in the country.
The Central Intelligence Agency believes the Islamic State militant group “can muster between 20,000 and 31,500 fighters” throughout both Iraq and Syria, CNN reports.
Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations Bashar Ja’afari says al-Qaeda-linked militants have occupied “all of the Syrian side” of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, driving out the troops from the UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF).
The idea that the Obama administration has the budget deficit under control is a complete and total lie.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius has called for an end to the flow of money to the terrorist ISIL group operating in Iraq and Syria.
A total of 1,300 troops from 15 nations, either active NATO members or would-be members, have come together for a military exercise in western Ukraine – even as the fragile truce in the east of the country barely holds.
US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has voiced concerns that, without sufficient protections, the age of unmanned drones and ubiquitous surveillance will usher in an “Orwellian world.” Sotomayor told faculty and students at Oklahoma City University last week that technological capabilities allow devices to monitor “your conversations from miles away and through your walls.” “We are in that brave new world, and we are capable of being in that Orwellian world, too,” she added, in a nod to George Orwell’s seminal authoritarian-dystopia novel ‘1984.’ Sotomayor also discussed the rise of drone use in wider society.
Technocratic elites realize electronic devices are tools of distraction, dumbing down. A recent New York Times article exemplified how technological and billionaire elites live by different standards than they prescribe to the American populace.
At least 10 people have been killed during fresh clashes in war-torn eastern Ukraine over the last 48-hours.
The general parliamentary election in Sweden on Sunday was ‘something of a shock’ to the nation. The far-right Sweden Democrats party managed to table the third highest number of votes on the back of their strong anti-immigration policies.
Printable solar panels are going to be available to us very soon and could power “entire skyscrapers,” Australian researchers say.
Ukrainian Defense Minister Valery Heletey (C) walks with troopers at a temporary base near the eastern city of Slavyansk.
Snow hits the ground in seven states as advocates demand U.N. response to “global warming”. Later this month, activists are planning a march in New York City for “global warming awareness,” even though the northern U.S.
A new poll shows that support for Scottish independence has risen by eight percentage points above support for union with the UK, just five days before a referendum vote.
Those who live in close proximity to fracking sites exhibited a greater likelihood to suffer skin and respiratory problems than those who lived farther away from natural gas wells, according to a new study of Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale region.
The family of US journalist James Foley, who was kidnapped and killed by the Islamic State, had been “threatened” by the US government with charges of aiding terrorists if they tried to raise funds to pay ransom for him, Foley’s mother told the media.