The U.S. military appears to be assembling all the technology for robotic jet fighters to be able to shoot down enemy planes.
As a U.S.-led coalition once again wades into his neighborhood to rid it of terrorism, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called on the U.S.
The arrest of suspect Jesse Matthew in connection with the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has yielded what police are calling a "significant break" in the 2009 death of another young woman in the same town, Charlottesville, Virginia.
Images from NASA's Terra satellite have revealed some alarming results. The Aral Sea, which once was the fourth largest lake in the world, is almost completely dry, The Independent reports.
Afghanistan's new government signed a long-delayed security agreement with the U.S. on Tuesday, a day after the inauguration of President Ashraf Ghani.
1. Afghan government signs security pact with the U.S. Afghanistan's new government signed a long-delayed security agreement with the U.S.
Congress won't debate President Obama's use of air power to fight Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) until after the November elections, if then.
Why is the White House protected by an entity called the "Uniformed Division of the Secret Service?" The naming convention is important.
1. The word "umlaut" comes from one of the Brothers Grimm. Jacob Grimm was not only a collector of fairy tales (along with his brother Wilhelm), but also one of the most famous linguists ever.
It's hard to shake the feeling that eugenics can make a comeback. Or that it never really left us. When Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gave a recent interview to Elle Magazine, she let slip a statement that almost sounded like something a 1920-style eugenicist would say.
After 26 seasons and 552 episodes, it's hard to stay fresh. Nonetheless, The Simpsons is trying, employing two big gimmicks in its season premiere Sunday night: a bizarre, buzzy couch gag from animator Don Hertzfeldt, and a long-teased character death that underwhelmed pretty much everybody.
You should really care that the German Ethics Council (a government committee) has pronounced that Germany's laws banning consensual incest between adult brothers and sisters ought to be abolished.
Maybe you're not surprised that Congress is ducking a debate on the war against ISIS for what appears to be purely political reasons, and at this point, maybe you're not even taken aback.
On Monday, Apple started releasing an update to OS X to patch potential vulnerabilities related to the Shellshock Bash flaw in Linux and Unix-based operation systems.
Half of the Earth's populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and birds were lost over the past 40 years, the World Wildlife Fund said Tuesday.
Netflix's first original movie, a sequel to Ang Lee's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, will debut on the streaming video service and in IMAX theaters on August 28, 2015.
For the person who can never decide what to order, the Hibernator might be your best bet, since it consists of every single item on the menu at England's Bear Grills restaurant.
In a report released Monday, the International Organization for Migration says that more than 3,000 people have died trying to cross the Mediterranean since the beginning of 2014.
In court on Monday, Walmart argued that the injuries sustained by 30 Rock actor Tracy Morgan when a Walmart semi crashed into his SUV in June "were caused, in whole or in part, by plaintiffs' failure to properly wear an appropriate available seatbelt restraint device," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The newest member of the Emma Watson Fan Club is none other than Taylor Swift, who shared her thoughts on Watson's much-discussed U.N.