Twenty-five years ago, lawyers for the George H.W. Bush administration were rounding up more bankers than you could fit in a whole fleet of stretch Hummers. The feds threw no fewer than 1,706 defendants
A British woman who left her London home and was feared to be on her way to Syria with her four children has been detained in Turkey, counter-terrorism police have said. Zahera Tariq, 33, and her four
The Frieze effect – an explosion of exhibitions rippling from the art fair’s Regent’s Park base, through London’s museums, galleries and experimental project spaces – is no longer confined to living artists.
They're large, even ungainly. But there may be no animal more beloved in Florida than the manatee. Sorry, dolphins. It's the manatee that is the state's official marine mammal. But as manatees meander
This piece has been updated to clarify the kinds of accounts in question. Twitter raised eyebrows last month when it suggested that many of its active users aren’t actually human. Now we know how many.
Sherman Lee Criner is vacationing in a bull's eye. Emerald Island, North Carolina, is just west of where Hurricane Arthur came ashore late Thursday with 100 mph winds. The Category 2 storm made landfall
We've all had those frustrating arguments that leave us shaking our heads. You know the ones: Every single point you make is obviously common sense, yet the person you're talking to simply can't embrace
Arjen Robben joins list of top 9 football divers of all time, but where does he rank compared to the others?
Dutchman wins his side a soft penalty to win his side the World Cup last-16 encounter, but where does he rank in the all-time fake tumblers' list? Arjen Robben may be a most excellent footballer, but prematurely
As physical security is an important aspect of information security (it is one of the 10 domains on the CISSP exam), I am often asked for “interesting” physical security advice. I decided to share the