A South African court Thursday threw out a moratorium on the trade of rhino horns, a move hotly debated in a country that, more than any other, holds the survival of the species in its hands. Proponents
As we discuss and debate the grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson, we'll inevitably have differences of opinion -- some slight; some extreme. But we owe it to one another to ensure that our
Islam needs reformers, not moderates. Yes, it's wrong and unfair for anyone to judge a religion by the actions of its followers, be they progressive Muslims or al Qaeda. But it is appropriate and intellectually
This guy is taking "Daddy's little princess" a bit too literally. Jeremiah Heaton, a father of three from Abingdon, Virginia, has claimed a patch of land between Egypt and Sudan as his "kingdom" so that
The University of St. Thomas in Minnesota planned to bring a camel to campus to celebrate "hump day," until some students started protesting it online. It was just supposed to be a fun event, not tied
Environment The world's arid areas — deserts filled with scrubby vegetation and sand — are absorbing more of the carbon dioxide that's being emitted into the atmosphere than expected, a new study shows.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter's Stephen Galloway on April 2, Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn revealed that "Star Wars: Episode VII" has already begun shooting. When asked what was the difficult
U.S. companies outside the finance industry are holding more cash on their balance sheets than ever, with $1.64 trillion at the end of 2013. That's up 12 percent from the record in 2012, Moody's Investors