This week, Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman, was quoted as saying during a speech in Washington: "We can end government censorship in a decade. The solution to government surveillance is to encrypt
A massacre of the innocents is taking place in the heart of Africa as the world looks the other way. One man describes how his four-year-old son's throat was slit, and how he saw a snake swallowing a A
Faced with a series of tight deadlines for ridding Syria of its chemical weapons, the international group running the effort is asking private chemical companies to submit bids for performing the work.
Deadly pipeline explosions in China's eastern port city Qingdao leaves 47 dead and over 150 injured The death toll from two huge blasts caused by leaked oil from a ruptured pipeline in an eastern Chinese
Local station KTLA reported that no shots were fired, with LAX police telling the station that a loud traffic accident had "triggered fears of another shooting." The LAX Police later confirmed this on
Thousands of dignitaries, historians and citizens across the nation collectively commemorated the life and legacy of fallen president John F. Kennedy 50 years to the day, and even to the moment, when was
China has outlined an "air-defence identification zone" over an area of the East China Sea, covering islands that are also claimed by Japan. China's defence ministry said aircraft entering the zone must
In what some perceive as a sign of optimism in nuclear talks with Iran, Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Geneva on Saturday to lend his weight to the negotiations, as Western diplomats reported