SAINT-LOUIS Senegal (Reuters) - Once a lively French colonial trading port, the sleepy city of Saint-Louis in West Africa’s Senegal bursts into life for just a few days a year during the annual summer
The mystery of a 900-year-old Viking message has finally been solved. Cryptologists, put down your cipher devices, because the formerly incomprehensible code that's been haunting your dreams reads in "Kiss
But the planet's still doomed. Look around you. See the plants, the animals; most importantly, feel the earth beneath your toes. One day, the sun will brighten, and everything on the planet will burn.
And it's actually (relatively) nearby This is poor, unfortunate Ceres. Discovered in 1801, it was at first called a planet, then soon classified as an asteroid, and recently as a dwarf planet, not quite
Broader power reforms are the key to a brighter future New research published in the Environmental Science & Technology journal this month has concluded that the widespread adoption of hybrid and all-electric
"A Rational Conversation" is a column by writer Eric Ducker in which he gets on iChat or Gchat or the phone or whatever with a special guest to examine a music-related subject that's entered the pop culture
On August 28, 1963 Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his historic “I have a dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, forever changing race relations in America. I have a dream today. I have
Archaeologists have discovered the tomb and mummy of a previously unheard-of pharaoh. Woseribre Senebkay was found close to a larger burial site in Abydos, which researchers unearthed earlier this month