Legislation to curb sexual assaults in the military by stripping senior commanders of their authority to prosecute rapes and other serious offenses is headed for a highly anticipated vote in the Senate.
College Station is right in the middle of Texas — a few hours by car from Austin, Dallas and Houston and home to Texas A&M, a major research university. But if you're in the market for high-speed Internet
All this scrimping on labor costs is happening at a time of unprecedented mogul riches, when all entertainment revenues worldwide are slated to top $2 trillion in two years. Indeed, there’s so much money
Protests against Google moved from the tech giant's buses to its headquarters on Tuesday, as about two dozen activists traveled to Mountain View to question the company's ties to a conservative lobbying
Beijing is ready to block recommendations from a United Nations warning Kim Jong-un on his regime's human rights abuses China rejected what it said was "unreasonable criticism" of Beijing in a new U.N.
A few years ago, Missouri, like other states, was having trouble finding lethal execution drugs. Europe was balking, and U.S. drug manufacturers didn't want a part of it. So Missouri turned to a place
A disturbing thought experiment (with diagrams) by Cold War-era scientists This article, written by Martin Mann, originally appeared in the September 1962 issue of Popular Science magazine. "Man's Last