If you’re having trouble translating your retirement savings into monthly income, don’t worry, you're not alone. In fact, more than half of all U.S. workers (ages 20 to 79) have difficulty understanding
So what are busybodies of the 21st century to do? According to users in a recent Quora thread, there are a range of daily behaviors people can tweak — even just slightly — to free up lots of extra time
Russia has conducted the fifth test of a new anti-satellite weapon that could knock out US communications
The test of the PL-19 Nudol missile was carried out Dec. 16 from a base in central Russia, and was monitored by U.S. intelligence agencies. It was the fifth test of the Nudol missile and the third successful
Gov. John Kasich signed Ohio's "campus carry" bill into law this week, making it legal to carry a concealed weapon at day care facilities and on college campuses. Kasich also signed a bill that bars cities
• ‘LaMia and the pilot are directly responsible for what happened’ • Pilot Miguel Quiroga died in crash after apparently running out of fuel A Bolivian government investigation into the plane crash that
A covert Russian operation helps elect a man unfit for the presidency. Resistance, as long as it is peaceful and legal, is not only justified but almost mandatory. Or: A champion of the forgotten people
Digital media is a mess, and Apple is far from fixing it Apple’s latest attempt to crack digital TV arrived Monday in the form of a name change most consumers might not even notice. It’s simply called
So hot it may steam up your favorite lens. We all love a good camera. But for many, photography isn't a just a hobby, it's a way of life. While you could put faster film in an analog camera to boost low-light
An Emirates Airline flight is seen after it crash-landed at Dubai International Airport, the UAE August 3, 2016. REUTERS/Stringer/Files DUBAI (Reuters) - The investigation into the Emirates jet crash at
With automation and artificial intelligence the delivery of parcels is only the tip of the iceberg for the next generation of drones Drones and the transport revolution: see what’s coming next - interactive
PARIS (Reuters) - In a battle between ancient arts and modern technology, France’s army is teaching birds of prey to bring down remote-controlled drones when they enter no-go urban airspace. Four golden
The UK has passed the 'Snooper's Charter,' the 'most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy'
The Investigatory Powers Bill would, among other measures, require websites to keep customers' browsing history for up to a year and allow law enforcement agencies to access them to help with investigations.