Happiness: Everyone wants it, yet relatively few seem to get enough of it, especially those in their early 40s. (I'm no psychologist, but that's probably about when many of us start thinking, "Wait--is
It was the kind of story tailor-made for the right-wing echo chamber. Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government wanted all its first-year students to attend a mandatory orientation session to their
What's the biggest living thing on Earth? I can think of two. I'm not sure which is biggest, but neither of them is a blue whale. These are weirder. Much, much weirder. One is a tree. The other eats trees.
You might know where your forebears lived a few generations prior, but how about the exact village they came from -- 1,000 years ago? Thanks to DNA sequencing, it's now possible to find that out in many
Have you ordered your Google Wallet physical card yet? If you having been using the Wallet tap and pay feature on an Android 4.3 or older device, now might be the time to order up that card. Google has
With more than 1 billion active mobile users, Facebook has the kind of scale to make any e-payments service jealous, but it could be years before the company gets that other important feature to running
Post updated to reflect a misstatement about when Apple rolled out self checkout to its stores. This week, Apple unveiled the first large-scale integration of iBeacon, a technology that, when coupled their
The attention-seeking gaudiness of how some promote their God (and careers) speaks more to public relations than actual piety. Individuals who are truly at peace with their beliefs would be content to
David Cameron told the Church Times recently that Britain is a 'Christian country'. It's a statement that would have been once so obvious as to be unnecessary, but it caused a backlash - in the media least
On Monday Bob Geldof carried his daughter's coffin into a church. Later, in the service, he spoke. We don't know what he said, because the service was just for family and friends, but one friend said was
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron caused controversy last week by calling Britain a "Christian country," but the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Rowan Williams, has a different take on the matter.
Faithful America, Christian Online Community, Launches Petition Against Sarah Palin Following Waterboarding Remark
Faithful America, an online Christian community, launched a petition on Monday denouncing Sarah Palin's recent remarks at a National Rifle Association meeting, which compared baptism to waterboarding.
In an extensive report released today at the White House, the US Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) gave its clear vision of the dangers of global warming, stating, "Climate change, once considered