But the app was an accident, Stone told Bloomberg's Emily Chang: "First of all, I did it by accident. I didn't mean to do this. My friend Ben Finkel and I were going on a walk and we accidentally asked
When kids look around, how much are they taking in about the objects that surround them? Scientists have recently devised new ways to peer inside little kid brains and figure out how their visual working
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Islamist Hamas movement is probably not responsible for a recent upsurge in rocket fire out of Gaza where it rules, but will be made to suffer if the salvoes continue, a senior
A video of America's only current prisoner of war has been handed to the US government, showing he is still alive more than four years after he went missing, according to the military newspaper Stars Stripes.
ROME (Reuters) - The removal and destruction of the most dangerous agents in Syria’s chemical arsenal will likely be delayed because of security and logistical problems, but the final deadline of the of
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The director of the Wellcome Trust has warned that resistance of disease to antibiotics has reached a tipping point at which it could creep into the UK almost without notice. Prof Jeremy Farrar said the
The president called defense bill a “welcome step” toward closing Gitmo, but civil liberties issues abound Natasha Lennard December 27, 2013 12:38pm (UTC) On Thursday President Obama signed into law the
Former CIA Director James Woolsey had harsh words Tuesday for anyone thinking about giving Edward Snowden amnesty, and argued the NSA leaker should be “hanged” if he’s ever tried and convicted of treason.
Chinese media says the village in the country's southwest became rich after locals invested in pig farms, cherry growing and hydroelectric energy Rural farmers from southwest China have become instant
MOSCOW, Jan 16 (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday no athlete would face discrimination at next month's Winter Olympics, hoping to ease international concern over a Russian law banning
In a report signed off on by Democrats and Republicans, the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday said the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya, "were likely preventable."
With most ballots counted, referendum “Yes” vote stands at 96.3 per cent, with opposition crying foul Egypt has voted by a 98 per cent majority to approve a new military-backed constitution in a referendum