Canadians are squirreling away more savings money than ever, but a majority still come up short when unexpected expenses arise, says a new poll. Sixty-eight per cent of Canadians surveyed have had to into
Japan is set to construct a nearly mile-long ice wall around the Fukushima nuclear plant in an attempt to stop the continuing leak of radioactive water. The plan was first proposed in May, and the Associated
Wedge politics is a dangerous tactic, especially when it involves an attack on minorities. Unfortunately, it also often works. Since the Parti Québécois government announced, through calculated leaks sympathetic
Read interviews with some of the applicants in the running to win a one-way ticket to Mars here. The Mars One project will cost £4bn and hopes to recoup the cost in part by selling broadcasting rights:
Imagine technology solutions that could help save $400-billion in healthcare costs, reduce the average commute time by one full week annually, and cut carbon emissions by 27 million tonnes in developed
The cause of a thousand-year cold period that killed off giant ground sloths, mastodons, and sabretooth cats continues to be in contention. While it's long been hypothesized that the major climate shift
Many of us have glanced upwards at the stars and wondered whether there is other life out there somewhere. Few, however, have then tried to write down an equation to express the probability in numbers.
A mummy that would seemingly be of Egyptian origin has been discovered a long way from its apparent home. A 10-year-old boy found the sarcophagus along with a mummified body in the attic of his house Diepholz,