An argument for why buildings like the Walt Disney Music Hall and the CCTV building in Beijing, while breathtaking, may be architecturally absurd.
The hotel maid allegedly assaulted by Dominique Strauss-Kahn says she's being honest about what happened at the Sofitel New York.
Rachel Shteir's exhaustive new book traces shoplifting through the ages, and examines theories behind why people steal.
The FBI opened an investigation into whether News Corp. employees tried to hack into phones belonging to 9/11 victims and their family members.
A science fiction novel about a war between people and robots brings humanity to both.
The cost of beer has been going up lately, due to global economic forces, weather, farming and just plain marketing.
A new book by the author of "The Men Who Stare at Goats" explores the world of psychopathy and exposes the "madness industry."
Dominique Strauss Kahn's resignation from the International Monetary Fund has set off a global power struggle between the European Union and emerging economies.
High oil and gas prices are driving up the price of chemical fertilizer. One man believes manure management could save humanity from the crisis.
More and more companies are going public abroad. IPOs are moving from the United States to places Australia, Hong Kong or London.