The problems facing the United States may be the result of having too many elections, according to economist Dambisa Moyo.
The last two U.S. Secretaries of Defense, Robert Gates and Donald Rumsfeld, are named in a lawsuit saying they turned a blind eye to sexual assaults in the military.
Now that the Egyptian protests have toppled Hosni Mubarak, will the rest of the Arab world follow suit?
Expect to start paying more for food, clothing and energy as the global economy picks up, and U.S. jobs lag behind.
A new biography of ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax explores his life and vision of the future.
Video games can change people's lives and may be able to save the world, if we can put them to good use.
Egyptian President Honsi Mubarak is rumored to be stepping down, leaving Omar Suleiman to lead the country. But who is Omar Suleiman?
Entomologists are gathering at the National Bed Bug Summit to figure out how to fight back against bed bugs.
Scientists work toward a grand, unifying theory of why humans smile.
Policies by the United States have created a dangerous road ahead in Egypt.