The former assistant secretary in the Department of Homeland Security reflects on 9/11 and how the U.S. has borne the tragedy.
Conservation International used hidden cameras to collect 52,000 images of mammals in the wild from Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia.
Globalization has transformed some fish processing plants in Alaska, where most of the workers now are foreign students.
There have been 81 thefts of Rembrandts in the past 100 years -- the Dutch artist is the second most stolen artist in history, behind Picasso.
Etiquette group claims German women are sick of being greeted with kisses by bosses and colleagues, and want to ban the practice from the workplace.
More than 1200 have been arrested so far for starting fires, looting and assault during London riots.
Studies of chimpanzees may provide some answers to our fear and suspicion of foreigners.
Retired police detective files several Freedom of Information requests to access Jack the Ripper case files.
Pressure on the Syrian regime and its violent crackdown on dissent stepped up a notch as Turkey's foreign minister arrives in Damascus for talks.
A new study estimates the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have cost the U.S. between $2.3 to $2.6 trillion.