High oil and gas prices are driving up the price of chemical fertilizer. One man believes manure management could save humanity from the crisis.
A Chicago court has begun deliberations in the case of Pakistani-born businessman Tahawwur Rana and six other men, who are on trial for conspiring in the deadly 2008 attacks in Mumbai, India.
The federal government is singling out potatoes as culprits in the fight against childhood obesity.
The future of solar panels may be the present use of solar power by the US military.
The economy continues to be sluggish picking up jobs in the financial recovery. Could unemployment tank Obama's quest for reelection?
The United States employed state-of-the-art technology to hunt down Osama Bin Laden that gives a view into the state of the modern military.
An Alabama woman has started a Facebook page to return photos and other treasures that were swept away by the recent tornadoes.
A half century ago Newton Minow, chair of the Federal Communication Commission, called TV a "vast wasteland." Now he thinks TV gives viewers more choice.
The founder of PayPal Peter Thiel is offering some of his own money to pay students to drop out of school and start their own businesses.
More than 40 state governments now have contracts with banks to give unemployment benefits on pre-paid debit cards. Banks are cashing in on the game with fees.