Category Archives: World

China To U.S.: Stop Tweeting Our Bad Air

China told foreign embassies Tuesday to stop publishing their own reports on air quality in the country, escalating its objections to a popular U.S. Embassy Twitter feed that tracks pollution in smoggy Beijing. Only the Chinese government is authorized to

China To U.S.: Stop Tweeting Our Bad Air

China told foreign embassies Tuesday to stop publishing their own reports on air quality in the country, escalating its objections to a popular U.S. Embassy Twitter feed that tracks pollution in smoggy Beijing. Only the Chinese government is authorized to

Obama Ordered Increased Cyber Attacks On Iran

President Barack Obama secretly ordered cyber attacks on the systems that run Iran’s nuclear program be increased during the early days of his presidency, FOX News Channel confirmed today, citing a senior national security source. The attacks began during the

Obama Ordered Increased Cyber Attacks On Iran

President Barack Obama secretly ordered cyber attacks on the systems that run Iran’s nuclear program be increased during the early days of his presidency, FOX News Channel confirmed today, citing a senior national security source. The attacks began during the

Charles Taylor Gets 50 Years

The International Criminal Court at The Hague on Wednesday sentenced former Liberian President Charles Taylor to 50 years in prison for aiding and abetting rebels in neighboring Sierra Leone in return for blood diamonds. In the ruling, presiding Judge Richard

Charles Taylor Gets 50 Years

The International Criminal Court at The Hague on Wednesday sentenced former Liberian President Charles Taylor to 50 years in prison for aiding and abetting rebels in neighboring Sierra Leone in return for blood diamonds. In the ruling, presiding Judge Richard

Christian Woman Sues Boss Over Islamic Dress Code In Jordan

A Christian Jordanian woman said Sunday she is suing her Gulf Arab employer for arbitrary dismissal after she refused a new dress code forcing her to cover her head. The incident is rare and could stir religious tensions in Jordan,

Christian Woman Sues Boss Over Islamic Dress Code In Jordan

A Christian Jordanian woman said Sunday she is suing her Gulf Arab employer for arbitrary dismissal after she refused a new dress code forcing her to cover her head. The incident is rare and could stir religious tensions in Jordan,

16-Year-Old German Student Cracks 350-Year-Old Isaac Newton Puzzle

Shourryya Ray, a 16-year-old German student, has cracked a puzzle that has stumped mathematicians since Sir Isaac Newton first posed the problem more than 350 years ago. Ray has won a research award and is hailed a genius for solving

16-Year-Old German Student Cracks 350-Year-Old Isaac Newton Puzzle

Shourryya Ray, a 16-year-old German student, has cracked a puzzle that has stumped mathematicians since Sir Isaac Newton first posed the problem more than 350 years ago. Ray has won a research award and is hailed a genius for solving

Tallest Man In Long-Range Shoe Hunt

The tallest man in the United States travelled from Minneapolis to Massachusetts today for a custom shoe-fitting he hopes will help him live a normal life. Igor Vovkovinskiy has had 16 operations in six years to fix problems created by

Tallest Man In Long-Range Shoe Hunt

The tallest man in the United States travelled from Minneapolis to Massachusetts today for a custom shoe-fitting he hopes will help him live a normal life. Igor Vovkovinskiy has had 16 operations in six years to fix problems created by

Bin Laden Tried To Recruit Operatives With Valid Mexican Passports, Report Says

Osama bin Laden was trying to recruit a Mexican national with a valid passport to sneak into the US and cause mayhem, the Los Angeles Times is reporting. The paper, citing an anonymous former U.S. official, said the head of

Bin Laden Tried To Recruit Operatives With Valid Mexican Passports, Report Says

Osama bin Laden was trying to recruit a Mexican national with a valid passport to sneak into the US and cause mayhem, the Los Angeles Times is reporting. The paper, citing an anonymous former U.S. official, said the head of