A bill passed Monday in the US House of Representatives and Thursday in the Senate would make it a felony – a serious criminal offense punishable by lengthy terms of incarceration – to participate in many forms of protest associated with the Occupy Wall Street protests of last year.
A series of bizarre coincidences has left several African countries experiencing significantly reduced Internet traffic.
The Obama administration is set to offer legal backing for the targeted killing of American citizens suspected of involvement in terrorist activities against the United States overseas.
The U.S. and the U.K. both reported losing a third of their honeybees in 2010. Italy lost half. The die-offs have spread to China and India, in addition to many other countries.
Video on the cognitive effects of television on young children…and see how society is being dumbed down.
Kodak said in November that selling patents and refinancing debt will help determine its ability to continue operating in the next 12 months as declines in its traditional photography business hurt sales and cash reserves.
While the poor and middle class fight for us in Afghanistan, and while most Americans struggle to make ends meet, we mega-rich continue to get our extraordinary tax breaks.
In 2007, the last time New Orleans hosted both the Sugar Bowl and the BCS title game, the games generated $34.1 million in revenue — $11.6 million of that was tax-free profit.
They call themselves the “99 percent” and whether in Frankfurt, Athens or New York, the tactics and demands are the same everywhere. Using social media to coordinate efforts around the globe.