Is Scientology Headed For A Day Of Reckoning?
January 27 2013 10:31 AM EST
The latest lawsuit filed against the Church of Scientology could be a turning point in a decades-long struggle for opponents to expose the church's financial misdeeds.
What Will Really Change Now For Women On The Front Lines?
January 26 2013 10:23 AM EST
The Pentagon has decided women are now officially allowed to serve combat roles in the U.S. military. But they've already spent years in the line of fire.
Mubarak’s Millions - President Morsi's Government Wants To Recover The Money
January 25 2013 6:26 PM EST
Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak will go on trial again on corruption charges. But the new government wants the money back –- and there may be a really big pile of it.
Manufacturers Are Desperately Seeking The Next China In India, ASEAN Markets
January 25 2013 6:24 PM EST
When it comes to manufacturing, China is no longer a no-brainer.
NY Longshoremen's Strike: One Fight Labor Can Win?
January 25 2013 6:19 PM EST
Contract talks between the longshoremen and their employers in the New York area are coming down to the wire; a strike would devastate the U.S. economy but perhaps bolster the labor movement.
Twitter Lawsuit And A Broken System For Breaking News
January 19 2013 1:50 PM EST
A U.S. district judge ruled Agence France-Presse infringed on photographer Daniel Morel's copyright when it took his photos from Twitter and distributed them to Getty Images.
Israel Elections: 'No Compromise' Will Be The Likely Winner
January 19 2013 1:49 PM EST
On election day Tuesday in Israel, the most ardent conservatives are expected to show gains, solidifying Prime Minister Netanyahu's hard-line agenda.
What's Rio Tinto To Do? Minerals Or Margins?
January 19 2013 1:46 PM EST
Rio Tinto Group, the mining giant that just admitted that it’s worth $14 billion less than previously stated, is at a crossroads.
Big Oil Meets Big Green In The United Arab Emirates
January 19 2013 12:53 PM EST
The United Arab Emirates seems to lead the world in terms of renewable energy research -- so why all the oil rigs?
Turkey To The West: We Want Our Art Back
January 14 2013 2:01 PM EST
A lot of priceless archaeological artifacts from Turkey are in Western museums. Now the Turks want them back, and they're ready for some unusual tactics to get them.
Delhi Gang Rape: Yes Or No To The Death Penalty?
January 12 2013 3:12 PM EST
After the gang rape and killing of a young woman, India is engulfed in a debate on what should happen to rapists. Here is what will likely happen.
Why More Americans Than Ever Travel By Bus
January 12 2013 3:09 PM EST
As massive train-building schemes take shape across the globe, a different mode of transportation is booming in the United States: intercity buses.
Chavez And The Power Of Rulers' Bodies
January 12 2013 3:07 PM EST
When a country's power structure is dominated by a single leader, things can turn messy quickly if the leader gets sick.
Golden Globe Predictions: 'Lincoln' A Candidate For All Reasons?
January 12 2013 2:58 PM EST
Just three days after this year's Oscar nomination announcements shocked many, the Golden Globe Awards show will air on Sunday night.
And The Nominees Are ... 2013 Oscar Predictions
January 05 2013 1:41 PM EST
Voting has closed for the 2013 Oscar race, and this year's Academy Award nominees will be announced on Thursday, Jan 10.
India's Gang-Rape Protests Ignore The Untouchables
January 05 2013 1:36 PM EST
For Dalit women, the so-called Untouchables, protests of the recent rape of an Indian medical student is not likely to stop the sex crimes against them.
Do Journalism Ethics Still Matter In The Digital Age?
January 05 2013 1:34 PM EST
The Society of Professional Journalists' ethics committee was deluged with complaints this year about biased reporting. Do journalism ethics still matter?
Despite Egyptian Turmoil, Samsung Takes A Chance
December 24 2012 12:25 PM EST
A $1.45 billion investment and phone launch prove Egypt's new leadership has a friend among tech titans.
Does Congress Have The Nerve To Limit NSA's Spying On You?
December 22 2012 6:59 PM EST
The FISA Amendments Act -- allowing the U.S. government to engage in warrantless wiretapping -- will likely be reauthorized before New Year's Day.
Fiscal Cliff, Deficit Cast Shadow Over US Real Estate Recovery
December 22 2012 2:34 PM EST
Economists are optimistic about the housing recovery, provided Washington can strike a deal that keeps mortgage deductions and exemptions intact.