For Serbia And Kosovo, Progress And A Pile Of Rocks
April 26 2013 5:44 AM EDT
A preliminary deal among Serbia, Kosovo and the EU makes headway in the dispute over Kosovo sovereignty.
What You Can Do About Wikipedia’s Gender Bias Problem
April 25 2013 2:40 PM EDT
The Rewriting Wikipedia Project is holding a global write-in to encourage more women to contribute to Wikipedia, which has come under fire recently for gender bias and sexism in its articles.
Kickstarter: Did Zach Braff Just Ruin Crowd Funding?
April 24 2013 4:56 PM EDT
Zach Braff, the former "Scrubs" star and "Garden State" filmmaker, has turned to Kickstarter to fund his new movie, but some crowd-funding proponents don't think it's fair.
Fox News: Where Viewers Flocked For Boston Bombings Coverage
April 24 2013 2:16 PM EDT
Fox News beat its competition, CNN and MSNBC, during its coverage of the Boston marathon bombings and aftermath, signaling a possible credibility problem for CNN.
Strapless Dress Ban: What About Slits, Cutouts And Backless Styles?
April 24 2013 11:08 AM EDT
A New Jersey school proposed a ban on strapless dresses for the junior high dance. But what about other questionable styles like super-high slits, midriff cutouts and backless styles?
As South America Tilts Left, Paraguay Tilts Right
April 23 2013 12:36 PM EDT
Paraguay has elected a conservative millionaire businessman as president, in contrast to the region's majority of left-leaning leaders.
Why Weekends Are A Touchy Subject In Saudi Arabia
April 23 2013 11:33 AM EDT
Saudi Arabia may change its weekend to bring it closer to Western standards, and further from its founding principles.
Who Gets Hurt When Google Cracks The Whip?
April 23 2013 8:52 AM EDT
A Colorado car blog publisher says Google unfairly yanked his website from Google News for supposedly violating its policy on sponsored content.
‘Mad Men’ Fact Vs Fiction: Did That Joe Namath Special Really Happen?
April 22 2013 12:41 PM EDT
"To Have and To Hold," the latest episode of AMC's "Mad Men" blended fact and fiction with "Broadway Joe on Broadway," a pitch to Dow Chemical.
Tribeca Film Festival: What To See And What To Skip
April 21 2013 12:53 PM EDT
The "Tribeca Film Festival" is underway, with "Whitewash," "Bluebird," "Bending Steel" and "Michael H. Profession: Director" emerging as the must-see films on this year's slate.
RFID Knows When Students Skip School, But At What Cost?
April 20 2013 8:40 AM EDT
Privacy advocates at the Georgia ACLU are concerned about a pilot program to monitor students on Gordon County school buses using RFID badges.
Boston Marathon Bombings Signal A New Media Paradigm
April 19 2013 8:50 PM EDT
Based largely on smartphones and social media, coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings proves we're in a post-media media world.
Should The Reddit Hive-Mind Really Be Investigating Crime?
April 19 2013 1:44 PM EDT
Online sleuths jumped onto many possible Boston bombing suspects that turned out to be false.
Spain's Economic Downtrend Continues
April 18 2013 11:00 AM EDT
An index of leading economic indicators for Europe's fifth-largest economy declined 3 percent -- its first downturn in six months.
What Bombing Suspect? Hasty Report Is No Small Blunder For Zucker-Era CNN
April 17 2013 5:14 PM EDT
Unforgiving Twitter journalists lambasted CNN and John King after they reported that a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings had been arrested.
Baluchistan: Land Of Earthquakes, Poverty, Insurgency, And Natural Resources
April 17 2013 5:46 AM EDT
Baluchistan holds large reserves of gas, as well as gold, cooper, uranium and oil, it also enjoys a 600-mile coastline.
Boston's Good Neighbor: Mr. Rogers Reminds A Shocked Nation To 'Look For The Helpers'
April 16 2013 1:08 PM EDT
Amid the Boston Marathon bombings, meme-makers flooded Facebook and Twitter with words of encouragement courtesy of the late Fred Rogers.
Boston Bombings Began In Mali, Says Muslim Brotherhood Top Figure
April 16 2013 11:28 AM EDT
Conspiracy theorists are running amok around the tragedy. Essam el-Erian rehashes a classic: There's a mystery hand behind it.
Palestinian PM's Resignation Threatens Peace Process
April 13 2013 7:02 PM EDT
Palestinian Prime Minister Salaam Fayyad has resigned in what could be a major blow to peace process negotiations with Israel.
Magnitsky: Russia, US Spar, But Trade Packs Punch
April 13 2013 1:38 PM EDT
Russia released a list of alleged human rights violators after the United States passed the Magnitsky Act, but trade will keep the two together.