- Most collectors claim they are simply military historians, and not neo-Nazis.
- Five 2012 Little League World Series games are scheduled for Aug.20. Here?s how to watch a free live stream online for each contest.
- European rabbis as well as Israel?s Minister of Public Diplomacy have criticized Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) for publishing and selling an Arabic-language app of ?The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,? probably the best-known anti-Semitic forgery.
?Call of Duty: Black Ops 2? Wii U Release Outed On LinkedIn, Zombie Mode Will ?Blow Your Mind,? Mark Lamia Says [VIDEO]Treyarch and Activision?s upcoming ?Call of Duty: Black Ops 2? be may be released on the Wii U, according to a recent clue published on social networking career site LinkedIn.
- By the time the clock hit midnight Sunday, three United Airlines flights had made emergency landings over the weekend, stranding passengers and leaving others wondering whether the airline, which recently merged with Continental, was in the midst of a rocky marriage.
- Spies from Germany and the U.K. have been engaging in covert operations to help Syria?s rebel forces topple President Bashar al-Assad?s regime, according to reports from British and German press, just as U.N. observers end a failed mission to monitor the violence.
- Real Madrid makes their home debut against La Liga rival Valencia.
Amtrak CEO Boardman Begs Congress For Billions In Funding But The Private Sector May Have To Right The RailroadFrance, Germany, Spain, China and Japan, among other nations, have moved by leaps and bounds ahead of the U.S. in cutting-edge rail transportation (and in rail line profitability), while Amtrak struggles to survive on budgetary scraps from Congress. Many rail experts believe that only investments from the private sector and sovereign wealth funds can save Amtrak.
- Asian markets were mixed in the week as investors maintained a watchful mode awaiting monetary easing measures from policymakers around the world to tackle the weakening of the global economic growth.
- An interview in a British newspaper sets off a European panic: the Finns may be thinking they've had it with the common currency.
- For the first time since WWII, Germany has authorized the use of its military within its own borders.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Rumors Heat Up As Alleged Image Shows Front Body And Larger, Wider Display [FEATURES]Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 is rumored for a release date at the end of August, and as that date approaches another purported leak has surfaced. An image of what is believed to be the device has appeared online, according to KnowYourMobile.
- Sony Corp. is doing its best to maintain Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita performance in the lead-up to next year's anticipated launch of its next-generation console by cutting costs and introducing a wide range of new intellectual property for the rapidly aging devices.
- The U.S. stock index futures point to a mixed open Friday as investors maintained a watchful mode awaiting monetary easing measures from policymakers around the world to tackle the weakening of the global economic growth.