IBM’s 2012 Black Friday and Cyber Monday reports said Twitter drove 0.0% of online sales over the two big shopping days during the Thanksgiving weekend.
Cancer strikes without regard to political parties. Over time, one in two men and one in three women will hear the dreaded words, “You have cancer.”
Adam Smith would be appalled at the proliferation of subsidies for renewable energy in the world.
One definition of insanity is continuing to do the same thing over and over while expecting a different outcome. Well, that pretty much describes our political election process today.
We need a new paradigm, a new political pattern for making government work, and it’s pretty far from the ideological “politics as usual” we experience today.
With just over 50 days until the 2012 presidential election, Americans are searching for the truth behind both candidates. While everyone seems to have an opinion, facts often seem to be lacking.
As national elections swing into high gear this fall, one thing is for sure: Politicians from both political parties will be making promises. These promises will be grand in scope, short on specifics, and, unfortunately, likely to produce unintended consequences.
Maybe you’ve heard the accusations that the opening ceremony was a leftist propaganda campaign. That’s all true, but it goes far deeper than that.
There is a sad truth that our elected officials either forget or choose to ignore. As a member of the millennial generation, I remind them of that truth: Your actions are my consequences.
Hailed as an African reformer, Yoweri Museveni has now become an autocrat who bends the rules to stay in power and hands favors to his family. Nothing new for Africa, unfortunately -- but the exact opposite of what he himself once pledged.
Ten private U.S. colleges and state university systems announced plans on Tuesday to be more upfront about the costs of higher education, including detailing the monthly loan payments students would face after graduation.
Wearing the black face-covering veil favoured by Saudi women, Maha Mazyad looked through leaflets for prospective jobs with some of the Islamic kingdom's largest companies at a recent career fair in Riyadh.
Democratic candidates backed by wealthy advocates for charter schools squeaked past rivals backed by teachers unions in two California state assembly primary races on Tuesday, highlighting a bitter split in the Democratic Party over education policy.
With a massive smart grid build-out, Beijing hopes to turn its grid into a competitive advantage.
First it was Michael Jackson, then it was Amy Winehouse and now the magnificent Whitney Houston. I'd like to have every gentleman and lady in this room commit themselves to get our government to legalize drugs. So they have to get it through a doctor, not just some gangsters that sell it under the table.
There are currently nearly 100 journalists in prison in Turkey.
Accusing the Arab League of attempting to interfere in internal government affairs, Syria rejected a call for President Bashar al-Assad to step down, just as the European Union tightened sanctions on the country.
As a French bill that would criminalize denial of the mass killings of Armenians during Turkey's Ottoman era moves closer to becoming law, Turkey is urging the Paris Senate, where the bill is scheduled to be debated Monday, to reject it.
Just add China to the list of those not supporting Iran's efforts to develop nuclear weapons. Speaking at the end of a six-day visit to the Middle East, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao delivered a firm warning to Tehran against developing nuclear weapons.
Multiple explosions have ripped through Nigeria's northern city of Kano, one blast believed to have been targeting police headquarters Friday, causing unknown casualties, although details were not readily available.