The increasing heat levels around the country and many natural disasters may be a signal that climate change will have more impact on Americans' daily lives.
Popular art often mirrors common ideas about current economic affairs and reflects the conventional wisdom guiding public opinion. This is particularly true of film.
'Zombie Apocalypse' Not Over? Doylestown Resident Richard Cimino Jr. Reportedly Gnaws Woman While Bloody And Naked
Weeks after the government warned the public to prepare for a "zombie apolcalypse," Richard Cimino Jr., of Doylestown, Pa., allegedly gnawed on a woman's head while naked and bloody.
Dutch voters handed pro-European parties a sweeping election victory on Wednesday, shunning the radical fringes and dispelling concerns that euro skeptics could gain sway in a core euro zone country.
The death toll in a series of earthquakes that struck southwest China's Yunnan and Guizhou provinces Friday has mounted to 80. Over 730 people suffered injuries.
The Department of Homeland Security jokingly issued a warning to people in the path of a disaster to prepare as though there's a zombie apocalypse on the horizon. The warning comes in the wake of the cannibal attacks earlier this summer and Hurricane Isaac.
This past summer, "zombie apocalypse" hysteria was on the rise as cannibalistic attacks were constantly in the news
Official aid from the South to the North often goes through the Red Cross as a matter of formality and convenience.
President Barack Obama Monday visited storm-hit Louisiana, grappling with flooding and power cuts, at the end of a four-day trip packed with campaign events.
A tsunami warning for the Philippine Islands region was canceled after a magnitude-7.6 earthquake struck offshore the Philippines Friday, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, or PTWC.
The state-controlled Air Koryo has a fleet of about thirty, mostly older Russian-made aircraft, and flies to 14 foreign airports in six countries -- including, of all places, Kuwait.
An Israeli muppet is on the cover of a pamphlet that is being distributed throughout Israel that tells families how to prepare for an air raid.
Hurricane Isaac 2012: Google Provides Tropical Storm Path Maps, Forecasted Track, Shelters, And Emergency Information
Google Crisis Response, one of Google's thousands of active projects that merges various Google tools like Maps, Docs, Forms and Earth, posted a new webpage dedicated to Tropical Storm Isaac - soon to be Hurricane Isaac - in an effort to disseminate helpful information about the hurricane's path, its forecasted track, and how local residents can stay safe during this emergency situation.
As the Republican National Convention (RNC) grapples with revised schedule of events owing to Tropical Storm Isaac that struck Florida Sunday and is heading toward Gulf of Mexico, the convention venue, Tampa seems have revised fortunes for Mitt Romney in several ways.
Shanghai Unprepared For Flooding: China?s Rapid Expansion Outpaces Safety and Environmental Concerns
Beijing's flood disaster in July was viewed by many as proof that Chinese cities are ill-prepared for such catastrophes.
Ken Watanabe is set to star in the Japanese version of the 1992 American film "Unforgiven."
Apart from destroying hundreds of homes and parched forest area, recent wildfires sweeping western United States, encroached national parks, recreation sites, and campgrounds thereby, adding to woes of communities dependent on summer tourism.
It may be surprising to many who believe that Wall Street and global finance are inherently malevolent that a century ago, the public had a very similar perception of financial services, a notion that was channeled by editorial cartoonists in hard-hitting illustrations in magazines like Puck and newspapers like the New York Herald. These cartoons would be as fitting today as they were in 1912.
A new paper details the physical and genetic changes wrought by the Fukushima nuclear disaster upon Japanese populations of Zizeeria maha, the pale grass blue butterfly.
Taiwan and Japan have an awkward relationship that is compromised and complicated by various intractable issues - namely, Mainland China, which claims Taiwan as its own territory and has compelled most nations of the earth to deny diplomatic recognition of the island.
Amid constant political caterwauling about the demise of American manufacturing, Japanese automakers like Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM), Honda Motor Co. (NYSE: HMC) and Nissan Motor Co. (Tokyo: 7201) are gradually bringing manufacturing jobs to North America by building new factories and adding extra shifts to meet resurgent demand in the U.S. automotive market.
A whiff of change from the world's most mysterious regime?
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM) reported on Wednesday July U.S. car sales up 26.1 percent to 164,898 as the company continued to recover from last year's natural disasters.
Honda Motor Co. (NYSE: HMC) reported on Wednesday July U.S. sales rose 45.3 percent to 116,944 as the Japanese automaker continues its robust recovery from last year's earthquake and tsunami in Japan and flooding in Thailand.
Nissan Motor Co. (Tokyo: 7201) reported on Wednesday U.S. July Car sales up 16.2 percent over the year before on strong demand for cars, particularly the Altima and Rogue models.
A new study looking at shipwrecks across 300 years finds that male passengers and crew members were much more likely to survive accidents at sea than woman and children.
THQ, the struggling developer behind videogame franchises including Warhammer 40k, Saint's Row and WWE Raw Vs. Smackdown narrowly avoided being delisted on NASDAQ today after undergoing a massive internal restructuring.
Toyota Motor Corporation continues to shift production to North America to compensate for the strong value of the yen versus the dollar. The company announced a 30,000 vehicle manufacturing expansion in Canada, Tuesday.
Police physically barred people from visiting the site of the crash, including one Wenzhou survivor and two bloggers who were taken into custody for trying to enter the area.
YouTube is the favourite news spot for 71 percent of American adults up from 66 percent (in 2010), who visit the site to stay tuned, says a survey conducted by Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. The study adds that 28 percent of American adults visit YouTube daily.