Slippery, Weak Fault Zone Caused Massive 2011 Japan Tsunami -
Scientists say factors involved in the Japan tsunami could put other areas at risk.
Gay Republicans Divide the GOP -
Republican Party split on whether to finance gay candidates’ campaigns.
10 Ways to Teach Your Kids to Be Savers -
Games, piggy banks and charts can help convey your important messages.
Tracking Santa? Google Has an App for That -
Google launches website, Android app to follow Santa’s sleigh ride.
Report: Consequences of Global Warming Could Occur Soon -
National Academy of Sciences releases report that makes climate change a reality of the immediate future.
Average Student Loan Debt Jumps 10 Percent -
Average student loan debt is approaching $30,000, but may be much higher in some regions.
Rep. Blumenauer Introduces Bill to Double Gas Tax -
Oregon congressman introduces bill to raise the gas tax.
Scientists Use Weather Forecasting Methods to Predict Flu Season Peak -
For the first time, scientists made real-time predictions for the entire country.
Some NSA Opponents Want to 'Nullify' Surveillance With State Law -
Activists say legislation can cut water, kill snooping at the Utah Data Center.
American Detainee in North Korea Led Guerilla Fighters During 1950s War -
Former comrades still lauded in South Korea for daring raids.
4 Wise Ways to Spend the Last Winter Break of High School -
Winter break is an ideal time to explore college major options and prepare for life away from home.
American Students Fall in International Academic Tests, Chinese Lead the Pack -
Education leaders say the results are disappointing and “lackluster.”
Terry Jones Plans to Destroy Qurans Outside Office of Police Who Arrested Him -
The flame-throwing pastor says Florida sheriff needs a reminder about the First Amendment.
How Often Should You Eat Red Meat? -
Conventional wisdom says to eat red meat just once a week. But is that true?
Cyber Monday Obsolete as Mobile Use Grows -
Buying online from the office PC is no longer the only option.