As nations join together in the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 and its 239 passengers and crew, one of the many questions being asked is how this could happen—how is it possible for a massive aircraft to simply vanish without a trace?
The U.S. House of Representatives Energy & Commerce Committee in January issued the first of several white papers on Modernizing the Communications Act. By January 31, 116 interested parties had submitted comments, giving a variety...
Despite tens of thousands of articles published in just the last few years on diabetes and obesity, the precise causes and mechanisms underlying these conditions remain frustratingly unclear and subject to disagreement.
Decisions made in haste, without all of the facts, can have unintended consequences adversely affecting grid security and reliability.
I bought a quadcopter drone/UAS at the mall, downloaded an app to control it and started flying it in my yard. It really drove home to me that this technology is available to everyone.
Weil is more partisan than scholar; he has openly endorsed aggressively coercive union tactics, including advocating the use of regulatory agencies to advance union campaigns.
When President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev two weeks ago, the over-arching question was what would the Russians do? Now that Moscow has invaded Crimea and appears poised to formally absorb the territory...
The $8.6 billion cut is projected to hit 850,000 families with a reduction in SNAP benefits of $90 per month—hardly insignificant when the average daily allotment is approximately $4.20 per person.
The initiative takes a prevention approach rather than a “treatment” approach.
Announcing its federal lawsuit on behalf of a Muslim public school official forced to choose between his faith and his job, the federal government issued a statement that “No employee should be forced to violate his religious beliefs in order to earn a living.”