Science Benefits Art Preservation
Art is considered part of the legacy of humankind that must be treasured and preserved. That can be a challenge in cities where temperature ...
Africa Terrorism Is Symptom of Intractable Problems
The past week's terrorist attacks in Kenya and Nigeria have renewed attention on militancy and terrorism in Africa. It's a rising trend, a...
Regional Security Boosts Archeology in Northern Iraq
The mineral wealth and relative security of Iraqi Kurdistan has created a haven for foreign investment. Now, the region’s historical r...
In Afghanistan, Still No End in Sight
It is only six months until presidential elections and 14 months until all international combat forces leave Afghanistan, yet a political se...
Americans Brace for Government Shutdown Oct. 1
Americans are bracing for a partial shutdown of the national government that looks increasingly likely to begin Tuesday, as a politically-di...
Health Insurance Exchanges Due to Open in US
A major part of the Affordable Care Act, passed in 2010, comes into effect October 1, giving Americans increased access to affordable health...
UN General Assembly Gives Local Business a Boost
September is a month where some U.S. cities see a large decrease in tourism as the busy summer travel season ends. But the September slump ...
Kerry Urges ASEAN, China to Resolve S. China Sea Dispute Without Force
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says China and Southeast Asian nations should resolve territorial disputes in the South China Sea without...
Battle for Political Power Underway in Afghanistan
Elections for a new president to replace Hamid Karzai in Afghanistan are six months away and the battle for power in the country is heating ...
Skepticism Remains as Iran's Charm Offensive Exits UN Stage
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani and U.S. President Barack Obama spoke by phone Friday, the highest-level contact between the two count...
Minnesota Somalis Demonstrate Against Al-Shabab
A small group of ethnic Somalis demonstrated in Minneapolis, Minnesota to express condolences for the victims of the recent terrorist attack...
US Lawmakers Seek Surveillance Reform
U.S. senators in both parties are proposing changes in the way the National Security Agency collects information as it hunts for terrorists ...
Top Priority for FBI In Minnesota: Somali Extremists
U.S. law enforcement officials say preventing Somali Americans from aiding the terrorist organization al-Shabab continues to be its top prio...
Analysts Debate Strength of al-Shabab
The attack on a mall in Kenya this week by a radical Islamic group came as a surprise to many. The Somalia-based al-Shabab had lost territor...
Congress Battle Over Health Care Threatens Budget Stability
Tensions are high in the U.S. Capitol ahead of a midnight Monday deadline to extend federal funding authority to avoid a partial government ...
New Approach Creates Optimism About Iran Talks
Conciliatory statements by U.S. and Iranian leaders at the United Nations this week, a historic ministerial meeting and an agreement between...
Kashmir Separatists Active in Forgotten Conflict
Cross-border firings, militant attacks, deadly separatist protests - the people of Indian-controlled Kashmir have witnessed nearly every typ...
Security Tight Around UN General Assembly
The United Nations General Assembly, every September, brings together leaders from around the world.
Economic Costs of Washington Dysfunction Weigh Heavily
The U.S. Senate is expected to work on an emergency funding bill this weekend to keep the government operating after its spending authority ...
Children Learn about Science from Race Cars
A race track became a classroom for some Maryland students as they learned about science and engineering from open top Indy race cars. The I...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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Australian Scientists Propose a ‘Telescope’ to Look Deep Underground
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High Oil Prices Help Vietnam, Hurt Its Fuel Buyers
Women Climb Africa’s Highest Mountain for a Cause
Why Do We Use 'Rx' for Medicine?
Invictus Games to Open in Australia
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
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