U.S. calls for Morsi's release

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Associated Press) The US joined Germany on Friday in calling for the release of ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the United States more…

Stutters in Earth's spin change day length

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (New Scientist) Three times in the last decade Earth's spin has missed a beat. These seemingly random blips cause days to temporarily stretch and shrink. They have emerged more…

Snowden emerges in new video

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [ooyala code="o4NHY4ZDoeYGmsfC-INYeaeaKsd9QWd7"] Whistleblower Edward Snowden is being seen in the Moscow airport where he's been holed up for weeks, in a video of him during a meeting with more…

NSA fears Snowden saw details of China spying

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (USA Today) The National Security Agency is worried that Edward Snowden may have accessed files that reveal how the United States spies on China and other strategic countries, more…

Russia to arrest openly 'gay' tourists

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Travel & Escape) Thinking of taking a vacation to Europe this summer? If a trip to iconic city of Moscow or the edgier St. Petersburg is on your more…

Hezbollah has new enemy to fear ... al-Qaida

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Time of Israel) Fearing suicide attacks against Shi'ite targets in Lebanon, Hezbollah is adopting special security measures. According to Lebanese media reports, the Shi'ite organization has set up more…