The tiny bumps on the eyes of a moth make them non-reflective. The same technology is being used to develop glare-free screens for cell phones and televisions.
European stock markets fell again and the American stock market opened lower over European worries on Monday.
Toyota Motor Corp said it would take a $50 million stake in U.S. electric car maker Tesla Motors, a move that gives the Japanese automaker a chance to repair its dented public image and vaults the California start-up on to the world stage.
Participants of the Wave Gothic Festival pose in Leipzig, eastern Germany, on Saturday.
Decades after the Vietnam War, the question haunts many men of the baby-boom generation, including Richard Blumenthal: 'What did you do in the war?'
The Antitrust Division’s sentencing statistics over the last two decades show a steady trend toward higher corporate fines for cartel offenses and longer jail sentences for individuals, passing the cost for trials and incarceration onto tax payers.
The stock market rebounded somewhat Friday morning after news that the German parliament approved that country's portion of a large European bailout.
The United Nations' response to the ship sinking by North Korea needs to be forceful enough to also remind South Koreans that the world wants them to remain vigilant, not indifferent.