Anna Chapman, called the femme fatale of a spy case with Cold War-style intrigue, is a self-styled entrepreneur who dabbled in real estate.
Dmitry Medvedev visits Silicon Valley for the first time on Wednesday, eager to reinvent his country's outmoded, oil-dependent economy.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev will take his vision of a Russian Silicon Valley to US technology heads including Google CEO Eric Schmidt this week before meeting with President Obama on Thursday.
Students want the Stanford endowment to pressure companies whose supply chains use forcibly mined minerals from the Congo.
A new Stanford University poll out of found that most Americans percent favor breaks for wind, solar, and water power.
The mission will seek to unlock clues about the changing Arctic climate and the shifting ice conditions that affect ocean ecosystems.
A recent study concluded that Americans are sleepier than Europeans, raising concerns for public health and safety.
The hasty departure of Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama after just eight months in office throw Japanese politics into chaos, analysts say.
For all their importance, there's little consensus on what the college rankings actually mean.