Topic: Carnegie Mellon University
Crowdsourced art, also known as wiki-art, erases the line between artist and audience.
01/14/2011 04:33 pm
As Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo refuses to cede power to election-winner Alassane Ouattara, this divided country has become a poster child for Africa's crisis of governance. For fundamental reform, Ivory Coast should take a cue from China, not just the West.
12/30/2010 11:46 am
A new Pentagon regulation requires the 'personal approval' of one of a select few senior officials to enforce 'don't ask, don't tell.' The policy likely will hinder the removal of openly gay service members from the military.
10/22/2010 03:48 pm
In Pictures Hillary 2016: Will she or won't she?
In Pictures Spotlight on Hillary Clinton
Football gear is becoming increasingly high tech, with plans for more advanced post-game analysis, improved helmet technology, and even a sensor embedded in the ball that confirms when it crosses the goal line. Will technology get in the way of the game?
09/08/2010 11:44 am
The biggest problems for Rep. Joe Sestak, a Pennsylvania Democrat running for US Senate, might be that he is a Democrat and a member of Congress, analysts say. National polls show Americans turning against both, and Sestak's race is local proof.
09/07/2010 05:49 pm
Intensity mapping, a new method for observing the radio intensity of hydrogen gas, could help solve a fundamental cosmic riddle
07/22/2010 12:13 pm
Some critics cite government 'takeover' of business and 'giveaways' to the poor as signs that President Obama is a socialist. Members of the Socialist Party are among those who disagree.
07/01/2010 03:49 pm
The post-recession pre-recovery era has created a rash of factions embroiled in a battle of words over how to fix the economy.
06/24/2010 02:46 pm