The Cambodian government is stepping up efforts to inform the country about the Khmer Rouge's bloody rule.
Opposition is building to a UN resolution condemning Syria, a reaction to the Libya vote and the result of assertiveness by emerging powers Brazil and India. To many, the UN appears absent.
Around the world children are forced to serve in military groups or as laborers or worse. UNICEF's Ironside has set some of them free.
Philosopher and novelist Rebecca Newberger Goldstein is a humanist whose life and work have been shaped by religion.
There's a gap between skills US manufacturers want and skills workers have, Obama said during a visit to a hybrid-car repair lab Wednesday. Can job training at community colleges help close it?
William Deresiewicz was sure that he despised Jane Austen – until she became the woman who changed his life.
The University of Texas at Austin has published a spreadsheet that shows the cost-effectiveness of its faculty members
President Obama releases birth certificate Wednesday morning – the long-form version for which birthers have been clamoring. But it hasn't quieted them.
Higgs boson, aka, the "God particle" is a subatomic particle that is presumed to bestow mass on all other particles. An internal note from physicists at the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland has scientists buzzing.