Schools are excited about putting the Apple iPad into classrooms. But how young is too young?
Tax credits, deductions, and exclusions raise after-tax income for nearly everyone
Two sites have produced up to 100,000 centrifuges under the direction of Iran’s Defense Ministry, says an Iranian group. The group has revealed sites involved in the Iran nuclear program before.
Libya may have been less a precedent than a case study in the president's blend of pragmatism and idealism.
Cutting oil imports by one-third by 2025 might be less ambitious than it sounds. A better goal, some experts say, might be to more strongly encourage alternative fuels to make oil less important overall.
President Obama called Wednesday for a one-third cut in oil imports, to be achieved by increased domestic production, alternative energies, and higher fuel efficiency.
Kawkab al-Balushi, a bold student newspaper editor, wants to challenge authority – but disagrees with the divergent approach of some of her more rebellious peers who just 'want a Blackberry,' she says.
The immediate hope is that the threat alone of international action in Libya will slow Qaddafi down – and perhaps cause some of his supporters to back the rebels instead.
The intervention of Saudi forces has escalated tensions between Bahrain's protesters and the country's Sunni rulers, leaving at least one dead and drawing criticism from Iran.