In the Wikipedia age, Gen Y writers are comfortable remixing content. But bright lines on plagiarism are essential.
The pilot of a plane that authorities say targeted an IRS office in Austin, Texas, left an apparent suicide note citing a Big Brother tax code. At least at first glance, Joe Stack's views fit more into a pattern of solo attackers avenging personal beefs than a terror conspiracy.
The Tesla plane crash in East Palo Alto, Calif., occurred in heavy fog. The accident, which killed three Tesla employees, raises questions about general aviation flying near residential neighborhoods.
A national initiative supports schools' efforts to serve locally grown produce and educate students in sustainable ways of eating.
'Eco Chic' book for the green traveler, Nicholas Kristof's reporting chutzpah on HBO, dulcet harmonies on the Real Vocal String Quartet's debut CD, and more.
Urban green thumbs who want to raise livestock or grow vegetables for sale are being thwarted by unhappy neighbors and zoning laws.
In Don DeLillo's latest novel, two men sit outside a desert hideaway, deep in discussion about the Iraq war.
The Frisbee inventor, Walter Fredrick Morrison, leaves behind millions of plastic discs and one of America's most popular pastimes.
President Obama's $8-billion investment in high-speed rail may be a giant step forward in the country's transportation system, but experts question if it will gain traction among car-loving Americans.
With major airports and the federal government shut down, effects from this week's snow storm will linger beyond the time needed to dig out. The unemployed may be impacted by Congress' snow days, unless lawmakers are able to rush through a bill extending their benefits.