Belgium, Spain are skeptical that there's a need for more full-body airport scanning machines. France and Germany are uncommitted as European Union members meet today to discuss airport security measures.
Europe leaders are now reconsidering using full body scanners that they had until recently opposed as lurid and voyeuristic.
“A Christmas Carol” was not just a book but rather a Victorian-era Christmas miracle.
Top universities Oxford and Cambridge draw 43 percent of students from private schools that educate 7 percent of the population. They face pressure to take applicants' social and economic background into account.
At the Conservative Party's conference Thursday, David Cameron will try to project a more compassionate image even as he calls for public-spending cuts and tax hikes.
FBI is investigating worker's death in Kentucky. Is crime-scene reference to 'fed' a clue or a feint?
The interactive Frank Lloyd Wright, 'thirtysomething' on DVD, return of the iconic Spy vs. Spy, and more.
Vince Guaraldi in his essence, 'Life on Mars' TV series now on DVD, creativity at its best in '500 Tables, and more.
At least 5,000 women and girls were sent abroad to marry last year, according to a government report. Britain is toughening its stand against the practice with 'rescue’ teams, hotlines, and a new campaign to protect women.