Funded by cheap credit and government spending, Bonner foresees an impending war ahead between the zombies — people who take money from the productive sector of the economy and transfer it to themselves — and the productive parts of the economy.
Many in the book world are eager to discover if Oprah's book club – after a two-year hiatus and now on the lower-profile OWN network – will still draw readers in massive numbers.
The Supreme Court agrees not to take a case on whether memorial crosses on public land in Utah violate the First Amendment. But one justice says the court has left the topic in legal limbo.
Clean energy projects in California are thriving. But environmentalists worry about impact of clean energy companies on Mojave Desert.
Johnny Depp's animated comedy 'Rango' comes to DVD, PBS's 'Masterpiece Mystery!' follows an Italian detective, Placido Domingo sings in a very special presentation of Verdi's Rigoletto, and more recommendations.
On November 8 and 9, the quarter-mile-wide asteroid 2005 YU55 will zoom past the Earth, coming within about 200,000 miles, a distance closer than our moon.