Topic: Nobel Prize
This essay collection by former New Yorker editor Robert Gottlieb pairs insights on art with a taste for scandal.
05/20/2011 07:05 am
A $2 billion particle detector, newly installed on the International Space Station, begins its search for antimatter, dark matter, quarks, and more.
05/19/2011 10:20 pm
Dominique Strauss-Kahn was arrested only two days ago, but the jockeying for his post is under way. Could a non-European win the influential job?
05/17/2011 05:47 pm
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If voters approve Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa's proposals in the May 7 referendum vote, he will be allowed to designate judges and magistrates, and the remaining independent media will come under his authority. He will have established a 'perfect dictatorship' in Ecuador.
05/04/2011 10:42 am
An early warning system for climate change, even if it seems over the top, can help minimize damage that might come later
04/22/2011 12:33 pm
Greg Mortenson, higly esteemed author and philanthropic constructor of schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan, has had his integrity called into question by a "60 Minutes" report.
04/18/2011 10:39 am
Eleven percent of the electorate was still undecided ahead of today's Peru election, a fact that could swing the vote away from leading candidate Ollanta Humala.
04/10/2011 10:39 am
Imprisoned former President Alberto Fujimori, current President Alan García, and Nobel Prize in Literature recipient Mario Vargas Llosa are replicating, in some ways, their own electoral circus from 20 years ago.
04/08/2011 11:31 am
US Energy Secretary Steven Chu discussed Japan's nuclear crisis, the clean-energy transition, and the future of nuclear power in the US at the Monitor breakfast April 1.
04/06/2011 01:55 pm