Sikhs, who wear distinctive clothing as acts of faith, have been on high alert in America since the 9/11 attacks, bracing for violence whenever there is a surge in anti-Muslim rhetoric.
Around the world on Tuesday, civilians and scientists alike took advantage of the rare transit of Venus across the sun.
Artist Thomas Kinkade, who died Friday, produced idyllic scenes that became a huge commercial success. 'I'm trying to bring light to penetrate the darkness many people feel,' he said.
A federal raid on the marijuana businesses of Richard Lee has convinced the legal-marijuana leader to take a step back. It could mark an important moment for the movement.
Last season’s popular Facebook fantasy football app was developed in Karachi, Pakistan, a city known more for its chronic ethnic and sectarian bloodshed than football.
The US Geological Survey reports the magnitude-4.0 quake struck at 5:33 a.m. Monday and was centered 8 miles northeast of San Francisco in the city of El Cerrito.
A Berkeley study conducted seven tests to gauge the ethical behaviors of different economic classes. It finds that the rich are more likely to cut somebody off in traffic and lie to get ahead.
'Love, InshAllah' challenges pre-conceived notions about Muslim women and love
The Facebook IPO will make some people very rich, but social-media experts suggest that it could force Facebook to put profits over user experience – and that could cause problems.
Green energy has long aimed to overthrow fossil fuel's stranglehold on world power generation. But for now, Silicon Valley is taking green energy down a different path.