Many say the successful rescue of 'Los 33' after their 69-day plight is made for Hollywood, but Chileans are cautious about how their society will be portrayed.
June 30 marks the second annual Social Media Day. It is organized, naturally, via social media to celebrate the revolution in the way humanity communicates. Here's how to join in.
Readers write on America's health-care reform fantasies and question the focus on elite vacations in a recent Monitor cover story.
Steve Jobs will be asked to testify under oath in an upcoming antitrust case. The Apple CEO is currently on medical leave, but the judge says he wants to hear from Steve Jobs himself.
The tsunami created by Japan's 8.9 earthquake has now hit the West Coast. Early reports suggest that two California towns – Crescent City and Santa Cruz – have been hit hardest.
Readers write in about Congress's tea party class, the debate over 'rights' under the Constitution, and health care reform.
Riders in the Pro Stock class cross the starting line during the East Coast SnoCross at Rockingham Park, Saturday, in Salem, N.H.
The 13th- and 14th-century Mongol invasion of Asia decreased global carbon dioxide by less than 0.1 part per million, researchers have found.