The Interior Department has approved the Cape Wind project, clearing the way for the first offshore wind power in the US.
Haystack, an encryption software custom made to help the Iranian opposition evade official attempts to censor the Internet, is giving some regime opponents hope of organizing and making progress online.
With a high-speed passenger rail network proposed for the US, companies are gearing up to build the equipment on American soil.
Twitter was hacked by the 'Iranian Cyber Army,' an unknown group. Though its website indicated no links with Iran authorities, a Farsi poem on its page suggests that those who were behind the message could have been loyalists to Iran's Islamic system of rule.
Ties may be fraying: Russia announced another delay in Bushehr, the Iran nuclear plant it is building, and has refused to fulfill a contract to supply advanced missiles.
'Senior' from the reality TV show 'American Chopper' has invented a zero-emission hog. It's 'Easy Rider' minus the ear-splitting roar (and greenhouse gases).
Web and social media are helping protesters, but government censors are catching up.
It charged the son of a former leader with laundering kickbacks and is investigating other prominent figures.