Seven "keys" have been handed out to a trusted circle of people who might get called upon to "save" the Internet in the aftermath of a cyber attack.
Queen Elizabeth II will today address the United Nations for the first time since 1957. But the British government's austerity measures have cut the monarchy's budget, and some see this trip as the Queen's last international hurrah.
Drug recall: Five lots of Tylenol and Benadryl have been added to an expanding recall, after customers have complained of a moldy odor emanating from the pills.
A bill in the House of Representatives would change the 14th amendment to the US Constitution that grants anyone who is born on US soil the right of American citizenship. Efforts to revoke birthright citizenship could make it the new flashpoint in the debate over immigration.
In the second Tylenol recall of 2010, an arm of Johnson and Johnson has to refund buyers of over-the-counter drugs because of factory problems.
Climate experts insist leaked e-mails don’t undercut the science showing a warming planet. But public concern about global climate change is waning as delegates prepare to craft an international agreement at Copenhagen.
This week's meeting of the Organization of American States could pave to way to Cuba's reentry into the group after nearly 50 years – and toward lifting the US embargo.
The president's high approval ratings in a new poll suggest that Americans appreciate his cooperative approach to world affairs.
Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent was ranked 54,295 on Friday.