LulzSec and Anonymous have joined forces, and "any government or agency" is the target.
Twitter and Facebook were flooded with posts from Egyptian women and men in a June 20 online campaign calling for an end to Egypt's notoriously rampant sexual harassment of women.
Tennis, always of interest for the on-court sartorial choices of its players, kicked it up a notch at the Women's Tennis Association's Pre-Wimbledon Party in London on June 16. American Bethanie Mattek-Sands turned heads in a tennis-ball confection whipped up by Lady Gaga's designer, Alex Noble.
NASA's Messenger probe, the first spacecraft ever to orbit Mercury, has already taken more than 20,000 images.
Dozens of Saudi Arabian women defied the Kingdom's ban against women behind the wheel today. Have they struck a blow for equal rights?
Black hole fires beams at Earth while destroying star: a massive black hole has been discovered devouring a star, causing the star to shoot beams of energy at Earth. The event is thought to occur only once every 100 million years.
A study of the genomes of two families has found that the number of mutations thought to occur each generation had been overestimated, suggesting that the pace of human evolution is slower than scientists had thought.