The NASA robot won't find life on the red planet, but it's a new light for science.
The question will surely be asked: Why go to Mars with all the problems we have on Earth? The question is relevant and deserves an answer. The Curiosity robot's landing in the Gale crater — a hole close to the neighboring planet's [Read more]
The U.N. nuclear watchdog said Thursday that North Korea has made "significant progress" in the construction of a new light-water reactor (LWR).
Obama vs. Romney: This is the eighth presidential campaign since I’ve come to the United States. On the eve of the Democratic Convention, nothing is in play.
There are at least four statements that my Democrat friends cannot say this year, and I sense that that makes them sick.
1. “Mitt Romney is an idiot” [Read more]
Before the conventions that will officially nominate candidates for the U.S. presidential election, Barack Obama has wind in his sails.
A few days before the Republican Convention in Tampa, Florida from August 27 to 30, which will honor his adversary, Mitt Romney, the situation couldn't be more favorable for Barack [Read more]
<i>Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney believes that Latin America is a region under threat, and that Cuba and Venezuela are leading an anti-North American group that "seeks to undermine institutions of democratic governance" and the free market.</i>
"Chavez's days are numbered. If his subsidies to Cuba and [Read more]
I think a lot of Europeans don’t realize how religious American society is. It results from many things but it seems to me the most important is that America has religion and religious identity very deeply embedded in its roots. The first colonists who settled in North America in the 17th century were in large part [Read more]