One of the Supreme Court’s most anticipated cases of its current term — a challenge to the University of Texas’ affirmative action admissions process — has ended with a ruling that does not revisit the fundamental issue of whether such programs discriminate against whites.
We don’t know how, but we missed a major scandal brewing in the Navy for decades. It’s important, so even if we’re a little late to the story we still wanted to point it out: Cap’n Crunch is an impostor.
Gay-rights activists have welcomed a decision by a Christian ministry dedicated to “curing” homosexuals to shut its doors, praising the organization’s president for his “integrity and authenticity” in offering an apology for the group’s actions.
In preparation for a complete exit from Afghanistan by the end of 2014, the U.S. military has destroyed more than 170 million pounds’ worth of military equipment, The Washington Post reported.
Because of flooding that could prove historic, authorities in Calgary, Canada, have ordered 100,000 people in 22 communities across the city to evacuate their homes.
President Obama will soon unveil a plan that will put limits on the carbon emissions of existing power plants, the administration’s top energy adviser said on Wednesday.
The White House and NASA are seeking the public’s help in hunting for asteroids that could someday smash into Earth.
In a reversal of the company’s previous position, Microsoft announced Wednesday that its forthcoming Xbox One gaming console would no longer require a regular Internet connection and would not restrict used or shared games.
The United Nations Refugee Commission says more than 45.2 million people were in “situations of displacement” around the world as of last year — the most since 1994.
Women in America’s armed services will have new options for what units they can join in coming years, the Pentagon says.