Whether you know it as Veterans Day here in the U.S. or as Remembrance Day in Commonwealth countries, we think you’ll agree that something remarkable happened on this Nov. 11 in England.
Despite the fact that a marathon negotiating session over Iran’s nuclear program came up empty, international diplomats tried to put a positive spin on reaching a deal on Iran’s nuclear program.
An organization representing 40,000 private schools in Pakistan says it has decided to ban I Am Malala, a memoir written by Malala Yousafzai, the teenager shot by the Taliban for promoting the education of girls.
Some of the classified documents leaked by Edward Snowden were acquired using the credentials of other NSA workers
Many health insurers must treat coverage of mental health and substance abuse in the same way they handle treatments for physical illness, according to a new rule issued Friday by the Obama administration.
A federal judge on Friday issued a ruling that may cause a “fundamental change in scholarship rules and the concept of amateurism” in NCAA basketball and football, USA Today reports.
The Philippines is just now starting to assess the damage caused by the landfall of one of the most powerful tropical cyclones in recorded history.
Nass’s work on multitasking was just one part of how he examined the way people interact with technology. He also wrote books about voice recognition software, and the ways people think about computers and television.
“Expectations are really going up quickly” in Geneva, Switzerland, that negotiators could announce Friday that they’ve reached a “first-step agreement that contains the first real limits on Iran’s nuclear program in nearly a decade,” NPR’s Peter Kenyon reports on Morning Edition.
In addition to his apology, the president pledged to help those who have complained that the new law is forcing them to sign up for a more expensive plan.