The Pentagon has for the first time identified Beijing directly for cyberattacks against both U.S. government networks and commercial computers, calling the practice a “serious concern.”
The Solar Impulse, an airplane traveling across the United States using only solar power, is in Phoenix today, after reaching Arizona from California Saturday.
Firefighters in Southern California are welcoming the latest weather forecast, as lower temperatures and higher humidity could help them control the Camarillo Springs Fire.
Chris Kelly, who rose to fame in the early ’90s as half of the young rap duo Kris Kross, died Wednesday in Atlanta. He was 34.
As the U.S. considers a “spectrum of military options” it could take to assist the groups battling against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, the Obama administration is leaning toward giving lethal arms to some of those rebels, a senior administration official has told NPR’s Kelly McEvers.
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is faced with a new crisis: a flood of highly radioactive wastewater that workers are struggling to contain.”
“I didn’t set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport,” National Basketball Association center Jason Collins writes in a Sports Illustrated essay posted Monday, “but since I am, I’m happy to start the conversation.”
Several arrests have been made in connection with the collapse of an illegally constructed garment factory in Bangladesh last week that killed at least 380 people outside the capital, Dhaka. Meanwhile, rescuers say they have given up hope of finding anyone else alive.
Dying on the job continues at a steady pace according to the latest statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
China says Japan’s decision to participate in joint military exercises with the United States will not dampen its resolve to defend its claim to a disputed island chain that has been a recurring source of tension between the Asian neighbors.