As Adam Frank has said over on the 13.7 blog, “Earth and Mars have been swapping spit (astrobiologically speaking) for eons … [and] it is entirely possible we were Earth’s first alien invasion.”
As it lays the groundwork for a potential military strike against Syria, the Obama administration says it is all but certain that President Bashar Assad used chemical weapons against his own people last week.
The percentage of U.S. undergrads who rely on the federal government for financial aid soared above 50 percent in the most recent survey from the National Center for Education Statistics.
In Australia, former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer, a noted advocate of gun control, is telling people to stay away from America.
The Voyager 1 spacecraft launched in 1977 on a mission to Jupiter and Saturn. It kept on going. Today it’s billions of miles from Earth, and scientists have been predicting it will soon leave the solar system.
A man who claimed sexual abuse by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has reached a multimillion-dollar settlement with the university, the first of numerous such claims expected to be resolved in the coming days.
The smell of chocolate boosts book sales, according to a study by Belgian researchers published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology
- Thursday at 10:00 pm - The Secretaries of Defense series was initiated in 1983. This year’s conference was held February 28 at The Bailey Center at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. David Gergen, Senior Political Analyst for CNN, and former presidential advisor who served during the administrations of Clinton, Reagan, Ford, and Nixon will [...]
President Obama on Wednesday launched another effort to lay out his vision for with a midday speech at Knox College in Galesburg, Ill., in which he hit themes familiar to those who followed his 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns.
The Proceedings of the Royal Society politely refers to it as a “short-snouted horned dinosaur.”