America Just Finished 46th in a Press Freedom Contest
Despite the embarrassing result, the birthplace of the 1st Amendment did manage to come in one spot ahead of Haiti.
Fukushima Radioactive Fallout in Alaska. Wildlife Health Implications
Scientists present links between unusual Alaska seal deaths and Fukushima fallout — Skin lesions, hair loss, lethargy — ‘Pulsed release’ whe
Bill Moyers: "That sound you hear is the shredding of the social contract"
Dark money, voter suppression, and a widening gap between the rich and poor threaten our democracy.
Closed Microsoft inevitably leads to unclosable back doors: FSF | ZDNet
The foundation behind the promotion of free and open source software says it is impossible to have a true chain of trust without the ability
In Case You Missed It: Bird steals camera, poses for selfies
A sea eagle in Australia steals a camera and captures a 70-mile journey to the middle of nowhere, where the bird poses for a few selfies.
Diagnosis for Healthcare.gov: Unrealistic Technology Expectations | MIT ...
The website for the Affordable Care Act was doomed by an inordinately complex setup that tried to link disparate databases in real time.
Generic drug maker did nothing to address inspector's concerns
CBS News investigation reports how generic drug manufacturer Ranbaxy faked data on the effectiveness of their generics
The real story behind the phony canceled health insurance plan scandal
Insurance companies ripped off Americans for years with lousy health plans. Obamacare was designed to fix that.
Arctic Temperatures Highest in at Least 44,000 Years
Unprecedented warming has taken place in the Arctic. But just how unprecedented? New research shows that temperatures over the last century
Climateer Investing: "World likely to have 11 trillionaires within two g...
In the past year, aggregate global household wealth increased by 4.9% to reach $241 trillion, a sign that even as the tepid economic recover
Forget Polar Bears — Warming Will Hit the Tropics First
In the next 10 years, the tropics will undergo "unprecedented" climate change effects, long before the Arctic sees big shifts, according to