For Economists Saez and Piketty, the Buffett Rule Is Just a Start
Research by Emmanuel Saez and Thomas Piketty, two French economists known simply as Piketty-Saez in Washington, has provided the subtext to
One Town's War on Gay Teens | Politics News | Rolling Stone
In Michele Bachmann's home district, evangelicals have created an extreme anti-gay climate. After a rash of suicides, the kids are fighting
Fiscally-distressed country's king goes elephant hunting - Economy
What do you get a king whose country has 23% unemployment, rapidly rising bond yields and mounting sovereign debt problems? A secret, luxur
Arizona State Senate to Colleges: Get Rid of Those Non-G-Rated Professors!
At the same time the Supreme Court is poised to decide if FCC-imposed limits on "indecent" content in broadcast media are an anach
Architects float answers to rising seas around the world
Around the world, architects and city planners are exploring ways mankind and water may be able to coexist.
U.S.: North Korea agrees to suspend nuclear activities
The United States says North Korea has agreed to suspend uranium enrichment and a moratorium on nuclear, and long-range missile tests.
Clive Thompson on 3-D Printing's Legal Morass | Wired Design | Wired.com
Last winter, Thomas Valenty bought a MakerBot—an inexpensive 3-D printer that lets you quickly create plastic objects. His brother had some
Car of the future has wings - and $279,000 price tag
Anyone who has ever had to deal with New York traffic will likely drool over the unusual offering making its debut at the city's annual auto
Hank for Senate: Cat campaigns against George Allen, Tim Kaine for Va. seat
A new candidate has emerged in the U.S. Senate race, challenging George Allen (R) and Tim Kaine (D) with a single word: “Meow.”
J.K. Rowling to publish book for adults with Little, Brown
"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling will publish her first book for adults.
Seoul Food: Treating Your Idol to Lunch Is the True Test of Fandom
Fans of pop stars send their idols all sorts of crazy stuff. In South Korea, the true measure of a fan's devotion is sending lunch to the st
How $50,000 Can Bring People Happiness | Moneyland | TIME.com
A new poll by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion suggests that as little as $50,000 brings about genuine happiness.
Girl Scouts promote homosexuality and abortion, lawmaker says
Girl Scouts are dangerous -- and not just to your diet. At least that's what Indiana lawmaker Bob Morris says. He has labeled the Girls Scou