In a landmark ruling, a federal court in Manhattan has granted families of 9/11 victims the right to sue Saudi Arabian government over sponsoring the
Latest polls on President Obama’s popularity show that most Americans, who took part in the poll, gave him a low rating on his job performance.
Scientists from Australia have discovered that kimberlites – rocks known commonly for bearing diamonds – underlie the ice in Antarctica. Radio Australia reports that
One of the best news of the year that I had missed is acknowledgment of Edward Snowden’s achievement by by the Sam Adams Associates. Whistleblower
India’s political leadership as well as Indian public is reacting strongly to the arrest of a female Indian diplomat in New York City last week.
Advocates of gay rights in India held public protests, as reported yesterday by The Guardian, after the Supreme Court of India overturned a 2009 ruling
by Steven P. Unger If you have ever walked the dark, rainy streets of the French Quarter at night, you have seen the voodoo shops
Famous Hollywood star Paul Walker died today in a car crash in Valencia, CA. According to Chicago Tribune, Walker was 40 and known primarily for
Worried about the safety of tiger population in India, animal rights activists are asking Indian prime minister, Shri Manmohan Singh, to protect India’s tigers from
Alicia Graef celebrates the landmark victory in saving seals from cruel corporate exploitation as she hails the World Trade Organization’s decision to uphold the EU’s