Italy may be Libya's biggest economic friend, but many of the world's most powerful countries, including China, France, and the U.K., buy oil from the country
The fall in production in Libya, a decent sized exporter of oil, is causing ripples in the world's energy markets
Summit, a hybrid coffee shop and startup incubator in San Francisco's Mission District, may be a new model for the country
The government agency will stop asking for social media information for 45 days, following an ACLU letter and negative press
An innovative diver died yesterday, but his work lives on through underwater films.
Muamarr Qaddafi delivered his speech near a sculpture he commissioned as a symbol of his rejection of American power
"We also need to solve the Pakistan problem. And Korea doesn't seem to be going well. Are you coming up with proposals for me to send around? Thanks."
A Communist Party-affiliated tabloid has taken down a story it ran on the creator of China's Internet filtering scheme
If you want to try this at home, journalist Mike Cooper has posted a step-by-step guide to building your own cake
As our digital and physical lives merge, we need common sense guidelines for how much bosses should be allowed to snoop
The bigger they are, the harder they fall -- and the smoke stacks of the 284 West Power House at Hanford are big
A look at data compiled by ShareThis, a company that makes the little icons that sit above posts like this one on one million sites
They want to leave. You want them to leave. But they just can't help themselves.
James Parker's brilliant novel, Cocky the Fox, is proof-of-concept that serialization can work on the Internet
A Livescribe-like pen from Android brings new (but expensive) possibilities to the rapidly expanding tablet market
Brown's "It's a Man's World" is fascinating for its contrast between two versions of how society and technology interact
Accompanied by coronal mass ejections, the flares occur when the sun's magnetic field gets stretched to a breaking point