Peer-pressure on the social network drove 340,000 people to the polls in 2010, a new study has found.
Research in The New England Journal of Medicine has shown that Truvada has the ability to effectively prevent the spread of HIV infection. But will it?
The group of Catholic holy women spent two weeks on the road to protest cuts to social services proposed by Republican budget guru Paul Ryan.
Santorum was the star attraction, but he had a lot of competition from the sideshow at the annual festival of conservative thinking.
With the rise of e-readers, anxiety mounts about the future of underlining and scribbling in books
Protests hit Iraq as public outrage against Maliki's abuses rises
The street-artist-turned-national-celebrity speaks about his torrid love affair with New York and the fine line between legal and "extra-legal" public art.
Andres Duany, the father of New Urbanism, talks about "gold-plated" environmentalism, the problem with suburban teenagers, and why democracy can't be trusted to build smart cities.
Torture in Iraq's prisons illuminates the country's sectarian divide, but the scars and consequences run much deeper
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