Google’s never-ending battle with European laws and regulations continues this week.
Russia has the right to deploy nuclear weapons in the Crimean peninsula, which it seized from Ukraine in March, a top Russian official said Monday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a series of diplomatic consultations in Rome on Monday, attempting to build opposition to a planned Palestinian appeal to the United Nations for statehood.
The Folio Prize, founded to re-elevate the literary component of literary prizes, has announced its long list for 2014. It's a long, long, long list: 80 books.
As you’ve probably heard by now, this year’s UN climate change conference has produced an agreement, the “Lima Accord.” The Accord invites each of the nearly 200 negotiating countries to develop an “intended nationally determined contribution” (INDC) to reduce its GHG emissions. Show More Summary
The Washington Post recently had a column arguing that even climate advocates and scientists are in denial, for thinking that we can have economic growth and still fight climate change. is that true? It’s useful to take some time to think through what we mean by economic growth and how that relates to carbon emissions. […]
What a wacky idea -- remove barriers to birth control, and women will choose safe, effective methods of contraception!
Andrew Luck sure knows how to get into opposing players' heads.
"Mad Men" is coming to an end next year, but at least one cast member already has her post-'60s plans set. Christina Hendricks is joining the cast of "Roadies," the Showtime pilot to be directed by Cameron Crowe.
Dave Allen, formerly vice president of sales and marketing for Auto Club Speedway, was promoted to president of the Fontana track, its parent, International Speedway Corp., announced Monday.
Peter Karavedas, a former head coach at Pasadena Maranatha, confirmed on Monday that he's the new head coach at Fullerton Sunny Hills.
Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, have released holiday pictures of wee Prince George, just in time for Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa -- in that order, incidentally.
Disappearing beaches, erosion, and buildings toppling into the sea are just a few problems citizens of Shishmaref, AK are dealing with due to climate change.
Ronnie Price signed with the Lakers over the summer without a guarantee he'd make the team.
It's hard enough to win a bowl game with a junior or senior playing quarterback, but Redlands East Valley is trying to pull it off with a sophomore, Armando Herrera, handling the offense.
Gentrification is an issue in only a very small handful of urban neighborhoods, according to a new report. The real problem is areas of "concentrated poverty," which are large and growing.
A big defense bill that passed last week contained a little provision that will speed up permitting for fracking projects on BLM land.
It's going to be quite a celebration in the Price gym prior to the game against Gahr on Jan. 6 at 7 p.m., because that's when Price will honor former standout player Allen Crabbe by retiring his jersey number.
UCLA linebacker Eric Kendricks added the Lott IMPACT Trophy to his collection Sunday.
It seems nothing can hold Lapo Elkann back.