Is Obama flipping off John McCain just like he flipped off Hillary in the primaries?
One of Osama bin Laden’s sons, who made headlines last year when he married a British woman, is seeking asylum in Spain, the government said Tuesday.
Election officials worry about technology breakdowns, flawed voter lists and other problems. Early voting and absentee ballots help ease the crush, but it's time to seriously consider an idea that has emerged this year -- drive-through voting.
The generator uses the energy gained from compression, braking, going downhill, and even bumps on the road. For this the design makes use of a tower of piezoelectric chips as shock absorbers. These chips, when moved in any manner generate electricity, which in turn charges a portable storage unit for your everyday power needs.
CNN has started using some pretty interesting imaging technology in covering this year’s presidential campaign. On Tuesday, they “beamed” CNN’s own Jessica Yellin as well as rap singer Will.i.am from a distant location to the CNN studios and make them appear as if they were in the room and talking to Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper.
A possible ban on text messaging while driving is being explored by city officials, according to a newspaper report.
The city of Austin's public safety task force approved a resolution Monday that the City Council ask City Manager Marc Ott and his staff to develop a proposal, vet it and bring it back to the council for consideration.
Abandoned buildings, properties and places take on remarkably different aesthetic character and are treated differently from one culture to the next - particularly in Asian nations where beliefs about the cultural role of architecture or the whims of a dictator can vary greatly.
Somebody made an unfortunate spelling error when they designed their gate in the country. E for Effort, F for Failure!
Voting for the lesser of evils is still evil.
I predict that Barack Obama will be elected the next President of the United States, principally upon a wave of disapproval of the status quo by a great many voters. Given the unmitigated disaster of the last eight years, with the seemingly unending no-win, undeclared wars, and with fears of an economic collapse, it is understandable that voters look to ...