In an exclusive interview with NPR, South Korea's President Lee Myung-bak speaks about opposition to a free trade agreement with the United States. Facing declining popularity, he also addresses criticism that his policy on North Korea is too...
Austrian economist Friedrich Hayek's arguments for free-market capitalism and against socialism and central planning made him a popular figure in 1940s America and again today. His book got a boost last year when Glenn Beck discussed it on air...
Those who have been camped in Zuccotti Park for two months can return after it has been cleaned. But they can't bring tents and sleeping bags. "They will have to occupy the space with the power of their arguments," says Mayor Michael...
In New York, police moved Occupy Wall Street protesters out of the park they had been camping in.
Former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky admits to showering with young boys, but says he there was no "intent of sexual contact." Meanwhile, The New York Times reports that more possible victims have contacted authorities.
So far this year, there have been shortages of more than 200 drugs, including treatments for cancer and high blood pressure. Cancer drugs have been hit the worst, and an analysis estimates 550,000 patients in the U.S. have been affected.
Meanwhile, wholesale prices dipped thanks to a sharp drop in energy costs.
There's a lot going wrong and not much in the way of positive news to look forward to, say David Wessel of The Wall Street Journal and Zanny Minton Beddoes of The Economist.
A German designer's recipe: Take sour, organic milk; extract the protein casein; heat it; mix it with a few other ingredients; spin everything into threads. The result: fabric that feels like silk.
Growing vegetables has never, in recent memory, been quite so cool, or so attractive to the young and well-educated. But many aspiring farmers lack hard, cold cash for land and farm equipment, a survey found.