A Saudi writer of self-help books has urged his 97,000 Twitter followers to sexually molest women cashiers in order to dissuade them from working.
First, there were only a handful of cranky Tory backbenchers and libertarian Nigel Farage who were receptive in the 2000s to the growing popular discontent over the way the European Union was being run.
The pro-Syria regime group, Syrian Electronic Army, hacked into the news site and Twitter feed of the Financial Times on Friday.
The international Islamist political movement called the Muslim Brotherhood is set to open offices in the rebel-held areas of Syria for the first time since the nation's Baathist rulers crushed it there decades ago.
"America: Taking it back starts now" heralds the newly reinvented National Republican Congressional Committee website, which jolted to life Saturday and is an aggressive poke at a bullying Democratic presence that now commands much voter attention online.
Stocks reversed an early rise on Wall Street Monday as traders returned to worrying about the European economy.
The mysterious death by hanging of a 31-year-old U.S. citizen in Singapore has his family asking questions over what it has described as the many discrepancies in how, where and why the young electrical engineer died, and has raised questions for authorities in two countries.
Entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and social media experts from Silicon Valley are planning a "virtual march" on Washington to push lawmakers to open the doors for businesses to hire immigrants who are skilled in the engineering field.
Defense Secretary-designate Chuck Hagel's views on the military budget correspond with those of Pentagon chief Leon E. Panetta, who opposes automatic spending cuts that are set to begin March 1, according to a source close to the Senate confirmation process.