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"Extortion" is an ugly word to describe an ugly art, and nobody is better at extortion than those wild and crazy guys in Pyongyang. But who's crazier than foolish marks who fall all over themselves to submit, like sheep for shearing, to an extortionist's evil scheme?
Defense Department scientists are set to conduct a second test launch next year of the Falcon HTV-2 experimental superweapon after the first flight this year ended when the autopilot deliberately crashed the unmanned glider into the ocean as a safety measure.
"What is there to give thanks for, anyways?" That was the provocative question posed by the featured speaker on Thanksgiving Day 1968 at Kehilath Jeshurun, one of the largest Orthodox synagogues in Manhattan.
Leonardo DiCaprio braved scary skies to get to a summit devoted to saving the worlds' tigers, donating $1 million to the cause and earning high praise from Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
For all the high-tech tools and tactics employed in these computer crimes, platoons of low-level human foot soldiers, known as "money mules," are the indispensable cogs in the cybercriminals' money machine.
A first-of-its-kind NASA study is finding nice cool lakes are heating up _ even faster than air.
Thursday's editorial "Why START now?" (Comment & Analysis) made some excellent points regarding why the Senate should not hurry to approve the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.
Federal prosecutors in Belgium said Tuesday 10 suspects have been detained in an anti-terror sweep in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
As the Obama administration has suggested, one of the most urgent tasks facing Congress is Senate ratification of the New START treaty between the United States and Russia. The key player on the Republican side is Sen. Jon Kyl of Arizona, who suggested last week that there may not be time to give the agreement the consideration it merits during the lame-duck session. But there is still a chance for the administration to bring Mr. Kyl around or persuade a sufficient number of his Republican colleagues to break ranks with him and vote for the treaty.