Using robots to probe the interior of the Fukushima nuclear power plant, Japanese officials have detected a record-high level of radiation inside the plant, limiting what human workers will be able to do to repair the damage.
A judge at an international court in the Hague has found two Croatian generals guilty of murder and other crimes against Serbs, stemming back to the war between the former Yugoslavian states in the early 90s.
A series of research papers show there are 7,000 stillborn babies born every day, with 98% of the stillbirths occurring in low- to middle-income nations.
Japan has raised the level of nuclear threat to seven, which is the same as the level of the Chernobyl disaster.
The President of Belarus says that 11 people were killed and hundreds injured in an explosion in the metro system of the capital city, Minsk.
It seems that IKEA’s new American factory has some serious problems.
The United Nations has reported finding more than 100 bodies in Cote d’Ivoire.
According to a new poll, 46% of likely Republican voters in the state of Mississippi think that interracial marriage should be illegal.
New research has discovered bacteria in Indian tap water that is resistant to antibiotics, including bacteria that cause cholera and pneumonia.
An earthquake with a magnitude of more than 7 hit off the coast of Japan today, setting off tsunami warnings and fears of even more damage to the already-devastated nation.
Libyan rebel forces are saying that NATO bombers killed at least 13 rebel fighters after they mistakenly attacked a group trying to take some vehicles and weaponry discarded by Col. Gadhafi’s forces.
Because the workers at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant are, in fact, awesome, they’ve plugged the reactor leak with a mixture of sawdust, newspaper, concrete and a type of liquid glass.
If you find yourself incredulous that slavery could still exist in modern day America, you need to read this story.
Tests conducted on water being dumped into the Pacific Ocean near the Fukushima nuclear power plant have found levels of radioactivity millions of times more than is normal in water.
Here’s a selection of President Obama’s promises about reducing nuclear weapons and the threat of nuclear destruction.