Aerial photos from above the Gulf of Mexico show otherworldly seas, as chemical dispersants mix with oil in an attempt to contain spreading spill. See some of the most fascinating photos from above.
There’s nothing quite so frustrating for foreign fans of U.S. TV to be denied the chance to watch the latest episodes of their favorite shows at the same time as their American cousins. Thankfully, when it comes to this Sunday’s …
“I think it is important to send a clear message to North Korea that provocative actions have consequences,”
— HILLARY CLINTON, U.S. secretary of state, condemning North Korea’s torpedoing of a South Korean warship in …
Bored at work? Use your computer to watch environmental destruction as it happens. Happy Friday!
Caffeine enthusiasts — you’ve been warned. One coffee machine is taking aim at countertops and cabinets across the country.
Hold onto your hats: Lady Gaga is coming for you. The sultry songstress wants to undertake an internship with renowned hat designer Philip Treacy.
Did anyone ever think the Civil War and Facebook could be fused together?
At one time, photographs told the story of freak storms and deadly weather. Now, it’s insant YouTube footage of what some Oklahoma City residents are calling “the most insane hail storm, or storm in general, I have ever seen!”
It’s been 30 years since the devastating eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington. Here’s a photo brief history of the volcano and the aftermath.
Indiana Congressman Mark Souder announced on Tuesday that he will be resigning his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, admitting an affair with a member of his staff. Here’s the lowdown on Souder’s career.
From TIME’s Assignment: Detroit blog, reporter Steve Gray puts into context the shooting of a 7-year-old girl by Detroit police during a raid on Sunday. (via Assignment: Detroit)
After nearly a month of hand-wringing, finger-pointing, and head-scratching over the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, British Petroleum is finally reporting something worth some back-slapping.