If you need baby-naming help, shove aside those endless books and websites. Now you can get your options served up by a faceless government organization.
“I would invite all Latin people to do nothing for about two weeks so you can see who really, really is running the economy… I am here to give voice to the invisible.”
—CARLOS SANTANA, musician, gives his take on the …
Is this the beginning of the real-life fashion police?
The State Department has proposed a new questionnaire form for U.S. Citizens who cannot supply a valid birth certificate.
Canadians need to be careful what they tweet about if they don’t want to end up with a fine of $25,000 or five years in jail.
Netherlands immigration laws require citizens to pass a difficult test demonstrating Dutch language fluency and cultural knowledge. (via TIME Video)
Talk about hitting below the belt.
Visiting the Library of Congress? Duck — there’s a hawk on the loose.
According to a union rep for the 33 trapped Chilean miners, the company that operates the mine has run out of money and can’t afford to pay the miners while they sit underground and wait to be rescued.
The Communist Manifesto isn’t the only book on the former Cuban dictator’s mantel.
Since September 11, 2001, the U.S. government has drastically increased its intelligence and counterterrorism forces. But according to a Washington Post report, “Top Secret America” has ballooned out of control.
An investigation by the Associated Press found that if you live in New Mexico and a few other states, your election data could be compromised.