The French government has unveiled a modest stimulus plan focusing on new technology and ecology, in an attempt to boost an economy that's back in recession and is weighing on overall European prospects.
There's little wonder why George Orwell's novel "1984" is seeing a resurgence in sales.
A new University-hosted database has tracked over 11,000 flights by more than 120 aircraft linked by past investigations to renditions.
A test launch of an unmanned rocket that would eventually help carry supplies to the International Space Station has been rescheduled.
A private company contracted by the U.S. space agency to make supply runs to the International Space Station scrubbed a Wednesday test launch of an unmanned rocket, saying cables linked to the rocket's second stage apparently ...
NASA says a private company can conduct a test launch this week of an unmanned rocket intended to help eventual supply runs to the International Space Station.
Could Michael Dell lose it all? With a bidding war now underway for Dell, efforts by its founder to regain control of the once-mighty computer maker could be backfiring.
The head of NASA says federal spending cuts could eventually slow progress on commercial efforts to fly to space.
(AP)—The University of New Mexico is talking to several private companies about the possibility of collaborating on a bid to manage the $2.4 billion Sandia National Laboratories.