Could Chemical Weapons Get The U.S. Involved in Syria?

You’ve heard this before. Worries about the proliferation of dangerous weapons and the erratic behavior of a dictator prompt the U.S. to consider putting boots on the ground. Iraq? Try one country over.Syria’s Bashar al-Assad has tried for the past…

Ed Schultz Mocks Fox Over ‘Lorax,’ Claims Hollywood Has No Liberal Agenda

Watching The Ed Show on MSNBC can spur guessing games. Is Ed Schultz seeking to make Xerox copies of liberal anti-Fox blogs? Or is he trying to suck up to his bosses at NBC Universal? On Thurs…

U.S. pushes for deal on Egypt workers

The United States is having "intense discussions" with the Egyptian government to resolve the case of 16 American overseas aid workers facing charges as part of an Egyptian crackdown on nongovernmental organizations, a senior administration o…

Romney, Santorum tout conservative credentials

Top GOP rivals Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum blasted each others’ backgrounds and flexed their own conservative muscles ahead of a critical contest in Michigan.

What you see is what you hear: Exploring the McGurk effect [video]

We put an incredible amount of faith in the adage that “Seeing is believing,” yet how often does the bossy sense of sight lead us astray?
What you see is apparently what you get, at least when it comes to distinguishing sounds such as ‘v’…

Old Publishers Dive Into The New: Pearson Inks API Billing Deal With Zuora; Adds Food To The Mix

Pearson, the owners of Penguin, the Financial Times Group and a number of education imprints, has made some significant strides into digital with e-books and apps, but it is always on the hunt for more.

So today the publisher is announcing that it is …