In a story today, the Associated Press talks to an anonymous Air Force official, who said the virus that attacked the Pentagon's drone program last month was common malware and wasn't designed to specifically infect the aircraft.
Raj Rajaratnam was once one of the wealthiest hedge fund managers in the world. Now, the former billionaire and Galleon Group co-founder faces 11 years in prison for his role in an insider trading case. A judge in Manhattan handed out the sentence Thursday morning.
Food fresh from the farm is undeniably appealing. Raw milk enthusiasts take it one step further: They like their milk fresh from the cow — skipping pasteurization.
But it's illegal to sell raw milk in stores in most U.S. states, and fans have been known to go to great lengths to buy dairy in its purest form. Last year, we told you about one Maryland mom who regularly drives almost two hours to a farm in Pennsylvania to buy unpasteurized milk for her family — paying $5 to $7 per gallon.
Bill Strickland has biked all over the world, but he remembers best one sharp curve near his home with his daughter in the rear saddle of a tandem bike. The editor-at-large from Bicycling talks about the magazine's collection, "The Ride Of Your Life."
After years of turmoil from a flailing auto industry, dwindling population and crumbling infrastructure, there are signs of hope in Detroit. Car makers are making money, home values are rising, and the Lions and Tigers are winning. But Detroit faces a long-term struggle to reinvent itself.
The Quds force is an elite unit of Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps. Experts believe the force has trained proxy groups such as Hezbollah, Hamas and Iraqi Shia insurgents. If the allegations are true, this would mark the first time the Quds force has gone after a target on U.S. soil.
"What we know is that an individual of Iranian-American descent was involved in a plot to assassinate the ambassador to the United States from Saudi Arabia, and we also know that he had direct links, was paid by and directed by individuals in the Iranian government," President Obama just said.
Teenagers can, in fact, make some mature decisions when it comes to sex.
The latest government data show that 8 of 10 teen males used a condom the first time they had sex, an increase of 9 percentage points since 2002.
The findings, released yesterday, come from the National Survey of Family Growth, conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention between 2006 and 2010. The data were gathered from in-person interviews with 4,600 teenagers across the country.