Oprah Winfrey toured an encampment for Haitians displaced by a massive 2010 earthquake, part of her new mission to see "profound examples of what can be done to make a difference in the world."
When the campus website crashed Thursday, students were still able to send and receive tweets -- particularly on a feed maintained by The Collegiate Times.
Frederick City officials say 3.5 million gallons of raw sewage spilled into Carroll Creek after a waste water treatment plant lost power for about nine hours.
The cost to restore power after the October snowstorm will be more than $200 million, double the initial estimate.
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At VMWorld and at Open Mobile Summit this year, VMware showed off a new product currently code-named Horizon. While some websites are calling Horizon a mobile platform that creates a “phone within a phone,” Horizon is much more than that. Think of whatever computing device you have in your hands as a window to your applications and data.
The Occupy movement is focusing on the ports as the "economic engines for the elite."
Japan is spending $29 million from its supplementary budget for tsunami reconstruction to fund the country's annual whaling hunt.
The severe tornado outbreaks in Mississippi and Alabama in April 2011 clearly tested the response programs of many businesses, with significant damage to infrastructure, the need for additional recovery resources and widespread destruction. This...
An outing of luxury sportscar enthusiasts in Japan ended in an expensive freeway pileup — smashing a stunning eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini and two Mercedes.
The goal of the bank's Financial Policy Committee "is to insure as far as possible we make the U.K. financial system resilient."
A reported cyberattack on a water district in central Illinois turned out to be a false alarm set off when an American contractor logged onto the system remotely while vacationing in Russia.
State volcanologist Surono says Mount Gamalama spewed clouds of thick gray ash into the air late Sunday.
In response to the report, Northeast Utilities has named a new senior vice president for emergency preparedness.