• A Tale Told by Ancient Bones

    Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010

    With up to 90% of Kennewick Man's skeleton in hand, scientists are using every forensic technique at their disposal to find out how he lived, what he ate, what killed him and what happened to his body after he died

  • Kashmir - Military Build-up

    Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010

    Kashmir, the land of dispute between India and Pakistan, causes military build-up in both countries

  • Kashmir - Path to War

    Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010

    More than 1 million troops stand toe-to-toe along the 1,800-mile India-Pakistan border, with both sides saying they will fight, if necessary. It will not take much to light this tinderbox

  • Kashmir - Mapping the Conflict Between Pakistan and India

    Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010

    India and Pakistan have struggled over Kashmir for 54 years. Both claim the entire territory for their own

  • Hiroshima - Rain of Fire

    Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010

    The thread of nuclear annihilation begins

  • Saturn - A Look at the Rings

    Thursday, Sep. 02, 2010

    Made of ice and rock, the rings may be just tens of millions of years old - far younger than Saturn, which was formed 4.5 billion years ago. On a planetary scale they are paper think, perhaps half a mile thikc

  • Saturn - Fly Me to the Moons

    Thursday, Sep. 02, 2010

    Over the next four years, Cassini will explore nine of Saturn's 31 known moons. The planet-like Titan will receive the most attention, with at least 45 visits, plus a landing by the Huygen's probe in January

  • Saturn - Lord of the Rings

    Tuesday, Sep. 25, 2007

    A $1.4 billion spacecraft is closing in on Saturn, preparing to surf its rings and moons — especially mysterious Titan

  • E-Card: TIME for Peace

    Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010

  • Paleontology of Early Man

    Thursday, Sep. 16, 2010

    Six points of similarity between modern chimps and humans

  • Inside the Church of Nativity

    Monday, Oct. 18, 2010

    The Church of Nativity, Bethlehem is a holy site for many

  • Patrolling West Bank Borders

    Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010

    The planned barrier consists of obstacles for would-be infiltrators and is similar to a network that runs along Israel's border with Jordan

  • The Planned Barrier Between Israel and the West Bank

    Thursday, Sep. 02, 2010

    Building it will cost $1.6 million per mile. The government so far has approved construction along 75 miles of the Green Line, and the Defense Ministry hopes to fence off the entire West Bank

  • Lucy - Paleonthology - Early Man

    Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010

    "Lucy," with a mixture of human and ape features, is possibly the first Australopithecus afarensis skeleton ever found

  • Life Cycle of the Cicada

    Wednesday, Sep. 29, 2010

    They've been lurking underground for almost two decades. Now billions of cicadas are coming out for a final, noisy farewell. Then the whole cycle starts anew

  • How Cities Make Their Own Weather

    Friday, Oct. 08, 2010

    How heat-trapping building and cool-running motor vehicles create the weather around cities

  • Aids in Africa - A Continent in Peril

    Monday, Sep. 27, 2010

    17 million people have died since the AIDS epidemic began in the 1970s, more that 3.3 million of those children

  • How to Clone a Human

    Monday, Nov. 01, 2010

    The standard procedure hasn't changed much since the cloning of Dolly the sheep, but working with humans puts a premium on getting it right

  • Is a Clone Really a Clone?

    Monday, Nov. 01, 2010

    Proving that a baby is a clone -- and not an ordinary child -- is relatively straightforward

  • How Hard is it to Clone a Human?

    Monday, Nov. 01, 2010

    Who is trying it? Raelians believe cloning is ordained by the aliens. Some doctors want to help infertile couple, others just like the challenge

  • Green Stream

    Monday, Nov. 01, 2010

    Buried during Seoul's rapid postwar development, Cheonggyecheon has been restored as a centerpiece of the city's environmentally friendly future

  • Poll - Just How Happy Are We?

    Tuesday, Nov. 02, 2010

    Based on their own assessment, Americans are overwhelmingly happy and optimistic people, regardless of income

  • Measure Your Happiness

    Tuesday, Nov. 02, 2010

    How happy are you? Sure, you may think you know, but this little test will help you keep score

  • Total Fitness From Head to Toe

    Wednesday, Nov. 03, 2010

    Exercise not only helps you look great; it makes you stronger, both mentally and physically. For a complete, balanced exercise program, you should do four things

  • Poll - What Makes us Happy?

    Tuesday, Nov. 02, 2010

    Most people find happiness in family connections and friendships