Following widespread criticism, the UN has failed to win consensus on its planned internet regulation treaty.
Scientists are warning that, because of climate change, the number of wildfires in the US is set to increase.
Apple supplier Foxconn is reportedly considering opening factories in the US, opening up the opportunity for Americans to work every waking moment for peanuts, riot, and then hurl themselves from the top of a building.
Daimler's mini-car division smart recently announced it will soon begin selling what it calls the most affordable production electric vehicle in the US.
Greendex, an annual study conducted by the National Geographic Society and GlobeScan, recently ranked the United States dead last for sustainable behavior.
The US is lagging way behind in terms of energy efficiency, according to a new report from the nonprofit American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
A prominent military analyst believes the US government should recruit elite computer hackers instead of prosecuting them.
Sea level rises are accelerating along parts of the US East Coast as much as four times faster than the average for the rest of the world.
Google's released data on the governments aiming to censor internet content, and says it's seen a worrying rise in the number of such requests from Western democracies.
Wildfires are expected to become increasingly common across the US and Europe over the next 30 years as climate change raises temperatures.
Security experts say that the Stuxnet and Flame viruses share sections of code, indicating that their creators collaborated.
A total of $7.5 million of research grants has been allocated to pushing down the cost of utility-scale solar in the U.S.
The first detailed predictions of future temperatures across North America have been produced, using a combination of climate models and some complicated statistics.
The US and China have quietly conducted a series of "war games" to help prevent an abrupt military escalation between Washington and Beijing that could be sparked by hostile actions in cyberspace.
Colder-than-usual winters in the US and Europe could be caused by the shrinking of ice cover in the Arctic.
The collapse of the Soviet Union had a powerful effect on American mathematicians, crowding them out of jobs.
Tropical cyclones will cause $109 billion in damages by the end of the century, according to Yale and MIT researchers, because of economic growth as well as climate change.
The EU signed Kyoto in 1997, and passed laws to lower emissions by 2005. Five years later it had double the wind power of the US, and ten times the solar power.
A US district judge has refused to grant Apple an injunction banning Samsung from selling its smartphones and Galaxy Tab tablet in the US.
Millions of tons of debris from the Japanese earthquake and tsunami in March is headed for the West Coast of the US.