A newly translated memoir, "Incest," uses chaotic and explosive prose to show author Christine Angot’s journey through trauma.
Corporations should not be a part of climate negotiations at the upcoming United Nations talks in Paris. They are part of the problem, not the solution.
It's not entirely clear what, besides a love of linguistics and an apparently compelling documentary, spurred young Guillaume Leduey to launch a one-man campaign to resuscitate an Alaskan language, Eyak (continued).
Electoral victories for Dutch-speaking separatists in Belgium have further shaken the fragile unity of the European country. Nationalist movements there continue to gain momentum, and this, analysts say, has pushed Belgium "close to the abyss" of permanent national division.
Here's yet another object lesson underscoring the need to pick really hard-to-guess passwords and online account information, courtesy of our nation's president. Barack Obama's Twitter account was hacked by a 25-year-old Frenchman who simply managed to figure out the answers to Obama's password reminder prompts.