What will happen to the flow of information when sea levels rise and leave the internet's vital cables and traffic hubs underwater?
Documents show local officials were irate over the humanitarian organization's poor response to the massive disaster.
A look at the day's political happenings, including the intensifying feud between Chris Christie and Rand Paul and why GOP officials are upset over Liz Cheney's decision to run for Senate in Wyoming.
A look at the day's political happenings, including President Obama's hilarious White House Correspondents' Dinner speech and top U.S. political figures give their take on NBA player Jason Collins' decision to come out.
The New York Times ignores a historic environmental demonstration in D.C.; accused hacker Jeremy Hammond speaks out against the government’s faulty “cybersecurity strategy” regarding Aaron Swartz's prosecution; meanwhile, nudists in Vienna attend an art exhibit on "Nude Men From 1800 to Today" to show off their goods. These discoveries and more after the jump.
Hurricane Sandy, if you are poor, is the Katrina of the North. It has illustrated the depraved mentality of an oligarchic and corporate elite that, as conditions worsen, retreats into self-contained gated communities, guts basic services and abandons the wider population. Hurricane Sandy, if you are poor, is the Katrina of the North. It has illustrated the depraved mentality of an oligarchic and corporate elite that retreats into self-contained gated communities, guts basic services and abandons the wider population.
I hope the nation's Roman Catholic bishops contemplating the future of the church's public and political engagement notice how the good deeds of the Roman Catholic parish of St. Francis de Sales have inspired people far beyond the confines of Catholicism.
In an appearance on "Moyers & Company" over the weekend, Naomi Klein told Bill Moyers that the recent devastation left by Superstorm Sandy could be the catalyst for economic and political change in this country.
Less than three days after Sandy made landfall on the East Coast of the United States, Iain Murray of the Competitive Enterprise Institute blamed New Yorkers’ resistance to big-box stores for the misery they were about to endure.