Standing in front of a giant heart made of pink tulips, businessman Yoshiharu Nishiguchi tells his wife — along with a bank of TV cameras and curious bystanders — that he is utterly devoted to her.
President Obama called repeatedly on Congress to address issues of paramount importance to the country during his State of the Union address Tuesday.
There have been security flaws in software as long as there has been software, but they have become even more critically important in the context of cyberweapons development.
With the Pentagon now officially recognizing cyberspace as a domain of warfare, U.S. military commanders are emphasizing their readiness to defend the nation against cyber threats from abroad.
This story begins with a group of people who are expert at looking: the professional searchers known as radiologists.
Pretrial hearings resume Monday in the death penalty trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other men accused of planning the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
For Valentine's Day, maybe you'll post a photo of your loved one on Facebook, tweet out a love poem or text message your secret crush.
If you've wondered why the blizzard dumping snow on the Northeast has a name, look no further than The Weather Channel.
We've told you that blizzard moving across the New England today may be
Lack of water supply isn't just an issue in hot spots like Texas, Colorado and the Mississippi; it has also become a problem in the Northeast, where rivers are drying out in the summers and infrast
When the Morning Edition team arrived in Puerto Rico to report our series on the island's difficult situation, one of the first things we noticed was, strangely enough, the sound of the
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio will deliver the Republican response to the president's State of the Union address this upcoming Tuesday.
Puerto Rico's population is declining. Faced with a deteriorating economy, increased poverty and a swelling crime rate, many citizens are fleeing the island for the U.S. mainland.
In Washington, everything seems to break down along partisan lines. Gun ownership is no exception.
Puerto Rico's population is dropping. Faced with a deteriorating economy, increased poverty and a swelling crime rate, many citizens are fleeing the island for the U.S. mainland.