A quiet night for all networks, as the ABC's latest round of dramady programming wraps up.
George Bush's new memoir carries the revelation that the former President considered dumping Dick Cheney from his 2004 reelection campaign to "demonstrate that I was in charge."
With a whopping 500,000 classified documents on the Iraq War expected to leak on the WikiLeaks site this month, the Pentagon have put together a 120-person team to prepare for the expected scandal. The documents are expected to contain details on civilian causalities in Iraq.
Google is currently testing cars driven by artificial intelligence, with seven test cars driving 1,000 miles through California without human intervention. Will road deaths one day be relegated to the history books?
Ex-American soldiers who cannot remember, cannot understand speech and have large chunks cut out of their brains bear the signature wounds of Iraq and Afghanistan: traumatic brain injury. One study estimates the number of those affected could be as high as 320,000, writes Christian Davenport.
Remember how the Eiffel Tower was evacuated recently? Plans for a Mumbai-style terror attack on Britain, France, and Germany were intercepted by international intelligence organisations and then foiled by missile drones on Pakistan militants last week.
Israel's military "betrayed an unacceptable level of brutality" and violated human rights in its attack on the Gaza flotilla in May, declared a UN panel set up to investigate the controversy.
A new book rejects the commonly accepted belief that the Titanic sank because the crew didn't have time to avoid the iceberg. it claims the disaster was actually caused by a steering blunder that has been kept secret for almost a century.