A review of Climategate: The CRUtape Letters, the first book on the game-changing data leak. (Also see Roger L. Simon's PJTV interview with the book's author:"Climategate Heats Up As Liberal Author Jumps Ship")
Is criticism of U.S. relief efforts justified? Mostly, no.
Brit Hume did nothing wrong when commenting about Tiger Woods, but he doesn't know the faith.
It appears that most of the Copenhagen participants saw the money they spent as an investment. Here's how they get paid.
With the revelation about the cherrypicked Russian stations (plus six other freshly, independently discovered problems), the real story of how we got here just took a shape.
The "trick" used to "hide the decline," which alarmists have claimed was taken out of context, is actually worse when the context is included.
When you are in one, it is best to stop digging.
A one-stop source for information about the biggest scientific scandal in a century.
The decorated scientist — oft-mentioned in the CRU emails — wants to see the current blatant conflicts of interest removed from climate science. (Also read Bill Whittle: "Ike's Response to Climategate")
The IPCC has been claiming Himalayan glaciers could be gone by 2035. The research paper they used concluded 2350.
The "Read Me" file of a harried programmer who couldn't replicate the scientists' warming results.
The scientific method only works when fellow researchers can implicitly trust the results offered by their colleagues.
Just one of the scandals is the willingness to manipulate data to make a political case.
BBC confirms that a hack did indeed occur. Is this smoking-gun evidence of global warming data being fabricated? (Also read Richard Fernandez: "The CRU Hack")
The latest sourced information on the 9/12 crowd points to a lower bound of at least half a million.
Our attempt to calculate the true size of the 9/12 march.
The indomitable spirit of exploration goes hand in hand with risk taking.
The upcoming free, lightweight, netbook-based operating system spells trouble for the weighty dinosaurs of Silicon Valley.
Can a computer-driven aircraft control system be made as reliable as a man operated plane?
The Wolfram/Alpha search may not be a "Google killer," but it's pretty cool in a nerdy sort of way.
Don't forget: with the Internet and a 24-hour news cycle, nobody makes money by keeping us calm.
Everyone predicts imminent catastrophe if his plan for the mortgage crisis isn’t followed. Here's the sorry truth.
What lies behind the furor surrounding Facebook's ever-changing terms of service.