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An October 1964 Westinghouse display of new molecular electronics able to replace as many as 50 transistors. (FOX PHOTOS/GETTY IMAGES) (FOX PHOTOS/GETTY IMAGES)

Fifty Years Later, Moore's Computing Law Holds

Gordon Moore observed in 1965 that computer processing power doubled every two years, but future structural and political forces may slow this progress. Read more…

A pro-Russia rebel walks through a destroyed mine complex in Yenakievo, eastern Ukraine, March 7. (Photo by ANDREW BURTON/Getty Images)

In Ukraine, Rogue Elements Defy Kiev and Separatists Alike

Kiev will try to control its volunteer fighters while separatist leaders target pro-Russia fighters not directly under their command. Read more…

Greece and Its Lenders are Running Out of Time

Athens has little room to back down in its debt negotiations with the Eurogroup and the IMF. Read more…