The FBI's 1991 191-page file on Steve Jobs (yes he had one) is now available for public consumption.
The Financial Times became the latest news agency to fall prey to the Syrian Electronic Army, the hacking group which has claimed the social media scalps of the AP, The Onion, the BBC, and NPR, perhaps signaling that news outlets should be more like The Onion and come clean about how they're getting hacked.
After all-night meetings and a process riddled with delays and political posturing, Greek leaders have hammered out an austerity agreement to avoid default just in time for an EU meeting Thursday.
Penguin News, a Falkland Island newspaper, slyly called Argentinian President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner a "bitch" and, yes, people noticed.
On Thursday, President Barack Obama will waive 10 states from the No Child Left Behind law, the AP reports.
"I have to confess, I liked the Clint Eastwood halftime ad," Newt Gingrich told a crowd in Ohio today, going against the prevailing Republican message of late, which has been to take offense at Chrysler's "Halftime in America" Superbowl advertisement.
The government has announced that a new passenger-screening program will be expanding to 28 major U.S. airports, including the three used by terrorists on 9/11.
The Washington Post is offering some voluntary buyouts to "some Newsroom employees" in an e-mail sent out by executive editor Marcus Brauchli Wednesday morning.
After yesterday's meeting was postponed, Greek party leaders were supposed to meet today to agree on a plan to avoid default, but it looks like a missing translation of the agreement is what's holding the crucial meeting up.
Bashar al-Assad sure has a funny way of showing he's "committed" to ending violence as Syrian forces shelled the city of Homs Wednesday morning, continuing the bombardment for the fifth day in a row.
On Tuesday the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional, upholding a lower court's ruling on the voter-approved measure that outlawed same-sex marriage.
An Islamist movement in Algeria has lead to the shuttering of the country's oldest bars, the rise of fly-by-night networks of suppliers, and secret sales of liquor in people's homes--all signs that the country is in the middle of its own prohibition era.
Want another sign that Facebook's IPO hype has hit a new level? Analysts are already predicting that the tax bill for the Mark Zuckerberg's astronomic windfall will be something they've never seen before.
2012 is the Year of the Dragon in the Chinese Zodiac, making it a good year to have a baby and a great one if you own a fertility clinic.
Along with rants about the halftime show and tabulations of exactly how much one second of Super Bowl airtime costs, the day after the Super Bowl brings us the time-honored tradition of recapping the commercials that caused an outrage.
The Players: Roland S. Martin, journalist and frequent contributor to CNN and admitted soccer hater; The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), critics of homophobia and, now, Martin
Kid Rock's "Made In Detroit" clothing line is selling pretty well and claims to be doing its part to support America's comeback city, but The Detroit Free Press has found that the shirts are coming from the Dominican Republic, India, Honduras and... Ohio.
President Obama's senior adviser took to Twitter and highlighted Chrysler's chill-inducing, Clint Eastwood-driven "Halftime in America" Superbowl ad--no surprise since it makes for a pretty good Obama re-election ad.
With the wiggle room provided by the Russian-Chinese veto of a U.N. resolution that would have thrown Syria's President, Bashar al-Assad, out of power, Syrian forces continued their assault on the resistance stronghold of Homs, and according to some reports, have killed at least 50 Monday morning.
The Puppy Bowl, which began as a joke between network executives, has blossomed into a counter-programming success garnering more 9.2 million viewers for Animal Planet last year despite going up against the Super Bowl.
Amid a flurry of resignations, a website hack, and national uproar over the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation's decision to cut off Planned Parenthood, its founder, Nancy Brinker, told reporters last night that the decision had nothing to do with abortions.
In some of the more disturbing news you'll hear about the Middle East, U.S.Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is predicting an Israeli attack on Iran could come as soon as April and right now top Israeli security officials aren't doing much to convince us otherwise.
There are reports from the Philippines that government forces killed Zulkifli bin Hir, a man with links to Al Qaeda, for whom the United States posted a $5 million bounty.
The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg has found that the Susan G. Komen Foundation's decision to defund Planned Parenthood was not taken quietly nor approved by its top public health official who resigned over the matter.
South Korea isn't expected to comply with North Korea's list of demands, but the rigid list might just be a sign that diplomacy isn't out of the question and that it might actually values a relationship with the United States.
Hackers got ahold of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation's website late last night, altering its copy to to read: "Help us run over poor women on our way to the bank"--a blunt take on the organization's decision to pull funding from Planned Parenthood.
A new congressional report out today found that tanning salons will say anything to get customers into their beds, but in order to get this valuable information congressional investigators even went so far as to pretending they were pale teenage girls.
Apparently the "Fair and Balanced" news channel is run like one big family which, as anchor Shepard Smith knows, won't necessarily fly at your own workplace.
There has to be a better way for Mitt Romney to get his point across than giving cringe-worthy sound bites.
Florida A&M University's hazing problem, which has already claimed the life of one student, has gotten so serious that the college has now suspended all of its clubs.
Cartoonist Tom Toles has a little fun with "self-deportation".
Vanity Fair has released its annual Hollywood cover, and now it's time for the fun though often futile, exercise of determining if the magazine has slighted minority actors and actresses based on their numbers and placement.
It's hard to tell whether this is more terrifying or embarrassing, but thanks in part to forgetfulness and a lack of organization it took TSA screeners at New York's La Guardia Airport six hours to call in a bomb squad to deal with some suspected pipe bombs.
In order to help the Syrian people, concerned nations are going to have to convince Russia first, which is what Hillary Clinton and other world leaders are convening in New York on Tuesday to do.
Though "Eye of the Tiger" is an appropriate theme song for Newt Gingrich's rocky campaign, one of its writers doesn't wish to be associated with the candidate and is suing Newt for using the song in his various appearances.
Stephen Colbert and his legal team filed paperwork (around 150 pages) with the Federal Election Commission at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, and apparently his super PAC, Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow Inc., has raised $1,023,121.24.
Thanks to a plethora of unnamed sources, The New York Post has determined that the case against Greg Kelly is getting murkier.
"I still endorse the people and Newt Gingrich. They are not exclusive of each other." explained Herman Cain on Fox News this morning.
With news that his daughter is getting better and is ready to come home, Rick Santorum said Sunday night that he'd be back on the campaign trail with events planned in Nevada and Colorado
In an unsurprising move, Thailand has become the first government to support Twitter censorship.
Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" was downloaded 16,000 times last week, thanks in part to President Obama's a capella moment at the Apollo Theater last week.
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