The Hunger Games rolls for another week, fending off the 90s nostalgia of a young Leo in Titanic 3D and the familiar jokes of American Reunion.
Tesla no longer owns the federal government a dime. On Wednesday the company announced it had repaid the outsanding balance of $451.8 million, with interest, on its 2009 Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing loan from the Department of Defense. That means taxpayers earned a very, very small $12 million profit on the loan.
Newt Gingrich talks about his campaign and supporting the eventual Republican nominee on Fox News Sunday; Debbie Wasserman Schultz accuses Mitt Romney and the Republicans of rooting for the economy to fail.
Syrian troops are supposed to withdraw from urban areas by Tuesday, but Bashar al-Assad's government have added some eleventh hour demands that are casting serious doubts on the success of the ceasefire.
Police have arrested two men in Tulsa for the murders of three black men and the shooting of two others that happened on Friday.
Newark residents are being left to pick up the $187,000 bill for security at Whitney Houston's funeral, and, surprisingly, they aren't happy about it.
Sprint is only recognizing one town in America as having their full 4G LTE cellular service, and it has a population just over 25,000 and is located about an hour south of Chicago. Meet the extremely fortunate town of Kankakee, Illinois.
Mike Huckabee is looking to provide a nicer alternative - "conservatism with a smile" - to Rush Limbaugh's brash, louder, confrontational radio style. Huckabee will debut a new radio show on Monday that will directly challenge Limbaugh from noon-to-3 p.m., Politico reports.
The 158th Boat Race between Cambridge and Oxford was interrupted Saturday afternoon when a man in a wet suit enjoying a leisurely swim came into oncoming traffic.
If you think going through baggage and customs is enough of a headache, at least you aren't famous. A celebrity photo company is being accused of breaching the privacy of over 70 celebrities in order to snap a quick photo of them getting off the plane, according to The Guardian.
American painter Thomas Kinkade died on Friday at the young age of 54 in his California home.
This is a bit macabre, but the ratings for ABC's annual "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" are at their highest in years when the world is predicted to end.
New Year's Eve is usually celebrated with drinks, chinese food, noise makers and confetti and sealed with a kiss at midnight, but some celebrate differently, like by kissing Lady Gaga, clashing with cops, burning cars in Hollywood and stripping on CNN. Welcome to 2012.
After days of protests and continuing violence, an Arab League advisory board issued a statement Sunday morning calling for the monitoring group to withdraw from Syria.
In the same year that Reddit, 4chan and Anonymous all entered the mainstream lexicon, "trolling" had more of an effect online and offline than ever before.
Blagojevich spends most of his time now behind bars, being served occasional meals of sludge and eventually gets let out into the yard for exercise and recreational time. Sound familiar?
With the Iowa caucuses only a few days away and Republican candidates are attempting to grab as many headlines as they can leading into the final weekend - Newt is crying in front of moms, Mitt's son Matt is making bad jokes about Obama's report cards and Ron Paul is taking the weekend off.
Reddit users forced Paul Ryan to defend his stance on SOPA on Thursday after their users started a website campaigning against him, but once it was revealed he's never supported the bill an internal debate among the up-voting chorus has emerged over whether they chose the right target or not.
It's been more than a year since Mark Hurd was fired as the CEO of Hewlett-Packard, but the sexual harassment complaint from former soft-core film star Jodie Fischer that led to his demise has finally seen the light of day thanks to All Things D.
Citizens of Samoa are getting one last gift for the 2011 holiday season: a paid day off and a four day work week.
Amid discussions in the tech community over the health of young, overworked engineers, Michael Arrington has written a polarizing post on Uncrunched urging Silicon Valley to, "work more, cry less, and quit all the whining."
After getting an endorsement from New Hampshire's Union Leader paper Sunday morning, a new video is circulating of an interview showing Bill Clinton offering some praise for his old foe and current Republican hopeful.
Rumors swirled this morning that the IMF was preparing a monster-sized loan for Italy in case their debt crisis spirals further into chaos, but a closer look reveals this rumor might not have any legs.
The Arab League has approved a long list of unprecedented economic sanctions on Syria designed to force the government to curb violence against antigovernment protestors.
Newt Gingrich's campaign has added a big endorsement in the state of New Hampshire from the publisher of the New Hampshire Union Leader, Joseph McQuaid.
Misrepresented loans yield another batch of lawsuits, this time from a housing authority
The SEC's new investigations could lead to electronic market reform
The biggest present in physics history could be neatly packed under scientists' Christmas trees.
College rankings rule that the most happy students come from California
The Scholastic News Kids Press Corps asks the president about hard-hitting issues
The Guardian is accused of leaking a password that led to the release of secret cables
President opts to go head-to-head with the NFL instead of GOP deabte
Six young people will be covering the 2012 presidential election for CBS and the National Journal
AIG and BoA were working on a settlement in January, but BoA never told anyone
Third son of Muammar Qaddafi tells the NTC he's ready to join the revolution
Bank of America made $3.5 billion dollars in a new sale announced Monday
Twitter users attempt to guess the name of Bachmann's new memoir
DSK makes his return to IMF offices and is welcomed back with open arms
Trees are intact and plans have actually moved ahead because of the storm
As hurricane Irene passes, ratings soar on the station dedicated to storm coverage
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