In his media appearances, Herman Cain may be able to talk about on what happened in those two sexual harassment complaints we learned of this week, but at least one of his accusers can't respond because of a gag order.
Did you visit The Drudge Report yesterday to get the latest breaking news on the Obamacare decision? We were mainly focused on CNN (big mistake) but if you stopped by Matt Drudge's breaking news site, you were not alone.
Today, the U.S. Senate passed a spending bill to the tune of an estimated $182 billion "to fund the day-to-day budgets of five Cabinet agencies" after dragging its feet for months, the AP reports.
It looks like television's most guidolicious show made it from TV set to classroom projector slide faster than any program this decade.
The hacktivist collective Anonymous is backing down from its threats to target the notoriously violent Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas.
Palestine won a victory in its climb to full UN membership today when it was admitted as a full member to UNESCO, the organization's cultural body, in "a highly divisive move" opposed by the United States, Germany, and other nations, the AP is reporting.
Ruth and Andrew Madoff, the wife and son of famed fraudster Bernie Madoff, in a round of interviews to promote a tell-all memoir, claimed they knew nothing of the Ponzi scheme he ran for decades until the patriarch confessed to them shortly before the truth became public.
The people who make shows for NPR stations, dinged by the perception that they're a bunch of kneejerk liberals, are proving themselves to be very, very touchy about how their employees participate with Occupy Wall Street.
J.P. Morgan and other major banks in the U.S. have decided that they're not going to try and pull a Bank of America by adding any new fees to their already cash-strapped debit-card customers.
Though the company hemorrhaged some 800,000 customers last quarter after hiking its prices, Netflix still takes up a huge portion of the country's Internet bandwidth.
Herman Cain's frontrunner status in the GOP presidential primary has earned him a nice chunk of change in October.
Scott Olsen, the Iraq War veteran and Occupy Oakland protester who sustained a skull fracture Wednesday after a police threw a projectile at him, "has woken up and is lucid as he awaits surgery," The Guardian reports.
The 16 nations for which Queen Elizabeth II is nominally sovereign have voted one for the ladies.
Earlier this week, Apple published a fan-made memorial to Steve Jobs, where Apple customers were invited to e-mail their thoughts and feelings on the company's founder so that they could be shared with the world (presumably after being vetted by the company, of course).
The coroner for Amy Winehouse has released her official word on the British singer-songwriter's cause of death: "death by misadventure," meaning that she "died as the unintended consequence of drinking too much alcohol," the AP, along with Reuters, are reporting.
Herman Cain has a personal reason for wanting a simpler tax code: he missed paying his Georgia state income taxes in 2006, "prompting Georgia to file a tax lien against him that wasn’t settled until late 2008," The Daily Beast's Daniel Stone reports.
President Obama plans to announce today a two-pronged executive action to relief Americans' ever-growing student-loan burden.
Though it may be pocket change for New York's mayor, John Haggerty isn't getting off easy for stealing from Michael Bloomberg's campaign.
With yesterday's news that Lisa Simeone was fired from her one radio gig but retained at her other, we now have word on what exactly both radio shows were thinking when they made their decision.
The state of California's clean air agency adopted the nation's first-ever state-level cap-and-trade program after a tense hearing Thursday.
President Obama's jobs proposals are having no easier passing as individual policies as they did as one big package, as the Senate stayed up late on Thursday evening to reject a plan to give states and cities $35 billion to rehire up to 400,000 public workers.
Maybe gold is the more appropriate color for New York's famous yellow cabs.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities has made an incredible and incredibly long chart to show how Herman Cain's "9-9-9" tax plan would impact taxpayers.
Forced to choose in a Gallup poll, 64 percent of people surveyed picked the federal government as having the most blame for the country's economic problems, with just 30 percent picking Wall Street.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is reporting that for the first time ever Americans owe more than $1 trillion in student loans altogether--which helps explain why said Federal Reserve Bank has been surrounded by said loan-laden Occupy Wall Streeters.
Dozens of tigers, wolves, mountain lions, cheetahs, bears, and other beasts escaped from a wildlife preserve in southern Ohio town overnight.
Dozens of police and military personel in Turkey have been killed in overnight attacks thought to have been carried out by Iraq-based Kurdish separatists.
There's some surprising good news to come out of RIM's headaches: few car wrecks
Officials from both countries offered comment on the movement today
To make up for its days-long outage, the company is giving customers a $100 gift certificate
Official fundraising number for many GOP candidates are out today
The company will address Congress on climate change's impact on coffee
Some people need to have two screens in front of them at all times
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