- Arizona Investigators Renew Search for Paige Birgfeld
- Birth control prescribed for Hong Kong monkeys
- Global markets bounce on surprise rise in US jobs
- Teddy Raw Nails a Triple Backflip (Video)
- Sir Howard Stringer Issues Apology for PSN Breach
- Court Says Porn on Work Computer Is Grounds for Firing
- Crash test kittens
- Can Patch Become the Huffington Post of Local News?
- Rumor: PSN Hackers Planning Another Attack this Weekend
- Jerry Seinfeld Opens Web Archive, but Don't Ask Him to Watch 'Seinfeld'
- When you don't get the latest game, look at this [PIC]
- New species of lizard created in lab that reproduces by cloning itself
- Space Tourist Trips Around the Moon Get Roomier Spaceship
- Melon Baby
- The benefits of meditation
- Space Suit Evolution Since First NASA Flight (Photos)
- Assange vs Zuckerberg vs Moot (PIC)
- 13 Animals Hunted to Extinction
- May The Joint Be With You (PIC)
- Security Breach With “Found” Votes in Wisconsin Supreme Court Race
Posted: 05 May 2011 11:31 PM PDT
Police in Colorado have resumed the search for Paige Birgfeld, a 34-year-old mother of three from Grand Junction, who was reported missing nearly four years ago.
Posted: 06 May 2011 05:36 AM PDT
Wild monkeys don't seem to care that Hong Kong is a concrete jungle -- they thrive so well on its fringes that the government has introduced birth control to curb a population boom.
Posted: 06 May 2011 12:16 AM PDT
More Americans were hired last month than at any time since 2006, evidence that economic growth could pick up momentum later this year.
Posted: 06 May 2011 07:04 AM PDT
Teddy Raw gets out of control and goes for a triple cork off a quarterpipe.
Posted: 06 May 2011 04:30 AM PDT
Sony president Sir Howard Stringer has come out of hiding to offer a formal apology for the PSN disaster, as well as revealing details for the "Welcome Back" programme, including identity theft insurance.
Posted: 05 May 2011 10:41 AM PDT
A federal appeals court is issuing a clear warning to employees: Violate your employer's computer-use policy and be fired.
Posted: 06 May 2011 04:03 AM PDT
These kittens act as crash test dummies to demonstrate a few high speed head on collisions.
Posted: 05 May 2011 10:42 AM PDT
AOL continues to pour millions of dollars into its Patch.com "hyperlocal" news project, the company confirmed on Wednesday as it released its latest financial statements
Posted: 06 May 2011 05:24 AM PDT
Following recent news that Sony's PSN service is in the final testing stages, rumor has it that another attack on the PSN is supposedly going to happen this coming weekend.
Posted: 06 May 2011 04:11 AM PDT
Today Jerry Seinfeld is debuting his very own website called, you guessed it, JerrySeinfeld.com. It will house hundreds of clips that include the 57-year-old's first network appearance on 'The Tonight Show' in 1981 up to the present day.
Posted: 05 May 2011 12:57 PM PDT
Posted: 05 May 2011 11:22 PM PDT
(PhysOrg.com) -- A genetics research group working in a lab in Kansas, has succeeded in creating a new species of lizard by mating two distinct species of North American Whiptails, both native to New Mexico. The offspring, all females are not only fertile, but can reproduce by laying eggs that don't ...
Posted: 06 May 2011 12:38 AM PDT
Fifty years after the first American astronaut rocketed into space, one commercial spaceflight company is hoping to push the envelope even further, with tourist trips around the moon. And now they plan to use a bigger spaceship.
Posted: 05 May 2011 10:55 PM PDT
Posted: 06 May 2011 03:57 AM PDT
MIT and Harvard neuroscientists explain why the practice helps tune out distractions and relieve pain.
Posted: 06 May 2011 02:23 AM PDT
Over the decades, the U.S. space suit has evolved as astronauts' duties have become more complicated.
Posted: 06 May 2011 02:57 AM PDT
Posted: 06 May 2011 03:43 AM PDT
Almost everyone is familiar with the tragic story of the dodo bird, the passive, flightless bird that was hunted to extinction by humans only about 100 years after its initial discovery in 1581. The phrase "to go the way of the dodo" is a linguistic reminder that careless hunting of nature's creatures can end in tragedy. Though the phrase is an established part of our language, the lesson has taken longer to learn.
Posted: 06 May 2011 12:11 AM PDT
Posted: 06 May 2011 03:39 AM PDT
Several large gap openings were discovered on the ballot bags from "found votes" Brookfield City in the recount of the Wisconsin Supreme Court race.
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