- Six people charged in US over support for Pakistani Taliban
- Amateur's 5000-megapixel image provides an interactive view of the Milky Way
- Glenn Beck Responds To Meghan McCain Controversy (VIDEO)
- Charlotte Motor Speedway Installs World's Largest HDTV
- Toyota Production Recovering Faster Than Expected
- How Google Chromebook Will Feel for Music Fans
- Galaxy NGC 4214: A star formation laboratory
- Real-Life Octomom Gives Birth to Baby Octopuses on Video
- How Not To Load A Car On A Trailer (VID)
- 5 Things That Aren't Nearly As Dangerous As Hollywood Thinks
- The Life & Death Of Osama Bin Laden [Infographic]
- Shirley Sherrod Returns To USDA To Work On Civil Rights
- The 10 Best Hip-Hop Album Skits
- The Political Meddling Of Anti-Gay Bigot Archbishop Timothy Dolan
- Fan Creates Wearable Master Chief Outfit Entirely Out of Legos
- Top 10 Awesome Android Features that the iPhone Doesn't Have
- Upping your terrorism game: 10 ways to share secret information
- Reuters: Expert Finds "Security Flaws in Sony's Networks"
- Press the Advantage in Afghanistan
- Scholastic kills coal industry-funded lessons.
Posted: 14 May 2011 03:11 AM PDT
FBI agents announced the four-count indictment against three U.S. citizens resident in Florida and three others in Pakistan
Posted: 13 May 2011 07:23 PM PDT
The 5000-megapixel image provides a 360-degree interactive view of the Milky Way and more than 20 million stars.
Posted: 14 May 2011 03:07 AM PDT
Glenn Beck addressed the controversy surrounding his comments about Meghan McCain during his weekly appearance on Bill O'Reilly's show on Friday—but did not apologize for making them.
Posted: 14 May 2011 04:05 AM PDT
And it plays games!
Posted: 13 May 2011 10:34 PM PDT
Just last month, the future looked bleak for Toyota.
Posted: 14 May 2011 04:30 AM PDT
As it tends to do around this time of year, Google is making waves this week with its Google I/O developers' conference in San Francisco, where it announced not only the innovative WebGL-enabled music video we profiled Wednesday, but — more importantly for the future of computing — its Chromebook series of netbooks, which sit somewhere between the tablet and the laptop and are designed from the ground up for cloud computing.
Posted: 14 May 2011 03:24 AM PDT
Hubble's newest camera has taken an image of galaxy NGC 4214. This galaxy glows brightly with young stars and gas clouds, and is an ideal laboratory to research star formation and evolution.
Posted: 13 May 2011 11:39 PM PDT
Here's something you don't see every day: the birth of thousands of octopi, caught on film.
Posted: 14 May 2011 01:31 AM PDT
The absolute worst possible way to do it.
Posted: 13 May 2011 10:02 PM PDT
For some reason, it's not a big deal to jump away from an erupting fireball, but we're supposed to believe that encounters with the things on this list are certain death.
Posted: 14 May 2011 03:21 AM PDT
Ever since Osama Bin Laden's death, there has been a heated debate about whether this meant the War on Terror was won. While many people are happy about the result, a considerable number of people question the benefits of a war that stretched out for so long and ended with a 40 minute operation.
Posted: 14 May 2011 12:26 AM PDT
Shirley Sherrod is back at the United States Department of Agriculture, almost a year after she was forced out by a misleading video spread by conservatives falsely accusing her of discriminating against white farmers.
Posted: 13 May 2011 10:42 PM PDT
A staple of hip-hop records of years past, album skits have gone the way of the dodo bird it would seem. From Big Pun to Cam'ron, here's our 10 favorite skits- light one up and enjoy!
Posted: 14 May 2011 04:17 AM PDT
During the same week that the Presbyterian Church announced it will ordain out gay and lesbian people in same-sex relationships as ministers, New York's Archbishop Timothy Dolan wrote a poison-pen blog against the civil rights of his LGBT fellow citizens.
Posted: 14 May 2011 12:47 AM PDT
Here are some of the residual pictures from the photoshoot.
Posted: 14 May 2011 02:32 AM PDT
We love both Android and iOS, but the open nature of Android just means it can do things others just can't. Here are our favorite Android apps and features that you won't find on its Apple-clad brethren.
Posted: 13 May 2011 01:33 PM PDT
I don't know if the C.I.A. set up some Google Alerts, had an intern hunched over who.is or what, but as far as I can tell, the Obama administration seems suspiciously shocked by Osama bin Laden pulling off one of the most elementary Internet trickeroos of all time.
Posted: 14 May 2011 03:06 AM PDT
Not all is well at Sony. Reuters spoke with an Internet security expert who found plenty of things for the company to be worried about.
Posted: 14 May 2011 12:20 AM PDT
When you are in a fight and have your opponent down on the pavement with your boot on his neck, the last thing you want to do is step off. You keep the boot firmly planted, pressing even harder, until he yields. Otherwise it's a certainty that he'll get back up, start throwing punches again, and drag out a fight that should have been settled sooner. Such is the case in Afghanistan with the American-led counterinsurgency against the Taliban and its jihadist allies. It's becoming increasingly clear that we have the boot on our opponent's neck.
Posted: 13 May 2011 10:51 PM PDT
Textbook provider Scholastic is scraping a curriculum it developed that was sponsored by the American Coal Foundation and criticized for not including the negative effects of mining and burning coal.
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