BlackBerry maker RIM will cut 5,000 jobs after big losses
RIM reveals its business is crumbling faster than thought
ACLU to represent KKK in quest to 'adopt' a highway in Georgia
Civil liberties group: 'Yes, we are representing them, but we are still working on the strategy'
Supreme Court upholds Citizens United decision
Limits on corporate campaign spending are unconstitutional, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday, striking down a Montana law. The court declined to revisit its groundbreaking campaign finance ruling from 2010, upholding its decision in the case of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission that corporations, like people, have a constitutional right to be heard in [...]
Obama blames Republicans as deadline on student loans looms
Without congressional action, interest rates are set to spike from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent on July 1
Louisiana law requires sex offenders to indicate their crime on social media sites
Sex offenders and child predators get outed online
Wes and his posse tackled in Aspen
The group couldn't and wouldn't wait for the Patrón
Indian man unrepentant after beheading daughter
Father lopped off his daughter's head with a sword, then paraded it around his village
Florida boy recovering after being shot in the head with a three-foot spear
The spear miraculously missed the major blood vessels in the 16-year-old's brain
Orlando airport latest to ditch TSA in favor of private security
Orlando Sanford International Airport has received approval to replace its TSA contingent with private security staff.
Facebook users don't 'like' targeted advertisements, collect $10 million in lawsuit
Judge: 'California has long recognized a right to protect one's name and likeness against appropriation by others'
USDA subsidizes advertising for almonds, wine tours in California and organic pet shampoo
Oklahoma Republican Sen. Tom Coburn released a report yesterday exposing inefficiency and waste in the USDA’s Market Access Program (MAP).
Swiss bankers afraid to leave their stoop as US probe continues
US tax evasion investigation zeroes in on 11 Swiss banks
Cancer-detecting breathalyzer developed by scientists at Georgia Tech
Patient's breath is captured in a specialized storage container and then sent to a lab to look for signs of cancer
Georgia denies KKK's request to 'Adopt-A-Highway'
Legal fight likely to ensue
Sheryl Crow brain tumor: 'I'm OK'
The Grammy winner, 50, was diagnosed with a benign brain tumor last November
Miley Cyrus engaged to actor Liam Hemsworth
'Hunger Games' star, 22, proposed to Cyrus, 19, on May 31
Banana Boat sunscreen flammable after use
'I went into complete panic mode and screamed. I've never experienced pain like that in my life'
Mel Gibson's father, 93, files for divorce
Hutton Gibson cited irreconcilable differences
Drew Barrymore weds Will Kopelman
The pregnant actress married her fiance of five months, art dealer Will KopelmanW
Dozens of guns seized inside Venezuelan prison
Stash of guns found after standoff between armed inmates and troops
Saddam Hussein's daughter plans to publish his memoirs
Dead dictator's daughter determined to distribute dad's death row diatribes
Michigan woman gives birth after being shot, set on fire
A woman who was abducted, shot and set on fire by Detroit thugs has given birth to a baby boy
North Carolina closer to compensating eugenics victims
Gov. Bev Perdue allots expected to sign measure that would award $50,000 to Americans sterilized by the state
Former UCLA player Reeves Nelson suing SI for $10 million
'A classic bully, targeting teammates who weren't as athletically gifted as he and tormenting the support staff'
Black pastors bash NAACP for endorsing gay marriage
Coalition: 'We who marched with Rev. King did not march one inch or one mile to promote same-sex marriage'
Mitch Daniels says he won't be Romney's veep
Indiana Gov: 'If I thought that call was coming, I would disconnect the phone'
UN worries al-Qaida is moving into Syria
After two massive bombings killed 55 in Damascus, Secretary General of the UN suspects al-Qaida may be getting involved
'Where The Wild Things Are' author Maurice Sendak dies at 83
President Bill Clinton awarded Sendak a National Medal of the Arts in 1996 for his vast portfolio of work
Retail investors may get a small slice of Facebook's IPO pie
Facebook users could get the chance to invest in the social media site
Barkley to Romney: 'You're going down, bro'
NBA superstar: 'We are going to beat you like a drum in November'