This Valentine's Day was a good one for same-sex couples and advocates of marriage equality in Illinois.
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Mark Zuckerberg could probably dominate the smartphone market, but as he put it, "who cares?"
Lebanese-born businessman Ziad Takieddine told a French judge that he could provide written proof that former French president Nicolas Sarkozy's 2006 campaign was "abundantly financed" by the late Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
Idaho Republican Sen. Mike Crapo may be a candidate for an ignition interlock after he was charged with driving under the influence in Virgina on Sunday.
For years China has had the largest and most far-reaching infrastructure, a system of four north-south routes and four east-west routes branching out through the country. The country's newest project, named the Beijing-Guangzhou route, covers 1,200 miles --- or the distance from New York to Key West, Fla., in about 8 hours.
The snowstorm that hit the Midwest on Thursday is nothing compared to the weather in Russia.
More people moved out of California in 2011 than moved in, according to the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau, signaling that the Democrat-run state's economic woes continue to drive residents away.
Could OJ have been right after all?
Pizza giant Papa John's is facing a $250 million class-action lawsuit for allegedly spamming customers with illegal text message in 2010.
Job growth in the so-called "clean energy" industry has declined in the past two quarters, despite an improving economy, according to a report released by Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2).
In 59 voting districts in Philadelphia and nine districts in Cleveland, not a single person voted for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Election Day.
Assuming that Florida delivers its 29 electoral votes to President Barack Obama, Drew Linzer of Votamatic, a website that posts forecasts and polling analysis, has called every state in the 2012 election correctly.
Most doctors probably won't recommend picking up a drug habit this flu season, but a new study suggests that the drug methamphetamine may have flu-fighting properties.
You know election staffers' nerves are frayed when they raise a red flag for a young woman wearing an "MIT" sweatshirt.
Voting for president, congressman, senator, governor, county councilman, alderman, sheriff and dogcatcher apparently isn't enough to think about Tuesday. Voters in dozens of states will also be faced with ballot initiative and amendment questions running the gamut from guns to gay marriage, from "Frankenfoods" to photo IDs.
Argentina has lowered its voting age from 18 to 16, which could allow politically ailing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to collect more young voters for the next election.
Despite continued high unemployment, a recent national poll shows that 59 percent of African-American voters age 19-29 feel that the country is "moving in the right direction."