International Internet regulator ICANN is accepting applications for non-Latin alphabet Web addresses this week. Media outlets around the globe weigh in on if the breakthrough will benefit the cyberspace.
Tailgating at NFL games is an American tradition. But the league is now trying to crackdown on a “Code of Conduct” that it created last year.
The Episcopal Church has approved Rev. Mary Glasspool as assistant bishop in the Diocese of Los Angeles, making her the first lesbian Episcopal bishop.
Charlie Sheen is back on set for the CBS series "Two and a Half Men," to a chorus of speculation as to whether his return will be a success.
Democrats could turn to a Parliamentary procedure used only a handful of times in three decades to pass health care reform.
InTouch Weekly says Sandra Bullock’s husband had an affair, and People Magazine reports she’s moved out of their home.
U.S. General Petraeus warns the currently strained relationship between the U.S. and Israel will have repercussions in the Arab world.
Facebook trumped Google this week as the most visited Web site in the U.S. Will Facebook run with Google's search engine users and advertisers?
In the past month, there have been three apparent suicides at Cornell University, raising questions about the school's famous gorges.
Details are emerging in the lawsuit between Google and Viacom. And media outlets are calling the revelations salacious.
The U.S. Census is well into conducting its constitutionally mandated 2010 count, but the exercise is already running over budget.
President Obama appears on an exclusive Fox News interview with Brett Baier to answer questions about his health care bill.
The Congressional Budget Office says President Obama's health care bill will decrease the national deficit by billions, but Republicans say the math doesn't add up.
Rielle Hunter, mistress and mother of John Edwards' 'love child,' does an interview and sexy photo shoot with GQ Magazine.
Unlikely upsets have millions of sports fans scrambling – what does this mean for your bracket?
Immigration reform advocates are pushing their issue front and center, accusing the Obama administration of dragging its feet on a campaign promise.