The savvy marketing industry has once again found a way to take hip hop and make it non-threatening enough to sell minivans.
After nearly a month of hand-wringing, finger-pointing, and head-scratching over the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, British Petroleum is finally reporting something worth some back-slapping.
A celebrity who’s who list showed up to New York’s St. Ignatius Loyola Church to pay their respects to Lena Horne. (Via Essence.com.)
In Arizona’s latest controversy, Gov. Jan Brewer signed a new bill on Wednesday that restricts what can be taught in ethnic studies classes in public schools there. But why?
Before the first whistle is even blown at this year’s World Cup in South Africa, countries are already lined up to see who will get the tournament in 2018 and 2022, and competition is likely to be as tense as a penalty kick.
Emerging evidence in Capitol Hill hearings on the Gulf of Mexico oil rig disaster is increasingly showing that a lack of regulation is largely behind the blowout
In a trend that shows few signs of slowing down, one in four U.S. households prefer to do their phone communications via mobile phones rather than utilizing a land line, according to data released by the Centers for Disease Control.
After the failure of British Petroleum’s containment dome to stop the undersea oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the company says it will attempt to install a second, smaller dome over the main leak point nearly a mile beneath the surface.
It was really only a matter of time before the world beat a path to Apple’s door after the launch of its iPad.
Considering his claim to be able to compose full symphonies in his head, Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is rightly considered a musical genius and virtuoso. But that doesn’t mean listening to him will make your kid any smarter.
A parole board denied New York City serial killer David Berkowitz, the chance to leave prison on his fifth attempt to be released, the New York Daily News reports.
Solicitor General Elena Kagan, who was named President Obama’s latest nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court is already being scrutinized by Congressional Republicans, particularly on how she might react to administration policy decisions.