A passenger shared her idea for improving the U.S. health-care system and found the candidate's reply lacking
Herman Cain's sexual-harassment scandal is making room for the former House speaker at the top of the GOP presidential race
The bookseller officially unveiled its Nook table today. How does it stack up against the other options out there?
Everybody wins in Disney's new partnership with Google's YouTube to produce original content, except the cable companies
A new study to be published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine found vintage football helmets to be as effective as modern helmets
"More than 90,000 new cancer cases a year in the U.S. may be due to physical inactivity and prolonged periods of sitting," USA Today says
In depressing news for the day, the AP reports worldwide greenhouse gases have surpassed a worst-case scenario predicted four years ago
For people used to the all-you-can-eat goodness of Netflix, Amazon's ebook service has a lot of limitations
Occupy Wall Street clashes with police once again in the Bay Area as a city-wide strike and rally lasted into the night
Daniel Craig and new director Sam Mendes announced the cast and title for the 23rd installment of the spy franchise
"A study of nearly 500 12-year-olds found that the more kids played video games, the more creative they were in tasks such as drawing"
In a series of new reports on MF Global's shocking bankruptcy, the firm is placing the blame squarely on CEO Jon Corzine, a superstar of the I-95 corridor
Already beset by questions and criticism surrounding Politico's weekend story, the former CEO's campaign is confronting a new allegation
In an interview with AllThingsD's Peter Kafka, AOL CEO pours cold water on rumors of a coming merger
The latest national survey from Quinnipiac shows the former Godfather's Pizza CEO topping Mitt Romney by seven percentage points
Will a half-smirk pasted on your face add a few more precious years to your life, just as a furrowed brow scratches off a couple months?
The Texas governor wasn't the only one to be fooled: A handful of conservative writers cited the fictitious, complaining "Jeremy"
According to a survey conducted by Wolters Kluwer Health, only professional journals and colleagues outrank search engines as sources
As her campaign wallows in the second tier, the congresswoman's former supporters are ganging up on her
Critics like the journalism on 'Rock Center,' but find the humor strange