According to the New York Daily News, the congressman is mulling it over as he seeks treatment
Reports suggest that the one interested buyer isn't offering close to the $100 million Murdoch asked for when he last considered selling
Tidbits of news and reaction as the media pores over thousands of the former governor's messages, released Friday by the state of Alaska
The Sony PlayStation Network was recently shut down for about a month and some 77 million users' information was compromised
The mischievous hacking collective that has recently attacked PBS, Sony and an FBI security affiliate apparently does know when to stop
Following allegations that Qaddafi gave troops "Viagra-like" drugs to encourage rape, Viagra's manufacturer fights back
Hackers have accessed the private information from 200,000 accounts at Citigroup, one of the largest banks in the country
On Wednesday afternoon, the EU announced a probe to investigate whether the social network's new feature violates privacy rules
A top political strategist for the possible 2012 candidate takes aim at the former Alaska governor. Why?
Fellow Democrats, donors, the Clintons -- the scandalized congressman has former allies lining up to denounce him
The Times offers a glimpse into the small group of conservative Twitter users who warned young women about Anthony Weiner
Kind of like the failed puffer bomb sniffer, the Checkpoint of the Future looks like an illuminated car wash with three portals
The best of the more than 250 features in Apple's new operating system, which will be made available in the App Store this July
The revision indicates that the contamination is worse than originally thought and will likely lead to more criticism of the plant's operator
Supporters of the former governor try to amend history in light of her recent comments in New Hampshire
Palin will not relent in defending her revisionist history of Revere's ride from Boston to Lexington, in which Revere "warned the British"
While Breitbart pushes the story further, Roger Ailes cautions that media can cause unnecessary harm by pursuing such matters
After months of speculation, Steve Jobs will vindicate and dispel an assortment of rumors surrounding Apple's new line of hardware
Google's Internet monopoly is something to be envied. But is its crucial search feature vulnerable to Facebook as its reach grows?
According to a ruling out this week, French radio and television broadcasters must stop singling out the social networks on the air