A State Department bureau wanted so badly to boost its social-media presence that it dropped $630,000 over two years on advertising campaigns on Facebook, according to a May inspector general's report.
If the sun sneezes, the economy will shatter
At least some of the broad data collection by the National Security Agency, revealed in various reports over the past two days, was authorized under a controversial part of the USA PATRIOT Act — section 215.
With the Senate set to approve an online sales tax bill late Monday, its proponents argue that online retailers' unfair advantage needs to be eliminated. Research shows that taxes on Internet purchases won't necessarily make that happen.
A new report estimates the value of the ZIP code system exceeds $9 billion a year.
With many details to be refined, a bipartisan proposal offers specifics.
Effusive praise from the president's top political adviser underscores the end of tensions between Teams Obama and Clinton.
At least he didn't have to break in through the kitchen
A book due out next month details how videogames can and have served to explain current events
A New Zealand company devises a way to add dynamic urban sounds to a Spanish port in Google Earth
Google Chrome turns two today, but despite all the changes under the hood, the latest release looks almost exactly like the first. The same goes for nearly every browser.
A new call for input and statements that "all options" are still on the table show the agency is taking its time to decide how to deal with the prospect of a tiered Web
The band teamed up with Google to use satellite imagery and street-level snapshots in their new, interactive music video