The New York Times goes deep on how Apple's supply chain ties it to factories like Foxconn's colossus in China, and how the success of Apple isn't leading to middle-class job growth here.
Romney had resisted releasing them, handing a populist cudgel to Newt Gingrich, who portrayed him as a job-eliminating plutocrat to great effect in the South Carolina primary. Romney's now had second thoughts.
The Paterno family announced the death of the legendary Penn State University football coach in a statement.
The Republican presidential hopeful and bête noire of gay rights activists was glitter-bombed after he addressed supporters following the South Carolina primary.
Furious over Congress' withdrawal of SOPA and PIPA, the MPAA head takes a swipe at lawmakers who take cash from his clients in Hollywood. So they really do want something in exchange for that money after all.
As Republican voters hit the polls for the Republican presidential primary, we consider the latest acerbic aside from Newt Gingrich, which seems awfully close to outright racism.
A federal appeals court upheld awards for the families of gangster James "Whitey" Bulger's victims.
The Islamist group Boko Haram claimed responsibility for a wave of attacks on police stations in the city of Kano.
Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul are giving Mitt Romney — Mr. Inevitability to you — fits in the south. A win for anyone but Romney could open the Republican race back up.
News outlets in Israel report that a planned military exercise was called off because U.S. officials didn't want to further antagonize countries in the Middle East, especially Iran.
No. No everyone did not. The singer's appearance on Saturday Night Live was mercilessly panned.
Prosecutors are investigating the captain of the Costa Concordia, who reportedly went ashore on a lifeboat before all the passengers on the 950-foot liner had been rescued after it slammed a rock off of Tuscany.
The comedian, already enjoying a run of glowing press, launches — through his totally independent Super PAC — an anti-Romney, pro-corporation attack ad in South Carolina. Spoiler: There will be Lithgow.
The star had already let the secret slip, but AMC confirms it's bringing back its hit series in the spring.
A Russian tanker reached Nome, Alaska, with a shipment of heating oil and fuel for the winter, after an epic ice-breaking journey through the Bering Sea.
The chief official of Qatar suggests Arab nations could send troops into Syria to stop President Bashar al-Assad's violence against his own people.
The legendary Penn State football coach, his legacy forever stained by the Jerry Sandusky sexual assault scandal, opens up for an interview with The Washington Post, even as he struggles through chemo.
A group of evangelical leaders vote to back Rick Santorum as the South Carolina primary looms. But is it too late?
In a White House blog post, the administration comes out hard against measures that would lead to "censorship," signaling Obama's opposition to the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act.
Let us all hope that this is the weirdest arrest of the weekend: authorities in Peru have arrested Johnny D. Guillen, aka the Corta Nalgas, wanted for slashing the buttocks of women in shopping malls in Virginia.