Safeguarding kids from advertisers online sounds great, but not everyone is so keen on the proposed changes to the existing law
Maybe apple juice is scary. Maybe it isn't. TV personality Dr. Oz says yes it is, because his research says there may be traces of arsenic
Turmeric, the main ingredient in curry, has had a reputation for being a "holy powder" with healing powers for centuries in India
NASA announces the discovery of a planet orbiting two stars, much like Luke Skywalker's home planet in the epic film series
A study published by the British Royal Society was described as notable for firmly linking hibernation and longevity in mammals
Investors are eagerly awaiting both Facebook's and Groupon's expected IPOs in the coming months. Is the hype warranted?
Perry's attempt as governor to mandate HPV vaccines for girls has caused a lot of trouble for him in the 2012 presidential race
The social-networking site introduces a new feature that will allow you to follow the public updates of people you don't know
University of Illinois study in pre-publication in the British Journal of Nutrition couldn't be more emphatic about spiced broccoli
Microsoft receives positive reviews for its new operating system. A quick rundown of the features that tech writers are loving.
Pat Bruno, restaurant critic of 27 years for the Chicago Sun-Times, got fired over the weekend in a "very unprofessional" way
"Little girls who have a negative reaction to this potentially dangerous drug don't get a mulligan. They don't get a do-over."
The chair of the Taiwanese smartphone maker, HTC, told a Chinese newspaper the company was considering a different operating system
A poll out from the University of Michigan has found that only 10 percent of parents believe that their teenager has tried alcohol
The news network's website severs ties with Shira Lazar's online show following a tweet started rumors the Apple co-founder's death
A new study from brain-scanning researchers finds that a case-study of 40- to 60-year-old golfers had "increases in gray matter"
The URL-shortening site bit.ly crunched some numbers and concluded what you already suspected: Links die quickly on the Internet.
For the sixth consecutive time a survey finds that iPhones rank the highest among smartphones for consumer satisfaction
But let's temper the excitement a bit. There's this little disclaimer: "Weight Watchers funded the study," the Los Angeles Times disclosed.
CEO Dick Costolo publicly disclosed for the first time ever the site's total number of people tweeting or simply listening to the conversation