"Spreading information about the person whom they had seen behave badly tended to make people feel better," according to a new study.
Though Amazon loses money on the production of each Kindle Fire, the company is making up for it in digital media sales.
'We Take Care of Our Own' could soundtrack countless campaign rallies.
With his poll numbers in a steady decline ever since a triumphal entrance to the race, the Texas governor bows out and will endorse a rival.
Walking around wearing earbuds is all fun until a train comes by and flattens an unsuspecting iPod user, which is happening more than ever.
The actor surprised the sports world with a tweet about the Super Bowl MVP's retirement.
The goal is commendable, but a new law will probably do little to achieve it given that the porn industry has been ignoring laws forever.
Facebook's founder has finally posted his thoughts on SOPA and PIPA -- on Facebook, of course.
Whether the food and television personality has Type 2 diabetes or not, there are a few fat-filled, carb-loaded items she should stay away from.
La Nina episodes, which bring cool water to the surface of the Pacific and make for warmer, dryer winters, are linked to global pandemics.
The Food Network personality confirmed on Tuesday's Today show that she has known about having Type 2 diabetes for three years.
The United States is losing about a third of its honeybee population a year, and Purdue researchers believe that's due to insecticides.
The Food Network star known for her mac and cheese and deep-fried Twinkies has taken the job as a paid spokeswoman for diabetes drugs.
A.G. Sulzberger moved from The New York Times' home office to its Kansas City bureau, and is struggling to find vegetarian options.
Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont, one of the bill's authors, says that the legislation needs "more study" before it is implemented.
Overall meat consumption in the United States is predicted to fall 12 percent between 2007 and 2012, and beef consumption per capita has been on the decline since the mid-1970s.
In a way, your body wants you to consume alcohol because it "induces reward in the human brain," according to one UCSF scientist.
Representative Lamar Smith's website does not properly credit the photographer who took the picture in the background.
The Guardian ran a digestible and somewhat critical look at the first 50 years in the history of the chest-centric cosmetic surgery. One curious realization: A dog received the first implant.
The Food and Drug Administration won't be allowing any new cartons of orange juice into the country until it can properly screen the imports for traces of a banned fungicide.