By Scott SterlingProvided by
Now that Facebook has gone public and seems to have hit a wall ensnaring new users, the social network is apparently chasing a new demographic: preteens. According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook is considering allowing kids under 13 to have their own
By CARLA K. JOHNSONAP Medical Writer
CHICAGO (AP) - A Chicago man filed a federal lawsuit Monday claiming an Illinois jail prevented him from taking his prescribed HIV medications for a week, harming his health and violating his constitutional rights.
By KIMBERLY DOZIER and LOLITA C. BALDOR and ROBERT BURNSAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - After a decade of costly conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, the American way of war is evolving toward less brawn, more guile.
Drone aircraft spy on and attack terrorists
By The Associated Press
A LINK: Cybersecurity researchers say they have found a link between the infrastructure-wrecking cyberweapon known as Stuxnet and the recently discovered Flame virus.
WHAT THAT MEANS: That finding could offer a new clue about the latter
By RAPHAEL SATTERAssociated Press
LONDON (AP) - Cybersecurity researchers said Monday that they'd found a link between the infrastructure-wrecking cyberweapon known as Stuxnet and the recently-discovered Flame virus - possibly offering a new clue about the latter's
By MATTHEW PERRONEAP Health Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal health regulators have delayed a decision on whether to approve the first pill shown to prevent HIV infection, the drug's manufacturer says.
Gilead Sciences disclosed Friday that the Food and Drug
By ANNE GEARANAP National Security Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama denied Friday that the White House has deliberately leaked classified national security information that is flattering to him in this election year, calling such allegations "offensive" and "wrong
By The Associated Press
ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) - The White House is denying claims by Republican Sen. John McCain that it orchestrated news leaks of classified information to boost President Barack Obama's re-election chances.
White House press secretary
By TAMARA LUSH and VICKI SMITHAssociated Press
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - First came Miami: the case of a naked man eating most of another man's face. Then Maryland, a college student telling police he killed a man, then ate his heart and part of his brain.
It was different in New Jersey, where a man
By Francis BeaProvided by
If you're one of an unlucky 350,000 Internet users out there, your Internet connection could black out on July 9.
In an effort to clean up the mess left behind by an "Internet fraud ring," the FBI is urging Internet users to check their computers for an infection