By PETER SVENSSONAP Technology Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - For decades, the tablet computer was like a mirage in the technology industry: a great idea, seemingly reachable on the horizon, that disappointed as hopeful companies got closer. Microsoft has experienced this cycle of hope
By MARTIN CRUTSINGERAP Economics Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - Anticipation is high that the Federal Reserve will announce some new step Wednesday to try to rejuvenate the U.S. economy and boost investor confidence.
Just what that might be is unclear
By FREDERIC J. FROMMER and JOSEPH WHITE and PETE YOSTAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Barry Bonds. Guilty on a technicality. At least that's how much of the public sees it. It's all that came out of a seven-year investigation into baseball's home run king
By ANNE GEARAN and BEN FELLERAssociated Press
LOS CABOS, Mexico (AP) - President Barack Obama voiced confidence Tuesday in Europe's ability to "break the fever" of its raging debt crisis as he sought to calm both global financial markets and the election-year worries of
By CHRISTINE ARMARIOAP Education Writer
MIAMI (AP) - Discussing education reform at Stanford University last year, the leader of one of the nation's largest teacher unions decided to turn the tables and ask a question of the audience.
By NATALIYA VASILYEVAAP Business Writer
MOSCOW (AP) - World markets were mixed on Tuesday as investors hoped the Federal Reserve would signal new stimulus measures. But concern over Greece's ability to form a stable government and Spain's rising borrowing rates kept
By MICHAEL LIEDTKEAP Technology Writer
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Oracle was so pleased with its latest quarter that it apparently couldn't wait to share the news.
In surprise move, the business software maker released its fiscal fourth-quarter results late
By ZINIE CHEN SAMPSONAssociated Press
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - University of Virginia faculty leaders on Monday demanded the reinstatement of the school's president and the resignation of two board members involved in her ouster. Board members gave no sign of complying,
By JOSEPH WHITEAP Sports Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - Roger Clemens was acquitted Monday on all charges that he obstructed and lied to Congress in denying he used performance-enhancing drugs to extend his long career as one of the greatest and most-decorated pitchers in baseball
By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINSAP Legal Affairs Writer
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Supreme Court on Monday delayed a condemned inmate's execution following a judge's ruling that the inmate is too mentally ill to be put to death.
The court's decision