Alan Gross has been freed from a Cuban jail after five years in captivity. He was released and returned to the US on December 17.
Lauren Greene alleges that Tea Party congressman Blake Farenthold had “wet dreams” about her and regularly “drank to excess” in a shocking new lawsuit.
It turns out Witness 40 in Darren Wilson’s Grand Jury hearing was Sandra McElroy, a woman with a history of making racist remarks and lying to police.
This is not a good time to surf.
The fugitive crashed into Raizy and Nathan Glauber, killing them and their unborn child.
Google hypes its I/O event with tons of Easter Eggs and cool sound effects.
Twitter released an update to its official Android application.
The high school coach impaled himself as he was leaving practice on his bike on Monday.
Chavez is dead and Venezuela’s future is uncertain but Henrique Capriles Radonski — leader of the Venezuelan opposition — may be elected president.
Here are twenty great jobs, along with their salaries, that are actively looking for former American service-members.
The tragedy of Bailey O’Neill is becoming a symbol for the anti-bullying movement.
A lock screen bug found on the Samsung Galaxy S III will open personal information to intruders.
The attack happened early this afternoon.
Volvo and Spotify have teamed up to launch the Sensus Connected Touch.
It’s believed around 20 UN Peackeepers have been taken hostage.
Doesn’t the 50K that Columbia costs include Nutella fees?