Los Angeles earthquake detectors on Monday morning picked up one of the biggest quakes to strike the area since the devastating Northridge quake of 1994. But damage is minimal.
St. Patrick's Day parades in two cities have become battlegrounds for gay rights. Now, the mayors in New York and Boston – which have two of the largest parades – have joined the cause.
Sarah Palin is huge on social media, and a pay TV channel might allow her to monetize some of that devotion. Rogue TV will have video commentary on the news, plus things like parenting tips.
The explosion of a Harlem building last week because of a natural gas leak points to where the US natural gas delivery system is most vulnerable and why.
Fred Phelps of Westboro Baptist Church is in a hospice facility, with a son saying he is near death. The son also says Phelps was excommunicated from the virulently antigay church last year.
After decades of moving north, thousands of blacks are returning to their Southern roots for economic and cultural reasons.
The FCC has applied 'neutrality' to its oversight of the Internet: Everyone’s data reaches the same audience in the same way. But the Internet’s gatekeepers, such as Verizon and Comcast, have been trying to reshape the federal regulatory landscape.