They may not be "digital natives," but senior citizens find connectedness through laptops and Facebook
'Winnebago Man' tells the tale of Jack Rebney, an RV salesman whose expletive-laden sales pitch goes viral, and the man who tracks him down 20 years later.
What's selling best in independent bookstores across America.
State legislators and governors must redraw voter districts to account for population changes from the census. But the process often leads to a gerrymander of safe districts for incumbents. There is a better, fairer way.
The DC Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that Washington was within its rights to block a popular vote on same-sex marriage because the results could violate its human rights law. The city legalized gay marriage in March.
Sarah Palin's SarahPAC financial disclosure also shows Palin spending more than $210,000 on consulting.
British singer Phil Collins performs during "Up Close & Personal: Phil Collins Plays '60s Motown and Soul" during the 44th Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, on Thursday. The show features Collins's interpretations of the biggest hits from the '60s.
The death of Sen. Robert Byrd opens up room for the sixth Senate appointee since January 2009. Some states are considering whether a special election is a better option for selecting a senator.
For-profit colleges have come under government scrutiny for alleged practices driven more by profit margins than by educational goals. A Senate committee held a hearing on the issue Thursday.
The VORTEX-2 tornado research project completed last week aims to increase warning times and reduce false alarms.