In the US, video games consume billions of kWh of energy annually, but users can cut their power bills.
"The Looking House" by Fred Marchant was selected by BarnesandNobleReview.com as one of the best poetry books of 2009.
David Tepper reaped $7 billion in profit for his firm by scooping up bank stocks at their nadir. How does that stack up with other lucrative moves?
Egypt's Islamic opposition to autocratic President Hosni Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood, faces a split along generational lines as older conservatives' influence is rising.
This excellent biography offers a much-needed adjustment of Woodrow Wilson’s place in popular history.
Susan Boyle's 'Dream' CD, McCartney concert magic at New York's Citi Field, D.C.'s holiday celebrations on TNT, and more.
When B. Dalton's closes, Laredo, Tex., will be the largest city in the US with no bookstore.
Mobile shopping is growing fast. Will it change the way you shop?
China must break its government monopoly on distribution rights for Hollywood movies, the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled Monday. The result could be more money for Hollywood, and eventually, a lifting of the 20-foreign-films-per-year limit.