Claire Danes stars as a CIA officer battling her own demons, who becomes convinced of an Al Qaeda plot to be carried out on American soil.
The Food and Drug Administration is working on regulations to label calories on menus. The regulations may appear innocuous, but they're nothing more than the government ordering us an unwanted, piping-hot side of guilt with every meal, and then sending us the tab.
Javier Colon won 'The Voice,' a television singing contest, on June 29, beating out 31 other contestants on the NBC show. Mr. Colon was on the team of singing coach Adam Levine and won a recording contract with Universal Republic, $100,000 in cash, and will star in 'The Voice' summer tour starting in July.
The fundamental flaw with ACOs is the Big Brother approach of controlling costs by dictating how physicians may practice. Doctors may decide they'd rather be 'accountable' to their ACO paymasters rather than patients.
While extreme gag orders, or 'super injunctions,' often keep the British press from airing the private details of celebrities' court cases, they haven't yet been able to quiet the Twitterati.
Whisper Systems donated its software to help Egyptian dissidents spread the word without the government listening in.
Cameras, sensors, and video chat allows caregivers to be hundreds of miles away. But some see shades of 'Big Brother' in this new senior care model.
Sasha Alyson hauls (sometimes by elephant) children's books in the local language to kids in rural Laos eager to learn to read.
Wyoming lawmakers propose installing video cameras to help evaluate teachers' performance. But educators are concerned about privacy issues, among other things.