Although advertisers paid $900,000 for a 30-second spot, earlier series got more ad dollars than the Lost finale because they had bigger audiences and less Internet interference.
An Afghan private contractor in Kandahar, with close ties to Karzai's brother, is up for a contract to protect supply convoys for US troops in the Afghanistan war.
It's now been 30 days since the Gulf oil spill began after the Deepwater Horizon sank. As oil starts to come ashore on the Louisiana coast, frustration among the local population is mounting.
CNN's Campbell Brown is leaving the network. Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly dominates the time slot.
Set in the fiftieth state, the remake of Hawaii Five-O will star Alex O'Loughlin as the son of Steve McGarrett, who battled crooks as the head of an elite branch of the Hawaii State Police on the original show, which ran from 1968-1980.
An exhibit chronicling the life and times of the late TV newsman Walter Cronkite is at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library at the University of Texas in Austin.
Renowned CBS News anchor and reporter Walter Cronkite (r.) is seen in a March 1981 file photo with President Ronald Reagan. Dubbed 'the most trusted man in America,' Cronkite broke stories such as President John F. Kennedy's and Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassinations and the landing on the moon. Cronkite died in his home in July 2009.
Republicans are already throwing the words of Elena Kagan back at her. She once called Supreme Court nominee hearings 'vapid.' GOP senators are challenging her to open up.
Americans could be owed $33 billion in unclaimed money, such as forgotten bank accounts. The money per account is usually small, but the search process has become easier with the Internet.