Some of the liberal reporters in the JournoList online discussion group suggested that political biases should shape news coverage. Is the principle of journalistic impartiality disappearing?
Droid X users have reported a flickering on the 4.3 high-resolution Droid display. Motorola acknowledged the problem today, and promised to send out new Droid X handsets to all affected customers.
Cola wars have returned between soft drink behemoths Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, but this time with fewer calories.
Sarah Palin mistakenly called Alaska's Kodiak Island nation's largest. Sarah Palin made the error while endorsing a New Hampshire Senate candidate.
A Kansas man says he's the 'mystery plumber' who influenced the BP containment cap design that stopped the Gulf oil spill leak. BP says Joe Caldart's sketch may have been one of many it's used.
Anna Chapman, one of ten Russian sleeper agents in the US recently swapped for alleged Western spies, has had her British citizenship revoked.
In Afghanistan the Internet is working normally. Even access to pornographic websites is possible – which means the Internet here is more free than in many countries.
Sarah Palin and Bill Clinton are shaking up Georgia's race for governor, offering endorsements ahead of the July 20 primary.