The former attorneys for George Zimmerman say they don't know where he is – adding that they're fairly certain he's no longer in Florida, where the fatal incident with Trayvon Martin occurred.
On a website that went live over the weekend, George Zimmerman, who shot unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26 during an altercation, offers a glimpse of how his life has changed.
A roundup of some of the week's most insightful articles from around the Internet.
Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson announced the company would be laying off 2,000 employees on Wednesday in order to take the "next step toward a bold, new Yahoo."
A handful of billionaires are all but funding the GOP primaries. Never before have so few spent so much to influence so many.
The FBI and Scotland Yard said no systems were breached, which suggests Anonymous might have hacked an e-mail account and stolen information to listen to a conference call.
Facebook IPO reveals the company's social heart and business soul. Here's a peek at the Facebook IPO, by the numbers.
A strikingly few wealthy donors were the main 2011 contributors to super PACs, which analysts see as the main force behind a flood of negative campaign ads.
As PIPA and SOPA work their way through Congress, the controversial bills have raised many questions. The most common: Wait, what are PIPA and SOPA?
As former eBay executive, Scott Thompson takes the helm at Yahoo the company confronts some big strategic hurdles, but it hasn't been wiped off the Internet map just yet.