The Pakistani Taliban paid $12,000 to attempted Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad, according to a federal indictment released Thursday. Further evidence of their involvement showcases the lengthening reach of Pakistan-based militants.
Bloomsday revelers, re-Joyce! Apple reps have changed their mind about Ulysses Seen, an iPad application which was previously censored to fit the guidelines of the Apple Store. Ulysses Seen is now available – in its complete, unedited form – and just in time for Bloomsday.
Deficit hawks and stimulus lovers need to recognize that they actually are working for the same cause, and should be coming together symbiotically.
The question of how Alvin Greene, a discharged Army soldier living with his dad, won a major US senatorial primary tests South Carolina's bounds of credulity.
There’s been an improvisational tone to the White House response to the BP oil spill. But given the magnitude of the disaster, that may have been inevitable.
Barbara Kingsolver's sixth novel – a book that moves between Mexico and the cold war-era US – wins the Orange Prize for fiction.
Democratic Sen. Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas, considered a vulnerable incumbent, moves on to the general election. GOP women prevail in primaries in California, South Carolina, and Nevada.
Crisis experts say: Take gaffe-prone CEO Tony Hayward off the air. Lay out a concrete plan to help devastated communities. Bring trusted figures like Warren Buffett or Colin Powell to the discussion.