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It'll be muggy again tonight, setting the stage for a hot and humid Tuesday.
Woman says she tried to report the crime three times, and did not get a ...
The Charlotte Bobcats will reportedly change
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From start to finish, the veteran-laden San
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The court voted 6-3 Monday to uphold an appeals court ruling in favor the Federal Communications Commission.
Google's sixth annual conference for software developers opened Wednesday with a chance for the company to showcase its latest services.
Two astronauts on the International Space Station are preparing for a possible impromptu spacewalk to work on a leaking coolant line.
Rovers resumed their communication tasks after a month-long solar blackout.
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShip Two made its first powered flight over the Mojave Desert in California, breaking the sound barrier
Future astronauts are getting a huge advantage when they choose University of Maryland to do their studies.
The 28-year-old Facebook CEO exercised stock options for a gain of nearly $2.3 billion in 2012.
Howard Schultz, Chairman and CEO of Starbucks, reveals that the secret to success is the people that keep the company running. He also talks about his favorite way to drink coffee...often.
Call it the ultimate multi-task for any Millennial: order a pizza and play a video game - essentially at the same time.
The Viacom Inc.-owned network said Sunday that the festival with the hashtag "ComedyFest" will debut April 29.
A hacker with the group known as LulzSec was sentenced to a year in prison and ordered to pay $605,663 in restitution for an attack on Sony Pictures computers that began in late May 2011.
Tweens and young teens who use social media place a higher value on fame than kids who don't use it or use it infrequently, according to a new survey of media use
According to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft is exploring designs for a "touch-enabled watch device."
Several recent developments show that the technology likely will stick around, meaning TV station owners will have to invest heavily to get ready or risk losing a chunk of a small but growing audience that might otherwise tune them out.
Is this the day the Facebook smartphone shifts from rumor to reality? Let's take a look at the stocks to watch on Thursday.
The long-rumored Facebook smartphone, denied or side-stepped for years by the company, appears to be days away.
The company says it shipped 6 million smartphones during the last quarter, including 1 million devices using its critical BlackBerry 10 operating system.