Articles By Brett Forman
Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, has died at 82.
Zeekrewards.com was shut down by the Securities and Exchange Commission after the regulating agency declared it a $600 million Ponzi scheme, according to reports.
A Blackhawk military helicopter crashed in Southern Afghanistan on Thursday, killing 11 people, seven of them U.S. soldiers, according to the Associated Press.
The Supreme Court has upheld the individual mandate, crucial to Obama's signature healthcare law overhaul, in a victory for the Obama administration.
The MacBook Pro With Retina display will ship from Apple in three to four weeks, the Apple Store website says. This is a further delay from the two to three weeks Apple told customers they'd have to wait for the laptop as recently as a few days ago, technology website Vr-zone reported Friday.
Former Virginia Senator George Allen won the Virginia Republican Senate primary Tuesday night and will face former Virginia Governor Tim Kaine in a November contest to fill retiring Senator James Webb's (D-Va.) seat.
Arizona Democrat Ron Barber was declared the winner in the nationally highlighted special election to fill Gabrielle Giffords' former seat in the House of Representatives, news reports said.
Based on the Associated Press' projected delegate count on Tuesday night, Mitt Romney won more than the 88 delegates he needed to remove the word "presumptive" from his description as this year's Republican presidential nominee.
The European Central Bank (ECB) is propping up Greece with a secret infusion of €100 billion ($126 billion) in "emergency liquidity assistance" (ELA) funds, the Financial Times reported Tuesday.
Chinese blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng and his family were allowed to leave Beijing on a plane headed to the U.S. on Saturday, indicating a that a diplomatic impasse between the two countries may be over.