Tony Hiss begins "In Motion" with a description of walking from his Greenwich Village home to mail a letter and pick up an iced coffee from a bagel shop.
Several companies are in the latest race to space, vying for a chance to fly cargo and even astronauts to the International Space Station once NASA's shuttle program ends.
When Apple released the iPad in April, it set a high bar for tablet computers. The first real competitor has arrived in Samsung's Galaxy Tab.
The Decider has written a blockbuster.
He's the leader of the free world, and he's won a Nobel Peace Prize. But only now, by one measure, is Barack Obama finally truly famous:
If anyone thinks that America's culture war over sex is losing steam, they only need to Google "Amazon.com" and "pedophile" and read the news.
Amazon.com is hiring more than 15,500 people to fill temporary holiday jobs at shipping centers around the country, more than last year.
Police are investigating whether the author of a guide for pedophiles did anything illegal even as they try to protect him from a threat posted on a local website.
Amazon is no longer selling a self-published guide for pedophiles.