- NYT’s David Brooks: Obama has ‘manhood problem’ in Middle East
- Ted Cruz thanks Obama for denying visas to terrorists
- Survivors recall chaos, fear in Everest avalanche
- General Mills apologizes for ‘right to sue’ confusion, reverses policy
- Dealer wanted in U.S. for art fraud nabbed in Spain
- Easter morning delivery for space station
- Boxer Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter dies at 76
- Probe could complicate Rick Perry’s prospects
- Ukraine, Russia trade blame for eastern shootout
- Obamas head to church on Easter morning
Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Aol
AOL Inc., formerly known as America Online and logo typeset as "Aol.", is an American global Internet services and media company. AOL is headquartered at 770 Broadway in New York. Founded in 1983 as Quantum Computer Services, it has franchised its services to companies in several nations around the world or set up international versions of its services. - Source: Wikipedia
The latest in the Dennis Rodman-North Korea debacle is that the former NBA great kicked off Wednesday’s exhibition game in Pyongyang with a solo song to despot Kim Jong-un: Happy birthday, dear leader.
Tripling tobacco taxes would save 200 million smokers around the world from premature deaths over the course of the next century, researchers say.
Eleven workers in several New York Department of Motor Vehicles’ branches were charged with helping commercial driver license applicants cheat on their tests.
A Colorado man who stopped to help an accident victim who had rolled his car on the highway and was trapped inside got a real life lesson in the saying, 'no good deed goes unpunished.' Once the victim was freed, he stole the Good Samaritan's truck and fled.
A U.S. Army veteran who has fought alongside al Qaeda-linked extremist rebels against the government in Syria has been killed, according to a pro-regime video-sharing site.
High-tech leaders including the former heads of AOL and Mozilla are organizing a "virtual march for immigration reform" aimed at pressuring lawmakers to enact sweeping changes to the nation's immigration laws.
Kevin Tsujihara was named the next chief executive of the Warner Bros. studio, one of the oldest and the largest producers of TV shows and movies in Hollywood. He'll take over from Barry Meyer on March 1.
Groupon, an Internet site that works with businesses around the world to provide "Deal of the Day" and other product promotions, has halted all deals involving guns.
After a decade of falling behind more-innovative competitors such as Google and Microsoft, former Internet giant AOL slammed the brakes on its decline Wednesday, as the company announced its best earnings results in years, thanks to a big patent sale to Microsoft and an increase in advertising revenue.
A half-billion-dollar patent deal between Facebook and Microsoft was announced on Monday as the social network hardened its defenses ahead of going public with a stock offering on the Nasdaq.
The Huffington Post has its Pulitzer.
AOL's $1 billion deal to sell and license patents to Microsoft is another in a series of "Antiques Roadshow" moments in the technology world. Faded companies have been rummaging through their assets recently, and some of them have found musty old patents that turn out to be worth a great deal.
AOL is giving its AIM instant-messaging software a new look and new features in hopes of stanching an ongoing exodus of users who have turned to texting and other online messaging services.
Michael Arrington, founder of the popular technology blog TechCrunch, is leaving the blog and its owner, AOL, to work on the venture capital fund he recently started.
Recently, AOL posted an item on its general page discussing how men often fake sexual excitement and advising that they should, uh, take it upon themselves to "discover what stimulates you." Who knew there was so much fakery in the bedroom?