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Online coupon seller Groupon Inc. is dangling its most tantalizing deal yet _ an initial public offering of stock.
When he couldn't get help from police, Joshua Kaufman went online and used Twitter and a blog to help track down his stolen laptop.
Anthony Weiner's attempt Wednesday to end the media storm surrounding a lewd photo sent from his Twitter account only led to more questions, as he denied sending the picture but couldn't say "with certitude" that the man in it wasn't him.
Publicly silent, fellow Democrats privately seethed Thursday over the distraction and furor surrounding the lewd photo sent from Rep. Anthony D. Weiner's Twitter account, even as he declared again that he was finished talking about it.
A Malaysian social activist is apologizing 100 times on Twitter in an unusual settlement with a magazine publisher in a defamation case, his lawyer said Thursday.
Reggie Bush of Danville is out of town, but someone is taking his place: Reggie Bush.
There's a new U.S. symbol for healthful eating: The Agriculture Department unveiled "My Plate" on Thursday, abandoning the food pyramid that had guided many Americans but merely confused others.
Rep. Anthony Weiner, New York Democrat, has been embroiled in a scandal since a close-up photo of a man's crotch was sent from his Twitter account to a female college student last weekend. Mr. Weiner denies sending the photo, but he cannot say with "certitude" whether the image was of his own private parts. His story isn't adding up.
He was a prolific producer of rebounds and record albums. And nicknames, too, as if at 7-foot-1 and 350 pounds he was too big for the simple "Shaq" that made him an instantly recognizable, one-name star in all of his endeavors.