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Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota congresswoman seeking the Republican presidential nomination, said Wednesday that a "devastating" miscarriage led her to become a foster parent to 23 children.
The anarchistic hacker group LulzSec formed, attacked websites around the world and announced its breakup all within two months — demonstrating the speed with which cybersecurity threats develop in the Internet age.
Federal regulators are looking into the interactions between Twitter and a company called Ubermedia, which develops applications that help users follow and communicate with each other on Twitter's popular online messaging service, according to two published reports.
The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that banks can charge retailers only 21 cents each time they swipe a debit card.
News Corp. has sold struggling social networking site MySpace for $35 million, mostly in stock, according to a person familiar with the matter. The deal values MySpace at a fraction of what News Corp. paid for the site six years ago, and paves the way for large scale layoffs and an uncertain future.
With the NBA on the eve of a potential lockout, New Jersey Nets forward Kris Humphries didn't want to talk about his upcoming free agency.
Call him the Digital Candidate: President Barack Obama is asking supporters to use Facebook to declare "I'm In!" for his re-election campaign and is using Twitter to personally blast out messages to his nearly 9 million followers.
Isaac "Biz" Stone is moving on from Twitter, just five years after co-founding the microblogging site that has become integral to the social media scene around the globe.
It's a familiar nightmare for Syrians. In 1982, Syria's military employed a "scorched-earth" policy to quell protests in the northern town of Hama, killing 25,000 people. But Syrian refugees now fleeing into Turkey say that although history appears to be repeating itself, the outcome will be different this time.