New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has announced his decision not to run for president in 2012, saying “Now is not my time.”
Amanda Knox is on her way home to Seattle Tuesday after she was acquitted of the murder of her friend Meredith Kercher. Knox boarded a British Airway flight at Leonardo Da Vinco airport in Rome where she and her family traveled via London Heathrow to Seattle, Wash.
Scientists have created a vitamin pill that claims to prevent hair from turning gray. The vitamin pill - which is derived from a secret fruit extract - is to be taken daily in order to keep a user’s natural locks from turning platinum.
New York Fire Department has welcomed its first transgender firefighter on board. The new male-to-female firefighter is called “Brooke.” She is a third-generation firefighter and reports indicate that her father still works with the department, called the “Bravest.”
Reese Witherspoon was spotted going to her local church in Santa Monica on Sunday with her family, just weeks after being seriously injured when she was hit by a car.
A skeletal body of an American man obsessed with the British Queen has been found just 100 yards from Buckingham Palace in London.
The U.K. has just endured its hottest October weekend for a century. After a mini heat-wave weekend, Britain is now braced for snow and even a hurricane the following week.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 is being released in AT&T stores nationwide Sunday October 2. The greatly anticipated launch is sure to have AT&T customers lining up to get their hands on the already globally-popular smartphone.
A judge has ordered the release of a jailhouse video showing the precise moment Casey Anthony found out the remains of her daughter Caylee had been found.
Anti-abortion campaigners have praised a decision by the Mexican Supreme Court that has upheld an amendment to Baja California's state constitution, which reaffirms that in the country life legally commences at conception.
A CEO has threatened to fire his employees if they fail to replace the milk in the office refrigerator.
Scientists have said that being racist may not be your fault. Georgia Tech’s School of Psychology researchers claim that most people have “built-in” prejudices, which “seeps into the subconscious from modern-day culture.”
American-born al-Qaida leader Anwar al-Awlaki has been killed today in a U.S. drone strike in Yemen.
The Bank of America has announced Thursday that it will start charging a $5 monthly fee in 2012 for customers that make debit card purchases.
A young boy, adopted by a lesbian couple when he was just two, has been reported to have started the process of changing his sex to be female at the age of just eight.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have fittingly visited the hospital where Princess Diana carried out her first solo charity trip in 1982.
Following the installment of Meg Whitman as the new CEO of HP, rumors immediately sparked over whether she would renew the company’s $99 HP Touchpad, following the unprecedented demand of its cut-price sale.
T-Mobile USA has backed Samsung in a battle with Apple in which the iPhone maker is trying to block the sale of various Galaxy products, including the highly popular Galaxy S2.
Kate Middleton has been spotted in her local Topshop contemplating whether to purchase a pair of $13 earrings.
Apple’s domination of the tablet market may be set to be challenged by Amazon’s Kindle Fire, which was revealed today for less than half the price of an iPad.
A German engineer has created a giant version of the iPhone 4 which is ten times its scale.
A Google smartphone app that helps parents determine whether their son is gay or not has been launched.
Facebook has gone on the defensive and has been forced to apologize after users were left outraged by programming in the social media system that tracked users even after they had logged out.
Ashton Kutcher is now in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. A week after making his debut on the hit sitcom Two and a Half Men, a woman has now come forward to accuse him of adultery, sparking rumors of an impending divorce with wife Demi Moore.
Verizon Wireless has demanded that Apple stop opposing the Galaxy series of Samsung products, saying that the continuing disputes between Apple and the Korean electronics powerhouse will hamper efforts to release 4G technology.