Comcast will launch a new program that will offer discounted Internet and computers to families on low-income, according to Mashable.
Singer Gavin DeGraw has been hospitalized this week after suffering a concussion and a broken nose when he was attacked by three men and hit by a car.
As riots continued in London for a third day a 26-year-old man who was shot in a car in Croydon, south London, has died; becoming the first fatality of riots that have now spread across Britain.
London has seen its worst rioting in years, as north London's Tottenham neighborhood erupted in violence overnight with 500 rioters settings cars and buildings on fire.
A Florida judge has closed the Casey Anthony hearing Friday without giving a ruling on whether she should serve probation for check fraud.
A disastrous Thursday on Wall Street has been followed by markets plunging across the world overnight, and there are now growing fears Friday morning that the U.S. and even the global economy may experience a double-dip recession.
Polygamist Warren Jeffs, leader of a breakaway Mormon sect, has been found guilty of child sexual assault Thursday.
Kate Middleton, recently awarded a spot on Vanity Fair's Best-Dressed List, has been rebuked by Kelly Osbourne on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno for recycling her wardrobe.
A teenager has been buried alive in California when a tunnel he was digging on a beach caved-in on him; trapping him for about 30 minutes.
There were on average 50,000 cases of new HIV infections a year across the U.S. over the past four years, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, according to science journal PLoS ONE, the largest increase has come among bisexual and men who have sex with other men (MSM).
Passengers were left stunned as younger members of the British Royal family chose to fly back from Zara Phillip's Scotland wedding using cheap budget airlines rather than private jets.
The Celina Cass autopsy has so far proved inconclusive, authorities have said Tuesday evening. Medical examiners will now have to wait for toxicology results and conduct further investigations to determine how the 11-year-old girl died.
Authorities in the U.S. have recovered about 15,000 pounds of cocaine from a sunken submarine vessel cunningly used by smugglers new Honduras. The find is estimated to be worth approximately $180 million.
iPhone 5 cases have been flooding retail supplier markets as Chinese manufacturers attempt to cash-in early on the highly anticipated Apple release.
Amy Winehouse was reportedly planning to adopt a young girl from St Lucia just prior to her untimely death last week.
Manchester United beat Barcelona 2-1 in front of more than 80,000 people in the FedEx Field in Washington Saturday evening.
Manchester United will play Barcelona in a rematch of the 2011 Champions League Final on Saturday night at the FedEx Field.
Zara Phillips has married world rugby champion Mike Tindall on a sunny day in Edinburgh Saturday.
Physicists have long questioned why the sun's corona, or outer atmosphere, manages to generate so much heat. New research seems to have brought them one step closer to finding the answer.
A spokesman has said Thursday that the parents of Madeleine McCann, who was kidnapped four years ago, have denied the girl spotted in India is their daughter.
A report has emerged from India that a young girl matching the description of missing British girl Madeleine McCann has been found.
World-renowned evangelist and Biblical scholar John Stott died Wednesday at 3.15 p.m. local time in London (10.15 a.m. EST), according to John Stott Ministries President Benjamin Homan.
Amy Winehouse's funeral and cremation were held Tuesday, with close friends and family saying their emotional final farewells. However, hundreds of fans have paid their respects by gathering outside her house and getting so drunk and disorderly that police had to be called.
The father of Anders Behring Breivik, the man allegedly responsible for the Norway atrocities, has said that he wished his son had committed suicide.
The lawyer representing Anders Behring Breivik has claimed Tuesday that his client is most likely insane. The report seemingly indicates that Breivik, who has admitted to Friday’s Oslo bombing and Utoya Island’s shootings, is preparing to put forward the insanity plea as his defense, although his lawyer has said it is too early to confirm that.