Today federal agents arrested Oscar Ortega-Hernandez, the man allegedly responsible for shooting at the White House last Friday, and authorities believe he could pose a threat to the President.
Various media sources reported today that Justin Bieber’s alleged baby mama, Mariah Yeater, dropped her paternity suit against the singer, but the rumor was revealed as false.
Paul LaDuke, an Illinois teacher and ordained minister, was charged yesterday for masturbating behind the lectern in his classroom full of students at Schaumburg Christian school.
Applidium, a French application developer, cracked the code protecting the voice-recognition software of Siri, allowing them to use the program from phones besides the iPhone 4S.
The Salvation Army is expanding its efforts to support the needy by teaming up with the portable payment technology of Square to develop mobile donation solutions.
A Casey Anthony television movie on Lifetime may be in the works, and the production would be based on the prosecutor Jeff Ashton’s book, “Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony.”
Canadian pop superstar Justin Bieber had dinner last night with an unknown girl at London’s Mr. Chow restaurant, and when paparazzi began to photograph him, he flipped them off.
A NYC couple, for angrily cursing, throwing things, and attempting to punch a baby and her mother in a hotel lobby, is suing Patti LaBelle, the famous singer.
Britney Spears is dating her former agent Jason Trawick for several years now, and there are recent rumors that they could be tying the knot soon.
Jerry Sandusky, the Penn State defensive coordinator now famous for his alleged pedophilia, publicly defended himself in an interview Monday night on NBC’s "Rock Center."
The newest BlackBerry, the BlackBerry London, is reported to be released sometime in the third quarter of next year, and it will have an all-new operating system called BBX OS.
Apple’s newest handset, the iPhone 4S, is selling at a blazingly fast pace, but the battery life is a source of disappointment for many.
Herman Cain, one of the foremost Republican presidential candidates, said today he believes many Muslims living in America let their religion command them to have “extremist views.”
After six weeks of media frenzy, Amazon finally released the Kindle Fire, the company’s answer to Apple’s iPad, RIM’s Playbook, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, and a host of other mobile devices.
Gloria Cain, the wife of Republican presidential frontrunner Herman Cain, finally stepped into the limelight and chose to defend her husband against the various sexual allegations surrounding his campaign.
Microsoft, Yahoo!, and America Online have combined their advertising might to battle the companies with the most advertising revenue - Google and Facebook.
Apple’s iOS 5 software update was supposed to fix a variety of problems, including the much-discussed iPhone 4S battery issue, but many users have complained that the fix did not work.
Mark Madden, a Pittsburgh radio host, says that although the allegations against Jerry Sandusky are repulsive, they may only be the tip of the iceberg.
Plans for .XXX domain names to represent pornography sites are continuing to move forward. For the next 18 days, pornography sites and those and other “members of the adult Sponsored Community” will gobble up as many internet addresses as they can, according to the ICM Registry company.
Charlie Miller, a hacker of all things Apple since 2007, has exposed a flaw in the company’s programming that allows a mischievous application on to an iOS device. Apple has responded by revoking his developer's license.
A Christmas tree tax has been announced this week by the Department of Agriculture on all natural tree distributors.
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck 16 km (9 miles) south of Van, Turkey, the eastern province that was crushed by a 7.1 quake less than a month ago.
The media has revealed Karen Kraushaar, one of Herman Cain’s first reported sexual harassment victims, and now she wants a press conference with all the victims.
Joe Paterno, the legendary Penn State head coach, could be fired from the university because of the horrid sexual abuse allegations against former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky.
In the face of Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ accusations that Google imitated the iPhone for their Android operating system, Google chairman Eric Schmidt says that Android started production first.