Speaker Nancy Pelosi swung back at President Bush today after he vowed to veto any spending bill that includes a timetable or, in Pelosi's words, "accountability."
Blogger Paul Schmelzer has been busy raising questions about some of the nation's widely read periodicals when it comes to the selection of their cover stories -- namely the difference between Time's April 2 U.S. and International editions.
The pilot of a Lan Chile Airbus A340, which was travelling between Santiago, Chile, and Auckland, New Zealand, notified air traffic controllers at Auckland Oceanic Centre after seeing flaming space junk hurtling across the sky just five nautical miles in front of and behind his plane about 10pm.
White House Secret Service Agent Anthony Panucci is being called a hero after intercepting what could have been a critically damaging question aimed directly at President Bush during a press conference in the Rose Garden Tuesday.
US President George W Bush has warned again that he will veto any bill setting a timetable for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq.
The amazing video for the song Karma Police by Radiohead. The video was directed by Jonathan Glazer, previously responsible for Radiohead's "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" clip. Glazer won MTV's director of the year award in 1997 for his work on this, as well as Jamiroquai's "Virtual Insanity."
2006 was another defining year for computer intrusion. While the stupidity of users is largely a cause, a fair share of the blame lies with the weaknesses inherent in each operating system. To determine which systems were most vulnerable, OmniNerd put Windows, OSX, UNIX and Linux to the test, finding and documenting the weaknesses of each.
The Democrat-controlled Congress last night moved closer to a showdown with President Bush over Iraq, as the Senate followed the House of Representatives in demanding a deadline for the removal of US combat troops next year.
Comedian Eddie Griffin crashed a $1.5 million Ferrari Enzo while practicing for a charity race to promote his new movie, Redline, on Monday.
Professional marine treasure hunters working with the British government have reportedly been given the go-ahead to recover gold and silver pieces from what is thought to be the wreck of the HMS Sussex, which took 560 sailors to a watery grave off Gibraltar in 1694.