Archive for September, 2010
The husband of Meg Whitman, California's Republican nominee for governor, said "it was possible" he saw a 2003 letter that questioned his housekeeper's Social Security number, but he insisted it did not make him suspect she was an undocumented worker.
Parts of the Eastern Seaboard were battered by rain from weakening Tropical Storm Nicole on Thursday, with more flood-causing precipitation expected as the storm moves north.
India has beefed up security across the country as it braces for a court verdict that could trigger religious violence.
Ecuador's government teetered on the verge of collapse, as national police took to the streets and attacked the president (above) over bonuses and promotions.
Congress has passed a $19 billion bill authorizing NASA to launch an additional shuttle launch and to develop a heavy-lift vehicle.
It's laughable to watch political prognosticators on the various TV shows weigh in on Rahm Emanuel's chances of becoming the next mayor of Chicago, Illinois. If you trust any of them, you swear President Barack Obama's outgoing chief of staff sees the position as a birthright that he is about to assume now that Richard M. Daley is stepping down.
A recent confrontation between New York Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino and a newspaper columnist illustrates the multimillionaire's brash and unpredictable nature, a political observer said.
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel will step down Friday to run for mayor of Chicago, two sources told CNN Thursday.
Former President Jimmy Carter left a hospital in Cleveland, Ohio on Thursday afternoon after spending two days recovering from a gastric viral infection.
If you're a tech news junkie (and that's why you're reading CNN.com Tech, right?), you might have gotten the impression that everyone already has -- or at least wants -- a smartphone. Or that smartphones and tablets are the only mobile devices that matter.