- A new study shows that customers who consider new options, rather than blindly re-enrolling in their existing plans, could save money this year.
- Investigators believe Lacey Spears may have poisoned her 5-year-old son with sodium.
- Is Knoxville, Tenn. the most romantic city in the U.S.? Online retailer Amazon thinks so.
- Angelo Dundee, the man who trained legendary boxer Muhammad Ali for the Fight of the Century, the Rumble in the Jungle and Thrilla in Manila, died on Wednesday, at the age of 90, taking part of boxing with him.
- Debbie Cook, a well-known scientologist and a former executive of the Church of Scientology, shocked the world when she blasted the church's leader for fraudulent fundraising practices in an email which has gone public and sparked controversy internally within the Church.
- As the legal battle between Hulk Hogan and his ex-wife, Linda Bollea, continues to heat up, happy days are ahead for the 58-year-old former wrestler. He will celebrate his one-year anniversary to his new wife, Jennifer McDaniel, later this month.
- A Florida woman with a rare medical condition has given birth to healthy twins - one from each of her two uteruses.
- The trial of Casey Marie Anthony, who has been charged with the first degree murder of her 3-year old daughter, Caylee Anthony, is set to begin today at Orlando, Florida.
Aerosonic Corporation (AIM) Announces New Order for Aerodynamic Test Equipment from Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd.Aerosonic Corp., a leader in aviation instrumentation and avionics equipment – including integrated cockpit displays, digital and mechanical standby displays, sensors and probes for commercial, business and military aircraft, recently announced that the company has received a contract to build complex air data test equipment for the overhaul division of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. This [...]
- General Motors' decision earlier this month to scrap its Saturn brand triggered frequent retellings of the many ways in which GM missed an opportunity to recast itself and the auto industry. But other manufacturers did adopt some of Saturn's innovations, according to Wharton faculty.