Six suspected leaders of the international hacking organization known as Anonymous were charged by U.S. authorities of computer crimes, dealing a major blow to the loose-knit group that has wreaked havoc on the websites of government agencies and major corporations.
Former baseball player Lenny Dykstra was sentenced to three years in prison.
It seems that the supposedly pregnant reality star, Nicole Snooki Polizzi, is engaged to her boyfriend.
Prominent Russian opposition figures were arrested amid protests Monday night in Moscow against the election of Vladimir Putin as president. Many observers claim the vote was tainted by fraud.
Angus King, a former independent two-term governor of Maine, is expected to launch a campaign for the Senate seat held by retiring Sen. Olympia Snowe, a GOP moderate.
Tyree Smith, the Florida man charged with killing a Connecticut homeless person using an ax and then eating portions of his victim's brain and eyeball, has pleaded not guilty to murder. The Connecticut Post reports that Smith also waived his right to a probable cause hearing by answering Judge Robert Devlin's questions with simple yesses and nos.
Christie Brinkley and Peter Cook have been divorced since 2008, but the ex-couple are engaged in a bitter fight once again.
The performance was held at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre and boasted a 20-member cast.
The former Yukos chief's lawyer says news that outgoing Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has told prosecutors to review the conviction may be simply a formal decision, not meaning anything, or it may be a signal from above that they have decided to close the Khodorkovsky and [Platon] Lebedev cases.
Symbolic of the drama surrounding the Costa Concordia shipwreck in Italy, the initial hearing of the criminal investigation into the cruise-ship disaster was conducted Saturday not in a courthouse but in a theater. Outside the venue, one story line has the cruise ship's skipper not wearing his eyeglasses on the evening of the accident.
On Sat, March 3, Twitter users took to the social media Web site to express their opinions on Chris Brown and Rihanna, under the banner “If Chris Brown was our teacher …” While the bulk of the posts criticized Brown for his notorious temper and history of domestic abuse, some Twitter users took the opportunity to praise the singer-rapper-dancer.
Richard Parsons will step down as chairman of Citigroup Inc. at its annual meeting in April and be succeeded by Michael O'Neill, the former CEO of the Bank of Hawaii Corp., Citigroup said on Friday.
A senior investment banker of Morgan Stanley has been charged with a hate crime involving stabbing and threatening a cab driver in New York over a fare dispute.
Michael McKibben convinced a jury that Facebook infringed on his patented technology for social media sharing, but was unable to show the patent was valid. A federal appeals court will hear McKibben's appeal Monday.
A top British lawyer will visit the U.S. next month to explore the possibility of suing News Corp., the American arm of Rupert Murdoch's global media empire, on behalf of three people who believe a Murdoch detective may have hacked their voice mail while they were in the United States, according to reports.
After the tragic shooting Monday that took the lives of three students and left two others wounded, the students of Ohio's Chardon High returned to school Friday.
Radar Online is reporting that Florida officials have formally requested an interview with Chris Brown, and that his attorney Mark Geragos is in constant contact with the DA.
Morgan Stanley has placed a senior investment banker on leave following his arrest this week on assault and hate crime charges for allegedly stabbing a taxi driver over a fare dispute.
Eastman Kodak Co has agreed to sell its online photo services business to Shutterfly Inc for $23.8 million, kicking off the bankrupt photography pioneer's relaunch as a much slimmer company although a patent sale seen crucial to its turnaround may still be months away.
Microsoft Corp hired as one of its lobbyists a former Federal Trade Commission lawyer who had access to thousands of confidential Google Inc documents, according to a source close to the situation.
Daniel Bongino likes his chances in the notoriously blue-state of Maryland.
The trial over former Desperate Housewives star Nicollete Sheridan departure from the ABC's hit television show has begun as lawyers gave their opening statements to the jury.