What a possible overturn by the Federal Communications Commission of a ban on the use of cellphones on planes while in flight could mean.
What You May Not Know About Street Sense, Washington's Homeless Newspaper
With the cold weather upon us, I have been thinking about the day I sold Street Sense, Washington's homeless newspaper.
When I woke up and saw the clear blue sky, I said to myself, Oh, goody. It's lovely weather for selling Street Sense. The temperature would be in the forties, rising into the fift
The New York Times is expected to publish a story Friday on Robert Levinson, a retired FBI agent who went missing in Iran in 2007.
On Thursday night, The AP first revealed that Levinson was working for the CIA at the time of his disappearance, a detail the news organization held for three years at
Recently while waiting for a breakfast meeting to start at a café in Miami's Coconut Grove, I overheard an exchange between a tourist a local who was reading the daily paper. "Where can I get a newspaper around here?" asked the visitor. "Nowhere," said the local.
Newsstands may still be squea
Beginning February 7th, the Winter Olympic Games will be held in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia. Over the course of 16 days, 98 events will be held. In most circumstances our focus would be on high-level competition and international camaraderie. But we cannot ignore the deplorable Russian
Fox News’ Megyn Kelly To Return To Show, Address Santa Claus/Jesus Controversy Tonight: Video
Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly will return to her show tonight, and will address the media drubbing she’s taken after asserting, on her primetime program, that Santa Claus and Jesus Christ were white. (Watch the clip after the jump). A perfect storm of media/late-night comic panning hail
Harris Interactive conducted the poll of nearly 1,500 TV streamers (online U.S. adults who stream TV shows at least once a week) on behalf of Netflix and found that 61% among that group binge regularly — and feel good about it. 73% defined binge watching as watching between 2-6 episodes of the
The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts announced nominees for the AACTA Awards last week with Baz Luhrmann’s locally-made The Great Gatsby and Oz filmmaker Kim Mordaunt’s foreign language Oscar contender The Rocket leading the pack. Today, the Academy has unveiled nominees
In a discovery that would make Inspector Clouseau proud, two long-lost short films starring Peter Sellers have been found in Southend, England and will be screened next year at a local film festival. Those will be the first public showings of Dearth Of A Salesman and Insomnia Is Good For You in over
Sony brings AOSP Android 4.4 to Xperia L
A Google Play Edition of the Xperia Z Ultra is nice and all, but what about stock Android for folks that already own a Sony handset? The latest to get stock Android as part of the AOSP for Xperia project is the Sony Xperia L.