The National Rifle Association has expressed many concerns about gun regulation laws, but the latest opposition comes from an unexpected source: the American Civil Liberties Union.
Google introduced a new product on April 1: the Google Nose, a ‘new scentsation.’ Happy April Fool’s Day.
Brigham Young University ranked No. 1 on a list of 25 universities where “students are both hot and smart.”
National survey results show 1 in 50 children have autism, the U.S. Center for Disease Control announced on Wednesday.
The White House wished Twitter followers and Facebook Fans a “Happy Pie Day” with a photo of a child with a mouthful of pie beside President Barack Obama.
An Indianapolis teen got more help than he expected when he stopped to ask for directions during his 10-mile snowy trek to a job interview last week.
An independent accounting publication ranked BYU as No. 3 on a list of the nation’s 50 best accounting undergraduate programs.
Bing and FOX News have partnered to create the Bing Pulse online voting tool, which has led to “the first-ever interactive presidential address.”
Internet news sources lit up early this week after a Washington Post story claimed Sunday that the Federal Communication Commission plans to set up a free public “super Wi-Fi” network, but the claim proved to be false.
Apple is preparing to release its first 128GB version of the iPad 4 just a few days before the Microsoft Surface Pro hybrid, and some see it as a defensive measure.
Facebook introduced a search engine Tuesday that will allow users to search through in-site content like posts and “likes.”