With the release of her latest single, "Touch My Body," Mariah Carey now has more number one singles, at 18, than Elvis Presley, according to the Billboard Hot 100 list.
It's April 1st and we all know what that means: April Fools' Day. A healthy dose of skepticism is strongly advised as you as you browse the internet today or else you may fall victim to the many pranksters on this day.
Ad Revenue for print fell a whopping 9.4% in 2007, according figures released by the Newspaper Association of America.
Oliver Stone is set to make another movie about a U.S. president. This time, that president is none other than George W. Bush.
An old audio recording (maybe the oldest) reduced veteran BBC newsreader Charlotte Green to fits of uncontrollable laughter during a live broadcast.
Those squeamish about giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to heart attack victims will be glad to hear that the American Heart Association finally acknowledge that hands-only CPR works just as well as standard CPR, a procedure involving a series of 30 chest presses followed by two quick breaths.
You know you're rich when a reassessment of one of your properties lowers the taxes you're paying which in turn causes the local school district to lay off people.
After setting a goal to bring 5000 customer service jobs back to the States in 2006, AT&T has only managed to fill 1,400 of those positions. The reason given by AT&T's CEO Randall Stephenson for the shortfall is that there just aren't enough qualified people in the U.S.
Thinking about getting Lasik surgery to correct that less than perfect vision of yours? You may want to think again after reading this woman's story.
CNET will cut about 120 jobs or 10 percent of its US workforce, "effective immediately," paidContent.org has learned from their recent 8-K filing.