Ja Rule Pleads Guilty to $3M NJ Tax Evasion

Ja Rule, the platinum-selling rapper, has pleaded guilty in a $3 million tax evasion case in New Jersey. more

BlackBerry PlayBook Release Date Announced

The BlackBerry PlayBook's official US and Canadian release date has been announced as April 19th. more

Kucinich Critical of Obama's Decision on Libya

Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) has spoken out against President Barack Obama's decision to order American troops to take part in a multi-national military action against Libya. more

Detroit Drivers Hit with Highest Insurance Premiums

Detroit drivers and drivers across the entire state of Michigan are facing the highest motor vehicle insurance costs in the country. Among the states with the highest insurance rates for U.S. drivers is the state home to the country's largest automakers, an insure.com survey indicated. more

Libya War is All About Oil, Says Massachusetts Lawmaker

The war in Libya is all about oil, says one Massachusetts Democrat. The claim of Representative Markey is that the U.S. military intervention in Libya is underway because our country is too dependent on foreign oil. more

Karzai & Leaders Look to Negotiate End to Afghan War

Hamid Karzai has extended his hand to the Taliban's leadership organizations in an effort to bring everyone to the table and talk about the ongoing battles in Afghanistan. more

Nancy Pelosi Back In Action In Italy After Brief Hospital Visit

Nancy Pelosi resumed her busy schedule as the leader of a congressional delegation in Rome this week after a brief hospital visit forced her to cancel early meetings. more

Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown Hits YouTube To Sway Voters

It turns out Rebecca Black isn't the only thing going on on YouTube this week. California Governor Jerry Brown posted an appeal to the voters of his state urging them to vote on a budget amendment that would allow Californians to weigh in on state spending cuts. more

Gaddafi, Libya the Focus of Obama & Erdogan Discussion

Gaddafi's control in Libya is a hot topic amongst world leaders, and on Tuesday - President Obama made sure to use the topic to better understand the developing situation in the Middle East. President Barack Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan have had ongoing telephone consultations on the situation in Libya, the White House said. more

Gaza Attacked by Israeli Army, 8 Reported Dead

In Gaza, at least 8 Palestinians were killed in a series of Israeli army attacks in response to missiles and rockets fired at southern Israel, officials said. more

Obama El Salvador, Latin America Could Be Mideast Models

El Salvador and other countries in Latin America can be an example for the Middle East and elsewhere where countries are struggling toward democracy from dictatorship, U.S. President Barack Obama said. more

Warren Buffet Sees 'Buying Opportunity' In Japan

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, whose Berkshire Hathaway Inc. has invested heavily in the Japanese market, said Monday that Japan's earthquake created a buying opportunity for equity investors. more

Robin Roberts & Good Morning America Shocked by Chris Brown's Tirade

Robin Roberts sat down this morning with Chris Brown on Good Morning America - but it seems that the pre-approved questions Roberts asked Brown didn't go over too well. Chris Brown lost his temper and smashed a window at the "Good Morning America" studio in New York Tuesday, TMZ reported. more

Auto Prices & Gasoline Prices: An Economic Outlook

Auto prices are already feeling the pinch of the Japanese natural disasters. Now, economists, retail experts, manufacturers and consumers are debating whether or not the United States is ready for spiking gasoline prices. more

Kate Middleton: Rolls-Royce Wedding Arrival Planned

Kate Middleton will arrive at her royal wedding on April 29th in a vintage 70's Rolls-Royce that has some recent royal-family history. The car, which at the time housed Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, was attacked in December. more

World Water Day Incites Tough Talk From UN, Business Leaders

March 22 is World Water Day and everyone from world leaders to activists to businesspeople are talking about ways to improve the supply and cleanliness of our world's most important resource. more

U.S. Citizenship Test Questions -- Do You Know the Answers?

The U.S. Citizenship Test is making news today as many Americans are discovering how little they know about their country. The test, administered by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, is a requirement for those looking to become naturalized immigrants recognized in our country. more

Boeing 747-8 Leaves The Nest For The First Time

Boeing's new 747-8 Intercontinental, a passenger version of the legendary 747 Jumbo Jet, completed its maiden voyage Sunday, taking off from Paine Field north of Seattle and landing safely about four-and-a-half hours later. more

Healthcare Reform Poll Shows a Divided Country

U.S. residents remain split on the healthcare reform law a year after President Obama signed the legislation into law, a Gallup poll released Tuesday indicates. more

F-15E Fighter Jet Crashes; Crew Ejects Safely

A U.S. F-15 fighter jet crashed in a Libyan field near Benghazi Tuesday, with the two crew members ejecting safely, military officials said. more

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