Military investigators have found a document in which Army officials instructed U.S. warplanes to fire on groups of South Korean refugees fleeing toward American lines during the Korean War’s early days, CBS News reported. Continue reading →
A newsmaker interview with Joel Klein, the assistant attorney general who heads the Justice Department’s antitrust division. Continue reading →
Both sides in the Microsoft antitrust case have claimed to be fighting on behalf of innovation in the fast-changing technology and information field. Continue reading →
Attorney General Janet Reno and Assistant Attorney General Joel Klein respond to the Microsoft decision at a Washington, D.C. press conference. Continue reading →
Within moments of Judge Jackson’s final judgment in the case against his company, Bill Gate’s issued the following statement as part of a video press release. Continue reading →
A federal judge orders software giant Microsoft be broken up in accordance with an antitrust ruling. Jim Lehrer leads a discussion on the ramifications of the breakup. Continue reading →
A federal judge orders software giant Microsoft be broken up in accordance with an antitrust ruling. Continue reading →
Jobs related to the Internet increased by more than one third last year, up to 2.5 million. Continue reading →
Gwen Ifill and guests Paul Bremer and Larry Johnson discuss a study that claims terrorism is an increasingly lethal threat to Americans and in the United States. Continue reading →
A Minnesota television reporter admitted he got "caught in the rush of getting the story" when he allegedly stole a tape of an illegal dogfight and used it in an on-air expose. Continue reading →
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