The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a 1998 law allowing copyright holders and entertainment companies to retain their rights to books, music, movies and other creative materials an additional 20 years.
North Korea's Foreign Ministry called a U.S. offer to talk about possible aid in exchange for an end to Pyongyang's nuclear program "a painted cake pie in the sky."…
Nine states and the District of Columbia are forming a nonprofit group to hold down the costs of prescription drug plans for their workers and Medicaid recipients, according to The New York Times.
CNN Chairman and Chief Executive Walter Isaacson told his staff Monday that he was leaving his post to head a think tank located in Washington, D.C.
Steve Case, the media chief who helped engineer the corporate marriage of AOL and Time Warner two years ago, announced Sunday he would step down as chairman of the merged corporation, saying his departure was "in the best interest of…
United Nations weapons experts said Monday that they may need up to a year to complete their inspections in Iraq, as thousands of U.S. troops continue to be deployed to the Gulf region ahead of a potential confrontation with Baghdad.
Six major news organizations decided on Monday to dissolve the Voter News Service, a consortium they formed to collect voter information and exit poll data nationwide.
By PBS NewsHour
Fesshaye Yohannes, a prominent Eritrean journalist, was one of four recipients of the 2002 International Press Freedom Award, honored for his demonstrated courage to report independently under repressive political conditions.
Immigrants from 13 mostly Muslim countries visited Immigration and Naturalization Service offices by the thousands Friday to register with authorities as required under anti-terror laws introduced after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
North Korea announced Friday it would withdraw from a treaty aimed at preventing the spread of nuclear weapons, sparking alarm and condemnation from leaders around the world.
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