The following is the second part of Rear Admiral Charles Griffiths' testimony before the Navy's Court of Inquiry. Adm. Griffiths discusses the Greeneville's scheduled exercises and the presence of civilians in the control room.
The following is the first part of Rear Admiral Charles Griffiths' testimony before the Navy's Court of Inquiry. In this section he outlines the submarine's scheduled exercises for the day of the accident.
An independent study shows former Vice President Al Gore would have picked up only a handful of votes in Florida's Miami-Dade County if officials had gone through with the hand count of presidential votes he'd requested.
Just a month after parent company NBC set the stage for widespread staff cuts, cable business network CNBC announced it would cut a quarter of its online operation and 4 percent of its broadcast staff in a move to consolidate…
In a continuing war between the Russian government and the nation's only independent national television station, prosecutors yesterday raided a bank owned by Russian media mogul Vladimir Gusinsky. The U.S. State Department cried foul.
Television coverage of election night returns interfered with the electoral process and in CNN's case was "a debacle," according to an independent report released today.
After a high-profile presence at the Republican National Convention in August, streaming media Webcaster Pseudo.com was billing itself at the Internet's latest up-and-comer -- until it went bankrupt a month later.
AOL Time Warner cut more than 2,000 jobs Tuesday in what officials from the recently-merged company said was a move to streamline operations.
CNN announced a 10 percent staff cut today, eliminating at least 400 positions in an overall effort to restructure its networks.
NBC has announced it plans to cut as many as 600 positions from its broadcast, cable and station staffs in an attempt to reduce operating costs. Meanwhile, reports say cuts at CNN could eliminate as many as 1,000 jobs.
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