The 24 detained crew members of the downed U.S. surveillance plane may be headed home from China as early as late Wednesday.
NBC will pull the plug on its cash-strapped NBCi Web property and meld it into its larger broadcast unit, company officials announced today. The decision will likely result in pink slips for many of the site's 339 employees.
The slumping stock market and declining ad revenues continue to fuel Internet layoffs.
Journalists at NTV, Russia's only nationwide independent television network, took their fight against a takeover by the state-run gas company to the airwaves Wednesday.
The first U.S. contact with the 24 crew members came amid a continuing war of allegations with China over the status of the top-secret aircraft.
Russia's state-controlled gas company Tuesday fired the board of directors at NTV, the country's only nationwide independent television station, the latest volley in a continuing battle over the station's future.
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More than three months after Democrat Al Gore conceded the contested 2000 election, an independent hand recount of Florida's ballots released Tuesday says he would have lost anyway, even if officials would have allowed the hand count he requested.
The U.S. Senate voted Wednesday to require television stations to charge their lowest advertising rates for political ads.
Saudi commandos freed over 100 passengers trapped on board a hijacked plane at the Medina, Saudi Arabia, airport.
The leaders of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban told the British Broadcasting Corporation Wednesday to close down its office in Kabul, accusing the media outlet of bias in its coverage of the group's destruction of ancient statues of Buddha.
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