President-elect Bush nominated Norman Mineta, a Democrat, to lead the Department of Transportation.
Business correspondent Paul Solman talks with a panel of experts about the effect of the Internet on daily life.
President-elect Bush has nominated Anthony Principi to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs.
President-elect Bush has named Donald Rumsfeld to head the Department of Defense. Rumsfeld held the same position during President Ford's administration.
Tough times continue in the world of Internet news as the popular online news magazine Salon.com dropped 20 percent of its staff yesterday. The job cuts came along with a slashed operating budget. Also: APB News hangs on, despite fiscal…
The Federal Trade Commission today unanimously approved a planned merger of America Online and Time Warner -- the largest merger in U.S. history.
After months of legal wrangling with Russian authorities and disputes over debts incurred by his media empire, Russian media mogul Vladimir Gusinsky has been arrested in Spain on an international warrant.
The strike against Seattle's two daily newspapers continues. Workers resumed a boycott campaign Sunday after contract talks collapsed.
Military investigators say U.S. soldiers panicked and opened fire on unarmed civilians near the Korean village of No Gun Ri during the Korean War, but there was no evidence that U.S. soldiers received orders to shoot, newspapers reported.
The U.S. Supreme Court decided Monday it will not allow television cameras into the courtroom to chronicle the 90-minute oral arguments in George W. Bush's election appeal.
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