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.

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.

Apr 28

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Justice’s Recommendation

Assistant Attorney General Joel Klein discussed the government's recommendation to break up Microsoft in a press conference this afternoon. The following is text of his comments.

Apr 28

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Microsoft’s Reaction

Following the government's announcement, several Microsoft officials made statements critical of the Justice Department's action and defending their company.

Mar 16

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The Business of E-Books

This week, horror writer Stephen King became the first best-selling author to publish a work exclusively in electronic format. First-day sales of "Riding the Bullet" surpassed first-day sales of all King's best-selling books on paper.

Top Internet services provider America Online Inc. will buy Time Warner Inc., the world's largest media and entertainment company, for about $166 billion in stock, the companies said, in what ranks as the largest corporate merger deal ever.

Apr 01

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Microsoft Talks Break Down

Talks between the Department of Justice and Microsoft broke down over the weekend. The following is a statement released April 1 by U.S. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Richard Posner in Chicago, the talks' mediator.

Nov 02

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Hi-Tech Healing

The Internet has been much maligned as a purveyor of pornography and much hyped as the future of business, work, travel and leisure, but one organization is on the ground trying to use new technologies for something concrete: a healing…