CHICAGO— “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” an iconic broadcast that grew over two decades into a daytime television powerhouse and the foundation of a multibillion-dollar media empire, will end its run in 2011 after 25 seasons on the air, Oprah’s production company said Thursday night.  Oprah plans to announce the final date for her show […]

Via Popsci Computer science researchers at Berlin’s Free University worked up this Chrysler minivan that can be controlled remotely by an iPhone app. The iDriver app controls steering, braking and acceleration. The system also sends a live video stream of the road ahead to the iPhone screen. The van can also drive itself. Read the […]

Long-Awaited Senate Health Care Bill Unveiled Thursday, November 19, 2009 By: David Espo WASHINGTON (AP) — Setting up a historic year-end health care debate, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid unveiled long-awaited legislation Wednesday night to extend coverage to all but 6 percent of eligible Americans and bar private industry from denying insurance because of pre-existing […]

John Conyers appeared on the Bill Press show this morning and had some harsh criticism for President Barack Obama, regarding the Republican party and health care. He said: I’m getting tired of saving Obama’s can in the White House, I mean, he only won by five votes in the House, and this bill wasn’t anything […]

A 37-year-old father irate over hearing his 15-year-old son had sexual contact with a three-year-old girl made the teen strip at gunpoint, marched him to a vacant lot and shot him to death despite pleas from the boy and his mother, a relative said. Michigan authorities filed a first-degree murder charge Wednesday against Jamar Pinkney […]

Remember the supposed war between the Obama administration and FOX News? Seems like that’s over. Yesterday, President Obama sat down with Fox News White House correspondent Major Garrett to talk about all sorts of things from bail-outs to Korea. Watch the clips below. TELL US: Do you think FOX can still complain that the Obama […]

Via MSNBC EW ORLEANS – The federal government could be vulnerable to billions of dollars in claims after a judge ruled that the Army Corps of Engineers’ failure to properly maintain a navigation channel led to massive flooding in Hurricane Katrina. U.S. District Judge Stanwood Duval on Wednesday awarded seven plaintiffs $720,000, but the government […]