The American farmer might not be as poor as you think.
The Treasury Department said Tuesday that China's currency remains undervalued, but stopped short of branding the country a currency manipulator.
As Bangladesh mourns the death of more than 100 workers killed in a factory fire over the weekend, attention is turning to the labels found among the charred debris and what role they could have played in preventing the worst industrial disaster in the country's history.
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Halle Berry's lawyers returned to court Tuesday to ask a Los Angeles judge to keep her child's father away from their daughter because of a Thanksgiving Day fight with Berry's fiance.
Brad Pitt clearly has a great deal going on. Between being dad to six children, a fiancé, an activist and a perfume pitchman, he still manages to squeeze in some time acting. The movie star recently sat down with "Showbiz Tonight's" A.J. Hammer to talk about his latest project, the mob film "Killing Them Softly," and that nagging question of when he plans to marry partner Angelina Jolie.
Poor Microsoft. People who use your search engine seem especially interested in ... Apple.
Something about the Facebook privacy hoax has gotten people to click "share."
My sixth grader has a secret life online. It wasn't so secret about a week ago when I discovered his public profile on Instagram, where he was posting dramatic photos and soulful "Versagrams" (graphical text messages), for all the world to see. One moment he was in love, the next full of despair. I was stunned.
Fliers, drivers and rail riders, heads up: the next 10 years will dramatically transform America's traveling landscape.
When a delayed flight left Steve Pasternack stranded at Miami Airport in early 2011, he settled into his departure lounge seat and cast a curious eye across his fellow passengers. "I noticed a lot of people at the bar looking for something to do," he says, "and I thought it'd be great if I could get them to meet each other."