Sunday, April 15, 2012

Google Is Faulted for Impeding U.S. Inquiry on Data Collection(Photo)

When Google first revealed in 2010 that cars it was using to map streets were also sweeping up sensitive personal information from wireless home networks, it called the data collection a mistake. On Saturday, federal regulators charged that Google had “deliberately impeded and delayed” an investigation into the data collection and ordered a $25,000 fine on the search giant.The finding, by the Federal

Jennifer Aniston Is Delighted At Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Engagement(Photo-Video)

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have announced their engagement and there are obviously no hard feelings between Jennifer Aniston and her former husband, as report that she is happy for the pair. A spokesperson for the Horrible Bosses actress has told how Jen is "happy for Brad and Angelina." She goes on to explain that Jennifer is in such a good place at the moment with new beau Justin Theroux that she even thanks Jolie for her part in the Jen-Bra-Ange love triangle as she may never have been romantically linked with the screenwriter had it not been for Jolie. The statement also tell of it would be no surprise if "she even went to their wedding."

CUP: Late-Race Troubles Deny Johnson Shot At Win(Photo)

Five-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson succinctly summed up his Saturday night following the Samsung Mobile 500. "Second sucks," Johnson said . Johnson, who led more laps than any driver in the 334-lap race at Texas Motor Speedway, used some more colorful language on

Taliban attack Afghan capital, 3 other cities(Photo)

The Taliban launched a series of coordinated attacks on at least seven sites across the Afghan capital on Sunday, targeting NATO headquarters, the parliament and diplomatic residences. Militants also launched near-simultaneous assaults in three other eastern cities.
The Taliban launched a series of coordinated attacks on at least seven sites across the Afghan capital on

More tornadoes possible Sunday in battered Midwest(Photo-Video)

A violent storm system unleashed dozens of tornadoes across the Midwest and Plains, leaving five people dead and at least 29 injured in Oklahoma Sunday morning. As the weather gripped the region, twisters or high winds damaged a hospital, homes and cut power to hundreds of thousands, and forecasters warned more storms were possible before the day was over.
Oklahoma emergency officials said five people died after a tornado touched down at 12:18 a.m. Sunday in and around the