In a reversal, the Bush administration has not used auctions for any of the $335 billion committed so far from the rescue package. Lawmakers and legal experts say the change has effectively repealed the only enforcement mechanism in the law dealing with lavish pay for top executives.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Five detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, say they want to confess to conspiracy charges for planning the September 11, 2001, attacks, a Pentagon spokeswoman said Monday.
Private information at bargain prices. It was a high-tech flub at the McCain-Palin campaign headquarters in Arlington when Fox 5ís Investigative Reporter Tisha Thompson bought a Blackberry device containing confidential campaign information.
An Indian Court has been called to ban Google Earth amid suggestions the online satellite imaging was used to help plan the terror attacks that killed more than 170 people in Mumbai last month.
Blackbird provides African Americans with easy access to advanced features and services, greater visibility and access to hard-to-find African-American online content and a platform for sharing their entire internet experience on the web.
The U.S. federal government owes up to $52 trillion to citizens who have already earned benefits, officials of a non-profit group said. Rettenmaier said that to put the numbers in perspective, the size of the entire U.S. economy is $14 trillion.
Ford Motor Co. will tell Congress that it plans to return to a pretax profit or break even in 2011 when the Detroit Three automakers' CEOs appear before lawmakers this week to request $25 billion in government loans. --- I would work for a dollar per year if I got $25 Billion from the government.
Bush Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin is still considering a proposal to create a free, porn-free Internet, according to today's Wall Street Journal:
Police in southwestern Ohio say a police chief mistakenly shot himself in the thigh after giving his daughter a gun safety lesson. A police report says 54-year-old Middletown police Chief Greg Schwarber was preparing to clean his Glock .45-caliber pistol on Friday and didn't realize the gun was still loaded.
General Motors Corp., criticized by U.S. lawmakers for its use of corporate jets, asked aviation regulators to block the publicís ability to track a plane it uses.