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Copenhagen Accord's lack of emissions targets will make it difficult for lawmakers to argue that the U.S. should have a cap while China and other big polluters do not.
In 2008, Obama was linked to seven former U.S. presidents, including both Bushes. Now he's linked to the very man who removed his filibuster-proof majority in the Senate.
As more people get their news from social networks and the blogosphere, a new survey finds differing agendas and news coverage from social-media sites versus those from traditional press outlets.
Tennessee jury convicts 22-year-old son of a Democratic politician of hacking into Sarah Palin's Yahoo e-mail account when she was a U.S. vice presidential candidate.
The Venezuelan leader decides he must "wage the battle online" by becoming a microblogger. Will he "break records for numbers of followers," as predicted?
People looking for news and information about the crash into the Hudson River caused a big spike in Internet traffic.
Members of Congress announce the Global Internet Freedom Caucus and a bill to spend federal dollars on research to "defeat Internet suppression and censorship."
Contrary to what he called "conventional wisdom," the Massachusetts Democrat says a bipartisan climate change bill will emerge soon in the U.S. Senate.
Stats junkies--get your fix over at Google's hot trends page, where you can track what people are searching for (mostly politics) as Tuesday's election results progress.
The global race to develop clean tech is shaping up to be a contest between Chinese-style capitalism and the U.S. and Europe's more market-oriented approach.