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WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans are preparing another strike against public broadcasting with legislation to bar federal funding of National Public Radio and prohibit local public stations from using federal money to pay NPR dues. The House...
Tags: Washington, DC, Jim McGovern, Colorado, Radio, Entertainment
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Adam Lambert has learned the dangers of TUI: Tweeting under the influence. At the Grammy Social Media Rock Stars Summit, the pop singer admitted that "drunk tweeting is not good," and that when he has looked over some of his...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Adam Lambert
The nuances of Notre Dame’s latest football recruiting class have escaped Ara Parseghian. Perhaps it’s because the 87-year-old patriarch of modern day Irish football success wasn’t running to check his Twitter feed every five minutes....
EAST BURKE, Vt. (AP) — Bolstered by billions in federal stimulus money, an effort is under way around the country to expand broadband Internet access to rural areas. The ambitious 21st-century infrastructure project parallels the New Deal...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Facebook, eBay Inc., YouTube
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's doctor is moving rapidly toward one that likely will be televised. Saying he was "an innocent man," Dr. Conrad Murray pleaded not guilty today to involuntary manslaughter in the pop...
BERKLEY, Mich. (AP) — Officials in the Detroit suburb of Berkley have begun an internal investigation into a picture that shows a police officer in uniform next to a naked woman. The Oakland Press of Pontiac reports Wednesday that the photo was...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Facebook
SOUTH BEND - It started small. A sneering comment in the cafeteria. Knocking books out of his hands in the hall. Muttering “faggot” whenever he spoke in class. But once the verbal attacks escalated into more physical altercations, Ryan Coleman...
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina prison officials say they have seized a cell phone from an inmate who was updating his Facebook page from prison. Corrections officials told The Post and Courier of Charleston that 22-year-old Quincy Howard...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — New Florida Gov. Rick Scott is tweeting to his constituents, answering a long list of questions in 140 characters or less. The Republican governor was sitting in his office Thursday using Twitter for the first time. He's...
Tags: Elections, Arts and Culture, Government, Florida, Rick Scott
NEW YORK (AP) — "SpongeBob SquarePants" is giving Facebook friends a special treat. The popular Nickelodeon cartoon will debut a new 15-minute episode Thursday on the popular social website. Nick said Wednesday that "SpongeBob SquarePants" has...
BERKLEY, Mich. (AP) — Berkley officials have launched an investigation into a police officer's personal Facebook page that included pictures of officers' faces pasted on bodies of cowboys and scantily clad men Public Safety Director Richard Eshman...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Facebook
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A 16-year-old Indianapolis boy has been arrested for allegedly using Facebook to issue threats of violence against his high school. The teen was arrested early Tuesday and is being held at Marion County's juvenile detention...
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