ASUS is a Taiwanese company that hit it big in the United States. It had been mostly known for computer parts, and in 2007 decided to build computers...
Is it possible to defend Keith Olbermann and Sean Hannity at the same time? Yes, but only if they can admit there is at least one principle on which they can find common ground.
In the aftermath of Tuesday's election, the media has made it appear that all is lost -- the Tea Party is in control, because this narrative keeps us glued to our seats either with delight or fury. Now, the facts.
You'll be drunk before 8:03 ET if we make this too easy, so we're trying for some next-level stuff&nonsense.
There's still time to stop the madness and give the leaders we elected the proper time frame to accomplish what needs to be done.
NBC gathered a group of more than 300 teachers from around the country and asked them provocative questions about charter schools, merit pay, teacher tenure and, of course, Waiting for "Superman."
Did Jon Stewart really suggest on the Oprah Show that when it comes to the horrific experience of school shootings that it's not the guns that are the problem, but "crazy is the problem"?
Anyone in the media talking about raising income tax rates on the top two income brackets should disclose their possible conflict of interest. "Full disclosure, I fall into the top tax bracket myself, so I would personally be affected by changing this rate."
Since the levees broke, independently run New Orleans charter schools educate more than 60 percent of the students compared to about three percent nat...
When you've lived through it, hearing anyone call a disaster someone's Katrina is like hearing a pundit speculate on Obama's That Time Your House Burned Down when you're the one whose house burned down.
Post disaster coverage is a tale of the sacred and the profane. There are the beautiful efforts of caring individuals, and there are counterproductive wombats you want to smack on the head with a pan.
An accomplished and diverse group of people -- Muslim and non-Muslim -- who share a common concern about growing extremism and the threat it poses to ...
I am not a fan of BP, and the oil company deserves the heap of criticism tossed its way, but I believe the media has once again behaved outrageously.
Companies have no feelings. It's not that BP is cold; BP has no temperature at all. It's time we recognized corporations for the ravenous reptilian entities they are and always have been.