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Arianna Huffington, I Need You To Tell The Truth (UPDATE: Arianna Responds)

Bugeyes | Posted 10.18.2013 | Weird News
Bugeyes

After reviewing the allegations, our Editor-in-Chief sat down with ET to put the rumors of her "ET" origins to rest.

Pigeon Study Unlocks Secret Of Birds' Amazing Homing Skills

| Sarah C. P. Williams | Posted 04.27.2012 | Science

Release a pigeon thousands of kilometers from home, and it'll fly across seas, forests, or deserts to return. It's not sight or smell that allows thi...

Coast Guard Rescues 10 From Burning Fishing Boat

AP | Posted 06.22.2012 | World

HONOLULU — Ten members of a Taiwanese fishing ship were rescued in the Pacific after being forced to abandon the burning vessel before it sank, ...

WallyGPX Makes 'Angry Birds' GPS Art

The Huffington Post | Andres Jauregui | Posted 04.18.2012 | Technology

Bored with your Etch-a-Sketch? Feeling creative but not-so-sedentary? Take a tip from Michael Wallace. Best known by his handle, WallyGPX, Wallace...

5 Apps And Websites To Beat Traffic

Lori McCoy | Posted 06.22.2012 | Fifty
Lori McCoy

Here are five websites and apps to help you get where you're going -- without being blocked by traffic.

The First Person To Call When You Decide To Divorce

Nancy Fagan | Posted 05.30.2012 | Divorce
Nancy Fagan

When you decide to take action and get your divorce started, your first call should be to a divorce mediator -- not an attorney. Attorneys are trained to litigate, not mediate.

My GPS Can Suck It

Jena Kingsley | Posted 05.19.2012 | Comedy
Jena Kingsley

Three miles on this road? But its going in a direction totally opposite of the city. I mean, my GPS is from England. Does she really know her way around here? But her voice... it's so... calming.

Small Businesses Cope With Rising Gas Prices

AP | By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG | Posted 02.24.2012 | Small Business

NEW YORK -- As any driver knows, rising gas prices can put a dent in a household budget. For small business owners, it can hurt – or even wipe o...

FCC Sends Wireless Broadband Firm LightSquared Back to Square One

Corbin Hiar | Posted 04.18.2012 | Technology
Corbin Hiar

Wireless broadband company LightSquared's fast-tracked approval process came to a screeching halt late Tuesday when the FCC decided to "indefinitely suspend" its conditional waiver to operate.

U.S. v. Jones: Fourth Amendment Privacy Certainly Not "Dead," But How Do We Deal With It?

Christina Gagnier | Posted 03.25.2012 | Technology
Christina Gagnier

Privacy and its treatment in the civil context, particularly what society's view of the "reasonable expectation of privacy" is, will most certainly be shaped by society's use of technology and how it interacts with platforms like Facebook or Google.

Mike Sacks

Warrantless GPS Tracking Unconstitutional, Supreme Court Rules

HuffingtonPost.com | Mike Sacks | Posted 01.24.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- The installation of a GPS tracking device onto a suspect's car constitutes a search -- and therefore could require a warrant -- the Supr...

Coming Out of the Black

Diane Russell | Posted 03.20.2012 | Technology
Diane Russell

With major websites going dark to protest SOPA, it's a good time to note that another of the nation's hottest technology issues is quickly moving from push to shove, complete with accusations of double-dealing government agencies and conflicts of interest.

Are Smartphones Replacing Human Memory?

Nancy Colier | Posted 03.19.2012 | Healthy Living
Nancy Colier

We must remember to look up from our screens, not only to avoid getting hit by oncoming traffic but because of the possibilities that looking up offers, and to remind ourselves that we are a part of a much larger matrix of life upon which we all depend.

Open Government Data: Not Just Good Policy, But Economically Sound

W. David Stephenson | Posted 03.11.2012 | Business
W. David Stephenson

It's time for those on both the right and left concerned about the cost and efficiency of government to join in: opening up data makes hard economic sense as well.

2011 in Review

Shan Wells | Posted 02.27.2012 | Denver
Shan Wells

2011 will long be remembered as the flip side of 2008, as it hosted a GOP pre-season primary every bit as tough as the famous Clinton/Obama duel, but much sillier.

2011: A Civil Liberties Year in Review

John W. Whitehead | Posted 02.26.2012 | Politics
John W. Whitehead

All in all, it's been a mixed bag of a year, but on the civil liberties front, things were particularly grim.

GPS May Soon Be Even Better At Finding You

AP | DAN ELLIOTT | Posted 02.12.2012 | Technology

DENVER — A $5.5 billion upgrade to the Global Positioning System moved a step closer to launch this week when a prototype arrived at a Lockheed ...

Time to Occupy the Internet Before It's Too Late

Bob Cesca | Posted 02.08.2012 | Politics
Bob Cesca

There's a cold war of attrition being fought for the right to own the Internet, its content and its technology, and you're losing.

Banned for Life From Facebook, Man Finds a Home on Google Plus (Video)

Dan McDermott | Posted 01.15.2012 | Technology
Dan McDermott

My special guest on this edition of Google Plus Week is Adam Guerbuez, the Montreal marketer who got sued for $873 million by Facebook and lost.

Congress Should Resolve Location Tracking Questions

Sen. Ron Wyden | Posted 01.08.2012 | Politics
Sen. Ron Wyden

Today, the Supreme Court was asked to tackle an important question: does the government need a warrant to use an electronic tracking device to secretly monitor your movements, 24 hours a day?

Mike Sacks

Justices Consider The Limits Of Privacy On Public Sidewalks

HuffingtonPost.com | Mike Sacks | Posted 01.08.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- The justices appear poised to go big or go home when it comes to protecting privacy rights against digital intrusion. Antoine Jones, ...

"Big Brother" is Really Watching You -- GPS Surveillance in the Supreme Court

Bennett L. Gershman | Posted 01.07.2012 | Crime
Bennett L. Gershman

In United States v. Jones, the Supreme Court will decide whether the secret installation by police of a GPS device to the defendant's vehicle and monitoring his movements every day for four weeks is a "search" that requires a warrant.

United States v. Jones: D.C. GPS Case To Test Fourth Amendment Rights

The Huffington Post | Arin Greenwood | Posted 01.07.2012 | DC

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear arguments in a District of Columbia case involving police use of a global positioning system...

New GPS Shoes Help Track Alzheimer's Patients

The Huffington Post | Tara Kelly | Posted 12.27.2011 | Healthy Living

Caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease can now breathe a sigh of relief. Next month, shoes fitted with GPS tracking systems will hit store ...

U.S. v. Jones: Where Privacy, Technology and the Constitution Collide

John W. Whitehead | Posted 12.10.2011 | Technology
John W. Whitehead

"The privacy and dignity of our citizens [are] being whittled away by sometimes imperceptible steps. Taken individually, each step may be of little co...