A legal spat over a William Faulkner quote featured in a Woody Allen film could lead to a legal decision that ripples and affects other works.
Apple's latest tablet comes in a smaller, pocketable, gripable, adorable new travel size. But the iPad Mini is more than just a smaller face -- it's a whole new product with its own killer features and disappointments. Joining the iPhone and 10-inch iPad in Apple's iOS lineup, the 7.8-inch iPad enters a crowded market of 7-inch tablets. Here's a closer look at the Mini and how it stacks up against its competitors.
For all of its expected action and drama, the new "Halo 4" boils down to an essential question: Are its central characters humans, machines or something in between?
Don't simply saunter up to the boarding gate at a Spirit Airlines flight and think you can carry on your luggage for free. That'll cost you $100 starting Tuesday. While discount carrier Spirit Airlines makes customers pay for most carry-on and checked luggage, its customers could pay up to $100 to bring their bags if they forget to pay in advance
If your passport is gathering dust and your suitcase desperately needs a workout, don't throw away thoughts of a thrilling vacation just because your wallet doesn't match your wanderlust.
Add this to the list of reasons why exercise is good for you: A new study says 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity, leisure time exercise is associated with roughly 3.4 years added to a person's life.
For years it was thought that most damage from a major heart attack was permanent: Dead tissue turns to scar tissue, leading to the heart muscle's gradual deterioration. But now, there is growing optimism that stem cell therapy may help patients with damaged hearts return to a fully functional life, based on results from early studies.
When some people think about heart disease, they think primarily of older adults. However, both doctors and young patients miss opportunities to recognize symptoms of heart problems and treat them proactively, according to research presented at the American Heart Association conference. A study discussed Tuesday found a common risk factor for heart disease - high blood pressure, or hypertension - often goes undiagnosed in younger patients.
The Bible is relatively unconcerned with abortion rights and same-sex marriage. It is far more concerned with questions of poverty and wealth, war and peace. If you think otherwise, it's not the Bible speaking. It's the political operative at the bottom of the well.
We should stop using churches as polling places. We need to preserve the separation between church and state, and some studies even suggest that voting in a church might influence voters.