National

VIA CNN: A rapid series of strong earthquakes hit a mountainous and impoverished area of China’s Qinghai province early Wednesday, killing 589 people, state-run media said, quoting local quake relief headquarters. At least 10,000 others were injured, the Xinhua news agency reported, and many victims, including school children, were buried under debris. Rescuers were struggling […]

VIA CBSNEWS: First Lady Michelle Obama has landed in Haiti for an unannounced visit to the country still struggling to recover following a 7.0 magnitude earthquake on January 12th. Accompanied by Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President Joe Biden, the first lady touched down in Port-au-Prince Tuesday at 10:40 am local time. They […]

VIA CNN: Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will not face criminal charges after he was accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a nightspot, a Georgia prosecutor said. Roethlisberger was accused of sexually assaulting a 20-year-old woman at a Milledgeville, Georgia, bar and restaurant called Capital City. “The sexual allegation against Mr. Roethlisberger cannot be […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Residents of big cities and rural areas are lagging in returning their census questionnaires, but at least two states and hundreds of smaller jurisdictions have already surpassed the rate they achieved in 2000, Census Bureau Director Robert M. Groves said Monday. About two in three households have responded so far, and […]

VIA BLACK AMERICA WEB: President Barack Obama was in Prague on Thursday signing a nuclear arms treaty with Russia. Two weeks ago, the president made a surprise visit to Afghanistan, and in June he will visit Guam and Indonesia. Africa should be the next stop on Obama’s foreign travel itinerary. And he could start with […]

By Mark F. Gray Phil Mickelson may have won the 2010 Masters but even in defeat it was Tiger Woods who proved once he steps between the ropes on a golf course he is still the man. The world’s number one golfer wasn’t at his best for 72 holes but he was able to push […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Justice John Paul Stevens, the longest-serving member of the current Supreme Court and the leader of its liberal wing, announced his retirement Friday, giving President Obama his second chance to make a mark on the nation’s highest court. Stevens, who will turn 90 on April 20, said in a letter addressed […]

I was driving home yesterday, and i was so relaxed…i started to wonder my eyes in the mist of sitting in traffic.  When I looked up i saw a BIG Billboard! I saw squares and images on the squares that looked like apps from the iPhone OS.  I began to look to the side and […]

So here is the break down on the iPhone OS 4.0, its pretty heavy: Announced was the long over due “multitasking” YES! The looks of the home screen are lightly touched up, but there was so much they didn’t even go into that was to much to even talk about in one conference. The new […]

Apple will unravel the curtains today on the latest version of their iPhone OS at a special event.  If you haven’t noticed yet (Apple Fans) every time a new OS is released a next generation of the iPhone is released…hmmmmm I’m not sure if Apple will announce the next iPhone today, but i got my […]