Election night can be as confusing as it is exciting. What's the difference between electoral votes and popular votes? What's a balance of power? Read through our glossary to learn more about these and other terms.
A federal judge on Monday ruled against a Web site operator who was seeking to publish an encyclopedia about the Harry Potter series of novels, blocking publication of "The Harry Potter Lexicon" after concluding that it would cause author J.K. Rowling "irreparable injury."
Dear FSB: How does a small company break into the huge (and growing) U.S. Latino market? My firm makes educational toys and games, including Spanish-language versions, but I can't find a way to reach that audience on a very tiny marketing budget. - Gary Gatchel, Owner and President, Tah Dah Rockton, Ill.
You've heard several people on our show, including the Rev. Jesse Jackson and others, admonish us not to use the term "refugee" when describing the New Orleans citizens who've had to flee their homes. Jackson and others, including President Bush, have said or implied that term is racially insensitive.
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - This might come as something of a shock to the gaming world, but Shigeru Miyamoto - the man who created Mario, Donkey Kong and Zelda - really doesn't feel like playing games these days.
Is your Wi-Fi's WEP turned on? What's the difference between bluejacking and bluesnarfing? Do you know your SSID? Get a handle on the details behind the acronyms and jargon that is wireless technology with this Wi-Fi glossary.
The Pentagon's release of memos Tuesday will show that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld never approved a controversial interrogation technique called "water boarding," according to a source who Monday had told CNN the opposite.
Alan Briker, a 57-year-old internist in Westwood, N.J., may give his patients all the attention in the world, but when it comes to his cars, he's got AADD, automotive attention deficit disorder. That's why he loves leasing.