The Defense Department will test a new method of voting over the Internet for absentee ballot voters in the military or living overseas during the 2004 presidential general and primary elections.
University of Michigan researchers say they have made a breakthrough that could lead to new treatments for human deafness and age-related hearing loss.
The promise of clean coal power might be delivered by fuel cells, new technology can improve airport security, and other scientific research news.
Tracing the original human migration from Africa genetically, coastal cities draw more rainfall, and other scientific research findings.
The U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs said Tuesday his department is preparing to meet the needs of about 200,000 brand new war veterans who are beginning to return home from Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The longtime First Lady of Jazz singers, Ella Fitzgerald, was born this day in 1918 in Newport News, Va. Fitzgerald died in 1996, but left a splendid musical performance and recording legacy.
Cornet player Bobby Hackett was born this day in 1915 in Providence, R.I. He also played trumpet, guitar, ukulele and banjo.
To the chant, "we are ready, we are ready," Hewlett Packard's chairwoman and chief executive, Carly Fiorina galvanized employees gathered Tuesday in Palo Alto,