Plans to fine women who have children out of wedlock have caused outrage in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. On Monday, state media reported that under draft legislation being considered by the city's
A stream of celebrities boast on TV shows how it gave them a "new life," while advertisements extolling its cosmetic benefits are everywhere from street billboards to subway stations, magazines and popular
The exoneration of Travyon Martin's killer is a stark reminder of the limitations of our judicial systems and the choices we make about the laws under which we live. In the next few hours and days you'll
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Now he's got 100 problems. Rapper Jay-Z was widely praised for his business savvy after he announced a plan to give away 1 million copies of his new album to Samsung Galaxy smartphone users through a app.
Apple conspired with publishers to fix the price of electronic books, a US judge has ruled. Manhattan Judge Denise Cote said the iPad maker "conspired to restrain trade". But the firm's spokesman, Tom
A little more than a year after the government accused Apple of conspiring with the major book publishers to raise e-book pricing when it launched the iPad in 2010, a federal judge sided with the Department