Can you say blip?
Apparently that's what last month's all-time low popularity numbers were for President Obama's health overhaul law, according to this month's tracking poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Overall, the federal Affordable Care Act still remains slightly more unpopular (44 percent) than popular (37 percent), but that's down from last month's 51-34 split.
That headline is pretty spectacular, but the software researcher Trevor Eckhart found in his HTC Android phone does just that. Eckhart posted a video on YouTube on Monday showing how the software works:
Originally published on Wed November 30, 2011 11:35 am
Originally published on Wed November 30, 2011 11:15 am
The Justice Department says the man who shot and wounded President Ronald Reagan in 1981 still poses a threat to public safety.
Prosecutors are fighting an effort by John Hinckley to win more freedom from a mental hospital where he's been confined for decades.
During a hearing in Washington, the prosecutors said the government has been watching Hinckley.
Secret Service agents followed Hinckley last summer, when he said he was going to the movies during visits to his mother's home in Williamsburg, Va.
The first civil lawsuit brought by an alleged victim of Jerry Sandusky is from a man who says he was sexually abused as a young boy more than 100 times by the former Penn State assistant football coach.