Due to its increasing popularity, it now has its own cafe, the first of its kind nationwide.
Apple says it is planning to release two new iPhone designs later this year so it can serve more customers.
Several new state laws will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2012. Some of the most notable include new regulations for booster seats, sobriety checkpoints and handguns.
CBS has announced mid-season premiere dates for the new comedy “¡ROB!” and the return of the Emmy-nominated reality series “Undercover Boss”.
American Airlines announced Wednesday that it has ordered 460 new planes – the largest new aircraft order in aviation history.
Supervisor Jeff Stone says the idea — which has been called a “crazy distraction” — would allow officials to focus on securing borders, balancing budgets, and boosting the economy.
Apple Inc.’s updated version of its iPad tablet computer will be available in stores Friday afternoon but those who can’t wait to say they own the gadget can beat the crowds by ordering one online before the sun rises.
Charlie Sheen could soon have a home on Mark Cuban’s HDNet station.
Daryl Osby will become the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s first black fire chief Thursday when he is sworn in as head of the 4,400- person agency.
Home construction rose at the fastest rate in 20 months in January, pushed up by a spike in apartment building. But construction of single-family homes declined, a sign that demand for housing remains weak.
The new faces of CBS News’ “The Early Show” visited CBS2 Tuesday morning.
Joe Torre’s managerial career with the Dodgers is over after this season, but it’s looking like he will manage somewhere next season.