US social networking site Facebook on Saturday said it had received reports its wesbite had been blocked in Iran, lamenting the apparent government bar as "a shame."
(AP) -- The nation's turbulent space program will be run by one of its own, a calming well-liked former space shuttle commander.
(AP) -- Shortly before taking over as head of AOL in April, Tim Armstrong ripped out some office doors.
(AP) -- Thunderstorms prevented space shuttle Atlantis from returning to its home base Saturday for the second day in a row, and kept the astronauts circling Earth after a successful repair job at the Hubble Space Telescope.
US President Barack Obama will name black former astronaut Charles Bolden as NASA administrator, The Los Angeles Times reported.
A Russian Internet-investment group has offered to invest 200 million dollars in Facebook Inc., The Wall Street Journal reported.