"If something happens that he wants to respond to or have a comment on in real time, then he'll be able to do so on...
Wesley Lowery and Ryan Reilly say they were detained in Missouri after refusing to leave a McDonald's on police orders
"I think we're a country in civil war... Shooting hasn't started, but somebody stupid is going to do something stupid and it will escalate --...
The veteran HuffPost editor has a book contract to fulfill
A New York judge refused for a second time Arianna Huffington and Ken Lerer's request to dismiss a lawsuit claiming that the media moguls stole...
The bloggers say they deserve a cut of the $315 million AOL spent purchasing the site
Maymann will take on the new title of Huffington Post CEO, helping the company move to a standalone business under owner AOL
Hurricane Sandy took down the Huffington Post and Gawker, leaving both sites crippled this morning
The iPad-only magazine is now, like all of HuffPo's other content, free
Cindy Jeffers, a former Huffington Post executive, plans to finally launch apps for the 17-year-old online news site
Section will debut in August
Stock price jumps over 4 percent on the stronger than anticipated earnings
AOL will launch video channels for food, business, entertainment and other topics
The New York Times is the only news organization with more than one prize
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong has a new deal through 2016
Unpaid bloggers had sued the Huffington Post, but a judge dismissed the class-action suit on Friday
Michael Arrington, ousted from TechCrunch by Arianna Huffington, struck back at the media mogul in a post on Thursday
AOL and the Huffington Post showed a demo of the Huffington Post Streaming Network to reporters on Thursday
Higher ad revenue helps slow AOL's revenue decline and pushes the company past Wall Street's forecasts
Site will cover everything from breaking news to editorial meetings
New blogs and HuffPost content come to the online ticketing site
Infusion gives new editor-in-chief Ben Smith money to ramp up the reporting at site known for viral videos and memes
Business Insider's Nicholas Carlson says $100M
Jaimie Etkin, former associate culture editor for Newsweek and The Daily Beast will run the rebranded site
They aren't re-tweeting much or engaging their readers, a Pew study finds
Global ad revenue increased by 8 percent while subscription revenues dropped 22 percent
Now that the former Alaska governor isn't running in 2012, a delayed endorsement can keep her in the spotlight
The firm had just upped its stake in July
Series star the likes of Jackson Rathbone and Antonio Sabato, Jr.
The Huff Post Media Group also hired away Lisa Belkin from the New York Times