The first set of links for 2012 celebrate the new year with starry skies, scary stories and stickers.
A charity group has rounded up a list of the most bogus science promoted by celebrities in 2011.
Queen Elizabeth got a nasty New Year’s shock when a dead body was discovered near her U.K. country retreat.
Police have opened a murder investigation after a dog walker came across a woman’s remains on Sunday less than two …
Heads up for stargazers: an annual meteor shower early Wednesday morning promises a “brief, beautiful show” worth waking – or staying – up for this year.
Wendi Deng—easily the most famous pie-defender on Twitter— publicly censored her husband, Rupert Murdoch, for sending out a potentially offensive tweet. That’s what the British media led the world to believe for 24 hours, anyway.
Drunk dialing, drunk texts, drunk Facebooking … there are many things one shouldn’t do while drunk. Add online shopping to the list.
From pampered poodles to scrappy strays, bringing pets into the U.K. is about to get easier thanks to a loosening of the country’s notoriously tough quarantine rules.
TIME’s Sean Gregory breaks down the lessons from football’s 17th week.
One Canadian city would like to caution you to beware of loved ones who claim Aries as their zodiac sign—they might be more likely to break the law.
An online campaign puts Parks and Recreation character Ron Swanson in the race for Indiana governor. We’re on board.
An infamous entrepreneur plans to open the Alien Cathouse, located 90 miles from Las Vegas.