Hello readers. Look at your TV, now back to this post. Now back at your TV. Now back to this post. (Via Mashable)
From marriages gone bad to celebrities gone mad, whose reputations took a hit this past year?
The future of several government services depends on this day — and the results are in. (Via Swampland)
When it comes to retirement, Brett Favre’s word is about as good as one of those emergency alert warnings streaming across your television set.
It’s 11:30 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. While average users flock to their Facebook account to brush up on the latest news stories or profile updates, the Facebook team in Palo Alto, Calif. conducts some serious business.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful. But the fire inside this mansion is so delightful. (Via the Huffington Post)
What’s more scintillating than a high-profile edition of “I’m sorry!”?
As the rest of society skates its way through the remnants of the recession, the effervescent pop star has plowed her way to the top of the charts in record fashion.
Questionable parenting. Ancient unmentionables. Superficial firings. Don’t hold your breath because this year had its share of head turners.
Members of the Midwest community of colleges are erupting with discontent. (Via NESN)
There are days when you flip on your television or log on to the web and raise your eyebrows: Who is this person, and what did they do to pave their way into the spotlight? Behold 2010’s most fleeting celebrities.
For years, men dominated the tempo and tenor of the financial industry. As the nation digs itself out of a monstrosity of debt, three women have been entrusted to help turn the tide in a positive direction.