Apple might have another leaked iPhone on its hands. That’s the buzz after pictures of an device similar to the one found in March were posted on a message board in Vietnam. While there’s some slight differences between the …
American Idol was down its final four this week. On the elimination show Wednesday night, they brought back one of the show’s veterans to mark the occasion.
“Tarballs DO NOT pose a health risk to the average person,”
— A SIGN, posted on a beach on Dauphin Island, Ala., reassuring swimmers that the small blobs of oil that have begun washing up on shore are not a threat. Tests …
The giant oarfish is huge, rarely seen, and might be the origin of the Loch Ness Monster tales. A prime specimen just washed up on shore. Look at this crazy fish!
A frame grab from Libyan TV shows a Dutch boy, the lone survivor of the Afriqiyah airline crash at Tripoli airport, being treated in a hospital in Tripoli on Monday. The crash killed 103 people. (More via CNN)
Former Georgia kindergarten teacher Tonya Craft appeared on the Today Show on Wednesday, just a day after she was acquitted on 22 separate molestation charges.
It may be minor league baseball, but this is still one sad effort.
Goodbye, Niecy Nash.
Gruesome? Yep. But fascinating? Oh, yes. After French legislators voted to return 15 mummified Maori heads to New Zealand after decades on display in museums, TIME looks back at the top 10 famous stolen body parts. (Via TIME.com)
Astronomers reclassified a bizarre dark patch sighted by the Hubble space telescope in a distant nebula in 1999. What is it?
“Now let’s get to work.”
— DAVID CAMERON, the new prime minister of Britain, arriving at 10 Downing Street for his first day on the job. (Via BBC)
D.C. lawyer, civil rights leader and Clinton confidante Vernon Jordan appeared on the TV series The Good Wife on Tuesday night, testing his acting chops (well, sorta) by playing himself.