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So here’s the dilemma: The unfortunately named British singer may well have been the reason the planet didn’t descend into chaos. But on the flip side, we would have been spared his music.
Here’s your Monday dose of stupid criminality.
This either proves or totally invalidates Malcolm Gladwell’s thesis.
It’s that time again–Monday morning, back to the office. You may have had a great weekend resting up (you might have even taken in a Quidditch game or two) but it’s likely you’ve missed out on some big news and trending links …
Remember the tale of the comically inept Russian spies whose small-time exploits had us laughing all summer? Now it turns out there might actually be lives at stake in the matter.
Wait, haven’t we heard this story before?
New Jersey drivers are living up to their reputation of late. Home to America’s worst drivers, be glad you weren’t sharing the road recently with one Karen Born.
Who says crime doesn’t pay? Britain’s coalition government is offering foreign inmates a cash incentive of $2,400 to return voluntarily to their country of origin—tripling the amount offered by the previous government.
A new report comparing veterans in prison in the United States and England has found startling similarities.
A $1.4 million antique violin isn’t something you want to accidentally forget on a train. But that’s just what happened to a panicked German musician on Friday night.
The outgoing California governor made a late bid to become the most popular politician ever (with certain demographics) by telling Jay Leno Monday night, “No one cares if you smoke a joint or not.”