The issue in precisely 140 characters: Pennsylvania’s attorney general wants to know the real names of two Twitter users. Twitter doesn’t want to give them up. #FreeSpeechShowdown
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, or so we hear. Well, according to the AFP, war crimes prosecutors are seeking to make an enemy out of supermodel Naomi Campbell, by trying to subpoena her over a so-called blood diamond she …
Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the White House State Dinners again, and this happens.
Five paintings worth over $600m — including masterpieces by Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse — have been stolen from a Paris museum.
He’s a man facing several charges, but speaking few words.
The latest, greatest allegation to hit America’s police blotter? Pretending to hold a degree.
From TIME’s Assignment: Detroit blog, reporter Steve Gray puts into context the shooting of a 7-year-old girl by Detroit police during a raid on Sunday. (via Assignment: Detroit)
The Supreme Court ruled May 17 that those inmates deemed “sexually dangerous” can be held indefinitely — even after their prison terms are complete.
“I picked the wrong house.”
-KENNETH PARKERSON, a Florida man arrested for allegedly sneaking onto the patio of the home of fire fighter Ireneusz Fajkis with a video camera. Fajkis’ wife screamed for her husband when she noticed …
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A Facebook group has a strange idea: “Why test on animals when we have pedofiles in prison?” Um.