Lost has forced fans to sit through six seasons of pure edge-of-your-seat tension, and it all ends tonight, a fact that makes diehard fans nearly nauseous with anxiety. Could producers screw up the ending of their one true love? …
Today marks the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man. The Google Doodles team wanted to do something special and they certainly delivered. (via Techland)
One commercial is flaring up plenty of controversy.
As speculation spread Tuesday night that Paramount Pictures booted actress Megan Fox from its Transformers movie franchise, Fox had her representatives ready to respond. Her camp made it clear to People that it was her decision …
“Yeah, there’s hope for print. I mean, you’ve got to have something in the bathroom, right?”
The protesters dig in as the death toll climbs in Thailand. See the latest photos from the scene. (via TIME.com)
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)
TIME’s Peter Ha has the lowdown on an e-mail exchange between the Apple head honcho and a Valleywag reporter. Among the highlights? Jobs says the iPad is promoting a world free from data thieves and pornography. (via Techland)
TIME’s David Von Drehle digs into Kagan’s much-discussed senior thesis from her time at Princeton University to see if there’s any truth to the rumors the Supreme Court nominee was once a hard-lined socialist. What’s the verdict? …
A celebrity who’s who list showed up to New York’s St. Ignatius Loyola Church to pay their respects to Lena Horne. (Via Essence.com.)
From Swampland, TIME’s Michael Scherer posts about the creation of West Wing Week, a new White House video that documents President Barack Obama. “In another circumstance, one could marvel at the access this videographer gets,” …
Thai soldiers are clashing with well-fortified protesters who have blockaded the city’s business district. See the latest pictures from the scene.