Satire, meet reality. Someone nefarious gained brief access to BP’s official U.S. Twitter account and used their posting power to reference a satirical BP feed. Confused? Let’s sort this one out.
He was the part-time paint salesman from Mount Prospect, Ill. And now 24 year-old Lee DeWyze is the ninth winner of American Idol. What else do you need to know? But of course! Here come the Fast Facts …
The movie world descended upon London Wednesday night. No major shocks: Twilight stole the limelight. Harry Potter wasn’t neglected. World continues to spin on its axis.
Fleet Week 2010, beginning in New York today, may be a quintessential experience for tourists. But for the sailors themselves, New York has its share of memorable “perks.”
Last year, Vienna topped the quality of living list. Could the Austrian capital come out ahead of the rest of the world yet again? Jawohl.
As oil continues to leak into the Gulf of Mexico, Americans are mobilizing against company that is responsible for the spill. But is boycotting a local BP gas station the best response?
It’s one of TIME’s Top 10 Haunted Places. As of Tuesday, it’s on the open market — for $1.15 million.
Peppering in the names of distinguished alumni is an easy way to boost commencement speech. But TODAY show news anchor Ann Curry learned the hard way that the names have to be from the right schools.
Honestly, this segment made me feel strangely safe. Probably not the intention.
Reality-show producers: Detroit is no longer the place for you.
Least surprising story of the week? The study released Tuesday showing that the playable version of the classic video game Pac-Man on Google’s front page has eaten up five million hours of work time.
There’s a single-serve website for that.