Despite the thundering clouds of economic grief that rain upon the treasured island of saints and scholars, today the Irish have something to smile about.
Invisible internet money is the new real money!
It seems the life of James Bond isn’t actually that far from reality.
The World’s Largest Folk Festival kicks off in Munich. Check out TIME.com’s photo gallery for views of the celebration.
For those hoping to finally get the inside story of what really happened during the Bush administration, your best bet may not be George W. Bush’s forthcoming 14-step memoir, Decision Points. Instead, it might be worth …
Paris Hilton is never far from drama.
On the plus side, Egyptians: This means God totally wasn’t mad at you!
Forget the WD-40. Hungarian bike designers give a whole new meaning to clean design by unveiling the world’s first chainless bike, reports WIRED.
In the U.S., water fountains have plain old still water (blech!). But in Paris, sparking water springs from a public fountain. Does everything have to be classier in France?
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has come out against the death penalty — at least for one American woman.
To say that Tuesday September 21 was a bad day for the Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, is an understatement.
Search engine users around the country are frustrated: What day this week will summer officially become fall?