He’s been one of the world’s hottest topics this past month and has even “spoken” to TIME’s World Cup blog. But now Paul the psychic octopus is the subject of an international transfer request. Hold onto your tentacles.
Two weeks ago, Brooklyn-based video producer Adam Quirk began a fund raising campaign meant to bring about one day’s steady annoyance to BP’s top execs. Yesterday, ear-splitting justice was served as a group of volunteers played …
After a heated debate ending at 4 a.m, Argentina’s government has legalized same-sex marriage, making it the first Latin American country to grant full equal rights to gay and lesbian couples.
Google, after recently running an analysis of its search queries, was able to determine which country stands at number one in sex-related content search. And you’ll never guess which one won out.
Calling full face veils “a new form of enslavement,” the lower house of the French parliament voted 335 to 1 to ban any garment which obstructs the face.
This is certainly one way to speak out against BP — and really annoy a museum’s cleaning staff.
The World Cup might just have finished but soccer hasn’t finished with you. And Major League Soccer is making a major league signing.
An Iranian woman convicted of adultery has won a reprieve from her death sentence — of sorts. (via AP)
What was a joyous afternoon for millions of football fans around the world became a nightmare for dozens in Kampala. Two bombings resulted in the deaths and injuries of World Cup fans and restaurant patrons in Uganda’s capital …
Could the Deepwater Horizon spill cause a massive eruption of methane that destroys civilization as we know it, bet-hedging question mark?
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