Twitter is now catching on in Latin America faster than in any other region.
Justin Bieber slowed down is a trippy, otherworldly listen. Sped up? Well, it’s less pleasing.
Remember the trash patch in the Pacific Ocean? Yeah, now there’s one in the Atlantic, too.
The mosque debate rages on: should a mosque be built so close to Ground Zero?
“We were convinced this was going to go down into a bloody shootout.”
– DAVID GONZALES, U.S. marshal for Arizona, on the capture of John McCluskey and his cousin/fiancée/accomplice Casslyn Welch; Welch had helped McCluskey …
First, they turned Google into a verb. Now, the Internet behemoth may hit the silver screen.
Talk about shocking discoveries.
“He” may not always agree with the administration, but Stephen Colbert is nothing if not a proud citizen. And he plans to honor the returning troops by broadcasting two episodes of The Colbert Report next month with his audience …
As if times weren’t tough enough for Rod Blagojevich, a storage company is auctioning off his stuff since he didn’t pay his bill.
When you’re visiting Afghanistan, you’re probably not looking for the best theme parks or golf courses. So a new in-flight magazine serving the country doesn’t sugarcoat its travel tips.
“People are focused on other issues,”
– BILL BURTON, White House spokesman, on why Americans probably don’t know President Barack Obama’s religion (Via USA Today)
A year ago, 24-year-old student Mitrice Richardson disappeared after being released from custody by police after failing to pay an $89 restaurant tab in Malibu, Calif. Last week, after an exhaustive search that turned up no clue …