That shaking DC residents felt today wasn’t the ground-breaking passage of the financial reform bill: it was actually an earthquake!
David Letterman’s attempted extortionist was the most unusual name to garner an Emmy nomination when the list came out yesterday.
Thanks to a new iPhone app, you can query World Cup legend Paul the Octopus (well, an octopus like him) on everything from what pizza you should buy to whether you should continue to read this article.
An investigation by the Associated Press found that if you live in New Mexico and a few other states, your election data could be compromised.
When you think about viral video parodies, Brigham Young University might not immediately come to mind. But the school’s library produced an impressively made, hilarious spoof of Old Spice’s popular ad starring Isaiah Mustafa. To …
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.
The retro-preppy girl on the cover of the band’s latest album claims she never gave permission for her image to be used.
Apple is set to make an announcement regarding the iPhone 4 at a news conference this afternoon. Some speculate the company will address the phone’s infamous reception issues. But what will they do about it?
With those pesky laws limiting the places you can text (who needs to watch the road, anyway?) the Samsung App store has capitalized on the one activity still unregulated for texting multi-taskers: walking.
Don’t worry, Pink fans — she’s okay.
A feel-good movie about Bin Laden? Really?
“The American people will never again be asked to foot the bill for Wall Street’s mistakes. From now on, every American will be empowered with the clear and concise information you need to make financial decisions that are best