It’s 11:30 a.m. on a Wednesday morning. While average users flock to their Facebook account to brush up on the latest news stories or profile updates, the Facebook team in Palo Alto, Calif. conducts some serious business.
Still putting off buying Christmas gifts? Today’s the day to stop procrastinating. (via It’s Your Money)
Oh, the weather outside is frightful. But the fire inside this mansion is so delightful. (Via the Huffington Post)
Insulting your dinner guests for posing in Playboy is never a good idea. Especially if you posed in Playboy, too.
The violent escalation of the student protests against the tuition fees hike in London shocked many people, and now one of Britain’s top police chiefs is pondering the banning of future marches.
In a twisted turn of karmic legal events, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the 29-year-old twins who succeeded in extracting a reported $65 million from Facebook CEO (and TIME’s 2010 Person of the Year) Mark Zuckerberg, are now …
The Pope may not have much use for anything provocative, but he didn’t seem to mind when a troupe of male acrobats stripped off and performed in front of him at the Vatican City last week.
The winner received Twitter’s first-ever Golden Tweet award. But who won and for what message of no more than 140 characters?
In an important test case, the European Court of Justice has ruled that Dutch authorities can ban coffee shops from selling marijuana to foreigners.
New Yorkers are buzzing about the sad, strange case of Heidi Jones – the television meteorologist who is facing a year in jail for lying to the police.
Dec. 16 marks the 235th birthday for Jane Austen, the legendary English author from the 19th century. And as a tribute, Google have made her her own Doodle. It sure beats a cake and all those candles.