Not satisfied with Wikipedia‘s ever growing entry for Julian Assange, internet users have taken to scouring dating sites for potential information — and may have struck gold.
Natural disasters and pop music had Facebook users talking, but this year: Get ready for a vocabulary lesson.
A wooden boat packed with asylum seekers hit jagged rocks off Australia today, dumping men, women and children into rough seas.
Message to awaiting bridegrooms who may be getting cold feet: think twice or you might wind up in court.
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore has a reputation for being a rabble-rouser. So it’s not surprising that he would go out of his way to support one of his kind.
Paul Butler, a Facebook engineering intern, transformed social data into a stunningly beautiful visual that outlines the geographical borders of Facebook friendships.
A tiny sliver of bone found on an island off the South Pacific may finally solve the riddle of Amelia Earhart’s disappearance 73 years ago.
Tuesday’s links go Gaga.
After being held for a week in a British prison cell, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was freed on bail Tuesday at a court appearance in London where he sought to fight his extradition to Sweden in an alleged sex-crimes …
If ever there was a time for soccer’s main man to keep the funnies to himself, it would be now.
It truly is Oprah’s world. We all just happen to live in it.
Naoto Kan became the second Japanese prime minister to visit the iconic World War II battlefield of Iwo Jima Tuesday. He came to pay his respects to the more than 21,000 Japanese soldiers who lost their lives on the Pacific …