Five years from now, grade schools across the country are going to be filled with little Aidens.
Stars… They’re just like us. Sometimes they stand around and smile. And then get paid a ton of cash for it. Oh, wait…
WikiLeaks was left scrambling to keep its website alive after an American domain provider pulled the plug late Thursday forcing the whistleblowing website to create a new Swiss web address just six hours after Wikileaks.org was shutdown.
She’s no longer a sidekick. Since joining John McCain’s 2008 presidential ticket, the former governor has morphed into a formidable GOP headliner.
In keeping with his belief that “There’s nothing more depressing than a high schooler with a bald spot,” Glee creator Ryan Murphy said some cast members of the hit show would probably be let go — errr, graduate — at the …
“I’m a shell…of the man I was before I became governor.”
Because you can never start planning too early, right?
During a special press conference Thursday, NASA astrobiologists announced that a team of researchers have uncovered microbes able to subsist on arsenic, which alters the longtime basic formula for life.
In what will surely become known as the Frost-Nixon de nos jours, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and 60 Minutes‘ Lesley Stahl are set to go one-on-one again this Sunday. Let’s hope they don’t unfriend each other once the dust settles.
Blame Canada? More like blame the USA. The latest batch of leaked cables show that American diplomats find Canadians a tad too suspicious of America. Their evidence: Cheesy Canadian TV.