Is America ready for an awkward family sitcom? (Forget, for a second, that sitcoms are all awkward anyway.)
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The miscreant who stole Jonathan Franzen’s famous eyeglasses has finally opened up with his side of the story. Why did he do it? Because was drunk.
A Saudi Prince who has admitted to beating his servant to death has denied that he was in a gay relationship with the man.
Charlie the chimp, known for his cigarette habit, has died at his home in a South African Zoo.
Wednesday’s links map the web, rank the powerful and squeal at cute bunnies.
Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, has a history of saying frightening things about his company’s power.
Signed by President Lincoln, the famous document owned by late Senator Robert Kennedy could sell for up to $1.5 million.
Of all the pictures taken at this year’s Ryder Cup, one in particular has proved very popular.
What could possibly be worse than seeing your dreams of a career in music brutally crushed on prime-time television? Getting deported.
“We cannot sustain — oops — was that my? Oh, goodness. That’s all right. All of you know who I am. But I’m sure there’s somebody back there that’s really nervous right now. Don’t you think? They’re sweating bullets back
Breaking up is never easy. But now closure from that failed love affair may only be a postage stamp away. You can send your broken heart–or trinkets that hold bitter memories– to Zagreb, the new home to the Museum of Broken …