Perhaps the message would be somewhat mixed.
After months of debate, denial and conflict, China has finally announced a new policy on its controversial currency. (Via TIME’s Curious Capitalist)
If you were worried that the complicated symbiotic relationship between Sarah Palin and the media (she needs us for attention, we need her for ratings, and we each provide the other with an easy target) would come to an end soon, …
“I definitely got very lucky today out there.”
– ROGER FEDERER, tennis player, on his five-set victory against unseeded Alejandro Falla (Via MSNBC)
A new dimension to the New York baseball rivalry: which team will inspire the most media-attention grubbing from Gaga?
“I really wanted to live here; it was so much better than our real lives.”
– BLYTHE PASSANTINO, a Harry Potter fan, on having to leave the new Potter-themed theme park at Universal Studios. (via New York Times)
As a young physician on call one night 40 years ago in South Africa, Dr. Sonnet Ehlers tended to an emaciated rape victim. As she counseled the victim, she always remembered one important thing she said: “If only I had teeth down there.”
All work and no dating makes for a country with not enough citizens.
One more reason to ban the buzz.
A global risk specialist at the Huffington Post is warning that a vast reservoir of methane could unleash a terrifying tsunami at the site of the oil spill.
The breastfeeding debate rages on.