Friday marks the opening of the magical new attraction at Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla. Here are some photos from Colby Katz’s exclusive sneak preview visit last week (Via TIME).
Koman Coulibaly. Enough said.
Anybody who thinks mental health and psychiatric medicine can’t have an impact on athletic performance should speak to L.A. Lakers forward Ron Artest, who credits his psychiatrist for his success.
The long-awaited third installment of Pixar’s Toy Story franchise opens today, and along with veterans Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Pixar favorite John Ratzenberger, the studio has packed the cast with new stars. Here’s a look at …
Behind every successful man stands a woman. And apparently behind every flailing football player stands a WAG.
At this point it’s a tradition: the Los Angeles Lakers win the NBA Championship, the fans riot downtown.
Revenue for the world’s biggest social network was close to $800 million in 2009, according to a report from Reuters.
Campbell Soup is recalling some 15 million pounds of the spaghetti-in-a-can after a factory in Texas undercooked its meatballs. (via NPR)
“What I know is that BP will have to pay a lot of money this year.”
– DMITRY MEDVEDEV, president of Russia, assessing the state of BP. BP is the largest foreign investor in Russian oil. (via the Wall Street Journal)
Utah executed convicted killer Ronnie Lee Gardner after midnight this morning by firing squad.
A Miami heiress passes away and bequeaths millions—to her dogs.
A host of both Republicans and Democrats disliked the Texas Congressman’s apology to BP CEO Tony Hayward. Now, Democratic fundraisers have turned to Facebook, ready to cash in on the outrage.