You might want to check the privacy settings on your status updates. Because there may be some you don’t want just anyone to see.
TIME’s London Bureau Chief, Catherine Mayer, on how the U.K.’s Iraq inquiry has crossed the Atlantic.
Proof for those who say everything in Washington has a price: Bo Obama, the curly-haired pooch owned by the Obama family, is worth exactly $1600.
Despite BA winning a last-second legal injunction that effectively banned cabin crews from commencing a 20-day strike Tuesday, the Unite union has filed for leave to appeal, which should be heard later today.
When you’re the attorney general of Connecticut, you may be able to get away with fibbing about military service. But when you’re running for the state’s U.S. Senate seat? Not so much.
“Given all the noise in the industry, we want to get out and state a clear position so that our users understand that we take privacy very seriously.”
–Mike Jones, MySpace Co-President, on the site’s new privacy settings. …
“My intention has always been to be completely clear and accurate and straightforward, out of respect to the veterans who served in Vietnam.”
–Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut Attorney General and candidate for U.S. …
The latest, greatest allegation to hit America’s police blotter? Pretending to hold a degree.
On the floor, you have a star with the basketball. On the bench, you have a coach with the clipboard. Off the court, you have a power broker?
“This is a memorable moment. This is a great step forward for us politically and as a society.”
–Vitalino Canas, Portugal’s Socialist Party spokesman, on president Anibal Cavaco Silva’s decision to ratify the nation’s gay …
American missionary Laura Silsby has just been convicted by a Haitian court of arranging to improperly transport 33 children out of the country.
Feeling swindled by a cheap tip? Social networking sites are not the place to broadcast your blowup.