Have you cried at your desk yet today? Well, you’re about to.
Even after death, Kurt Vonnegut is circumventing the rules.
Almost 70 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, an excavation crew may have found the skull of a Japanese pilot who died in action.
Never has “King to E4” sounded so dramatic.
Sounds crazy, right? Well if you’ve got an extra $1900 lying around and are feeling adventurous (read: masochistic) you can spend a week at a Navy SEAL-inspired training camp in Chesapeake, Va.
Today’s links feature “worldly” affairs.
In addition to occurring the same day that Hitler was announced dead, Osama bin Laden’s death offers recent historical coincidence by marking the eighth anniversary of another significant event in the war on terror.
In times of natural disaster, war and nuclear fears — not to mention the Mayan calendar predicting that the world will end in 2012 — it’s only natural that people would consider buying space in luxury fallout shelters. Right?
The last remaining World War I vet, Frank Buckles, died earlier Sunday morning at the old age of 110.
The music business is a hard one to crack, especially for aspiring musicians in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The developer — and defender — of the controversial neutron bomb has died in Los Angeles due to complications from stomach cancer.
“We are all bracing for what may be coming and condemn WikiLeaks for the release of classified material. It will place lives and interests at risk. It is irresponsible.”
–PJ CROWLEY, U.S. State Department spokesman on the …