It’s tradition: When something goes wrong in the world, you will find out when you go to fill up your car.
Let’s now look back at the most important things that happened in the world this week.
There is something eerie about taking a job as the spokesman for a restaurant called Heart Attack Grill, which specializes in thick hamburgers, milkshakes and fries.
Your Friday links include anti-gravity beer and the perils of social media.
Thursday’s links include a Disney photo shoot and a booted basketball star.
Veteran actor Mickey Rooney told congress that he’s been a victim of elder abuse, making him feel trapped, confused and abused.
If you’ve ridden British Airways recently, you may want to check for bites.
This Wednesday, enjoy your lunch with @charliesheen and unflattering mug shots.
Serena Williams was hospitalized Monday night after a blood clot was found near her lung.
Today marks the 107th birthday of Theodore Seuss Geisel, one of the greatest authors of children’s books of all time. While some of us may be a bit rusty on his literature, adults can learn a lot from Seuss’s work.
We all get frustrated when we’re waiting at red lights that won’t seem to change, but it doesn’t mean ignoring red lights should be legal. Kansas lawmakers seem to disagree, and are prepared to allow motorcyclists to ignore red lights.
That was fast—it’s March already. Enjoy Tuesday’s links with Foursquare’s rudest people and cheesecake with your grandmother.