In what most be the saddest/strangest story of the day, three people have been killed and six injured trying to defuse a World War II bomb in central Germany.
Following a spate of suicides, the Apple boss has defended conditions at a Taiwanese electronics firm that produces the iPhone.
It’s June 1, 2010 and that can mean but one thing: the World Cup starts this month. Let joy be unconfined … well, for fans of the planet’s most popular sport and many of its star players. But not all of them.
He was already arguably the best pitcher in baseball. And now the Philadelphia Phillies ace Roy Halladay is on his way to immortality (or at least the baseball hall of fame) after becoming the 20th member of the perfect club.
Europe’s aspiring pop stars have been taking tacky to a new level for over 50 years. Mixing camp irony with constant controversy, Europe once again steels itself for the latest edition of the Eurovision Song Contest.
It may sound like something out of the next sci-fi thriller, but it appears humans and computers are now merging after a British scientist became the world’s first person to be infected with a computer virus.
He was the part-time paint salesman from Mount Prospect, Ill. And now 24 year-old Lee DeWyze is the ninth winner of American Idol. What else do you need to know? But of course! Here come the Fast Facts …
The movie world descended upon London Wednesday night. No major shocks: Twilight stole the limelight. Harry Potter wasn’t neglected. World continues to spin on its axis.
Last year, Vienna topped the quality of living list. Could the Austrian capital come out ahead of the rest of the world yet again? Jawohl.
How could a poster put up in Palermo, Italy, with the caption, “Change your style. Don’t follow your leader,” provoke upset? When the subject of the poster is none other than Adolf Hitler.
Least surprising story of the week? The study released Tuesday showing that the playable version of the classic video game Pac-Man on Google’s front page has eaten up five million hours of work time.
Proof that even rock stars are but mortal beings was confirmed Tuesday after the announcement that Bono’s bad back is causing the cancellation of U2’s North American tour.