Sebastien de la Cruz, who classily stood up to Twitter critics, will sing Thursday before Game 4 of the NBA finals. Is he the Spurs new good luck charm?
The “brazen,” “illegal alien” variety, he tweeted.
Companies were patenting certain gene mutations. They lost in the Supreme Court Thursday. Here’s everything you need to know.
And we were just recovering from the Putins’ split.
A huge explosion and fire happened today about 20 miles outside Baton Rouge, LA at the Williams Olefins plant in Geismar. Multiple injuries reported.
A group of female IDF soldiers are in trouble again, this time for dancing on their IDF-issued guns like stripper poles.
A 41-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of spray-painting the portrait at lunchtime.
Six people inside a Salvation Army died last week when the structure next door suddenly toppled over.
Lightning hits the Willis Tower, formerly the Sears Tower, in downtown Chicago Wednesday evening.
Hundreds of posts reveal views on secrecy, religion, politics, and working in IT. “Society really seems to have developed an unquestioning obedience towards spooky types,” he says.
Davide Martello, an Italian-born pianist and composer, took to a piano in Gezi Park in Turkey Wednesday in an attempt to calm tensions between the riot police and protesters. Tuesday morning authorities entered the park to remove political banners and clean.
Naturally, he killed it. Then he heard about the criticism and kindly informed the world that his dad was in the Navy and he was born and raised in San Antonio.
His fighting styles were “Ni-Ten Ichiryu, Muay Thai, Brazilian Juijitsu, Girly Biting and Scratching.”
See photos of what’s been described as Istanbul’s “uneasy calm.”
Fox and Friends’ Brian Kilmeade interviewed the spokesman of the English Defense League, a group opposed to the spread of Islam. “It’s great what you’re doing,” he said.
“I’m neither traitor nor hero. I’m American,” Snowden said in a South China Morning Press interview.
Her family told her to never forget the face and the name on the “Wanted” posters. She didn’t. Joselyn Martinez tells her story.
This is what happens right before cannibalism.
The advocacy organization — and Verizon customer — is fighting the metadata-collecting program uncovered last week in the Guardian.
Kids these days. So into their First Amendment rights.
She also did something really gross with a crucifix while she was there. Obviously, this story is NSFW.
The prime minister told protesters they would “pay a price” and said he’ll meet with protest leaders Wednesday. Dramatic photos from the past two days as riot police attempt to push demonstrators out of Taksim Square.
Followed by bomb threats near the Georgia State Capitol building. No injuries have been reported. Check back for updates.
Hundreds of police in riot gear moved easily past barricades in Istanbul’s square early Tuesday. Many of the protesters, who had occupied the square for more than a week, were pushed into nearby Gezi Park.
UPDATE: Jonathan Mills, the father of Edward Snowden’s girlfriend Lindsay Mills, has confirmed that his daughter has been dating the NSA leak source for 4-5 years. Lindsay Mills, a dancer, acrobat and graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art, is the girlfriend that the NSA source left behind when he flew to Hong Kong.
And the photos of all of them together are kind of creepy…
At a demonstration in New York City, transparency advocates embrace their new leader.