August 17, 2012
The tech companies, facing off in a copyright suit, were ordered last week to disclose who they are paying to comment on the case. Oracle named two people, Google, none.
In a sad turn of events, the Baskin-Robbins where the kiss occurred is now a Subway.
You could brave the last gasps of summer misery to see The Expendables 2, or you could watch a ridiculously fun action flick with an Expendables cast member. Plus: engaging Greek weirdness and a terrifically dour animated gem.
Who wants to go in with me on this $3 million steal?
What do you mean I can't eat it?
An exercise in anthropomorphic personification. Because in the age of the Internet, no one has real friends anymore.
Here some pictures of the candidates topless.
The Russian feminist punk band was sentenced to two years in prison this morning for "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred." The band was arrested in March following an unauthorized performance at Moscow's main Russian Orthodox cathedral where they screamed, "Mother Mary please drive Putin away."
Mila Kunis has magical curative properties. Plus a UFO appears over the Antarctic and find out if you suffer for celebrity fashion stockholm syndrome.
President Obama often fends off attacks he cut Medicare to pay for ObamaCare. But in 2008, Obama was himself attacking John McCain on parallen terrain, saying his plan cut 800 billion dollars from Medicare to pay for his health care reform plan.
Inna Shevchenko, one of the leaders of the often-topless Ukrainian activists, took down the icon today in a Kiev park (safe for work).
The Wisconsin representative's poorly tailored, drab wardrobe has drawn a lot of criticism. With this bit of technology, you can dress him much more fabulously.
Political advisers were skeptical, but Romney's wife and sons encouraged the candidate to go with his gut and pick Paul Ryan. Tagg emerges.
The First Lady consoles during tragedy, raises cash in Hollywood, trades jokes with Gabby Douglas, and reminds voters that her husband “is not Spider-Man.” She’s “splitting up the country” with the president for a (hopefully) gaffe-free run to keep the White House.