“Following the discovery of a Boeing 777 wing piece on the Indian Ocean island last Wednesday French authorities have responded to a number of questionable debris reportings.
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“The sexual crimes squad have taken over the investigation into what happened to a young woman who has been found in a car, 15 kilometres from where she went missing while jogging 24 hours earlier.
It’s fair to say Cara Delevingne didn’t have the best of interviews when she appeared on Good Day Sacramento to promote her new film Paper Towns.
In fact, the whole thing was really awkward, with the anchors asking dumb questions, and Delevingne acting like a petulant child. Then again she is a model.
Microsoft has released Windows 10, with the new operating system being made available to existing Windows users from today (July 29th).
If your PC is currently powered by legitimate copies of Windows 7 or Windows 8, you should have the option to upgrade to Windows 10 for free. Which is nice.
“The host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show Jon Stewart secretly met with President Barack Obama at the White House on at least two occasions, which were followed with on-air attacks on Obama’s political enemies.
“It was a point of pride for Minnesotan dentist and big-game hunter Walter Palmer to shoot his prey with a crossbow and not carry firearms as a back-up.
YouTuber Shane Dawson has come out as bisexual. And no one really gives a crap.
Those who know who he is — an annoying nobody who posts videos online — will still like him, and those who don’t won’t care one iota. Which is as it’s should be.
“The owners of a Portland-area bakery that denied service to a same-sex couple must pay $135,000 in damages, the bureau of labor and industries has ruled.
“A 24-year-old Belgian woman who suffers from depression and has had a “death wish” since childhood has been granted the right to die — even though she’s not terminally ill.
“‘Oxi’. Greece has voted overwhelmingly to reject the financial lifeline proffered by Europe, choosing to roll the dice on its future rather than submit to more austerity economics.