Osama Bin Laden’s death has the world on high security alert in fear of terrorist retaliation, but it seems the most immediate threat will come from internet scammers.
How many tweets could a twitterbot tweet if a twitterbot could tweet tweets? A lot.
A fair conviction in the murders of an anti-nationalist lawyer and journalist in Russia suggests a positive change in the nation’s struggle for free speech.
According to The New York Times, psychologists have discovered “a statistically significant trend toward narcissism and hostility in popular music.”
The International Migration Art Festival has come to New York with the exhibition “Eat Art – When Food Becomes Art,” drawing on the relationship between food and migration.
Sugar, corn syrup, gelatin, preservatives and carnauba wax—the definition of delicious.
Western civilization has moved beyond arranged marriages, past blind dates with ugly friends of friends, and into the realm of online dating with random strangers. Get ready to find the man/woman of your dreams with a 91% compatability rate.
It’s hard to rage a war against methamphetamine when you’re high on methamphetamine.
The “happiest place on earth” to be built in the unhappiest place on earth.
Philadelphia has one of the highest growing rates of STDs in the US, so this year the city’s health department has decided to push birth control at earlier age—starting with 11 year olds.
“Atlas Shrugged: Part 1″ hits theaters today. I think I’ll just stick to reading the book.
American Chinese food takes on Chinese Chinese food…because let’s face it, we can do it better.
The hottest female celebrities are looking at you…with Steve Buscemeyes.
To stuff or not to stuff a dead polar bear, that is an odd question.
A discrimination lawsuit in New Jersey begs an unusual question: what makes a man man enough to watch men pee?
After two emergency landings within a period of four days, hundreds of Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled, and thousands of customers are left stranded.
A major hack of the e-mail marketing firm Epsilon means thousands of customer names and e-mail addresses in the hands of scammers. (As if those annoying penis-pump spams weren’t enough).