‘Understanding 9/11′ Features Complete, Archived News Broadcasts From Around the World
Many television networks will no longer air the most devastating moments of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center, lest it upset the families of the thousands of people who lost their lives that day. But Understanding 9/11: A Television News Archive feels that that footage is essential as a “resource for scholars, journalists, and the public,” and has archived 3,000 hours of it,
Jeffrey Johnson Identified As Empire State Building Shooter
A man who shot and killed a former co-worker near the Empire State Building on Friday morning has now been identified as 53-year-old Jeffrey Johnson.
What Are the Most Stolen Cars in the US? [VIDEO]
Flashy sports cars may be objects of envy, but when it comes to the most stolen vehicles in America, they can’t hold a candle to plain old sedans.
Apple Is Now the World’s Most Valuable Company — Dollars and Sense
As the rumored roll-out of the latest iPhone looms next month, investors seem bullish on Apple. The tech giant’s market value now exceeds $623 billion, breaking the record set by Microsoft during the halcyon days of the late 1990s dotcom bubble.
Have Another! Researchers Say Booze Helps Creativity at Work
For time eternal, musicians, writers and artists have had a special relationship with booze. Alcoholism does have a genetic component, but new research indicates something else may be responsible for the drunken antics of your favorite rock stars: knocking back a few makes people more creative.
Olympic Officials Launch Inquiry About Non-Sanctioned Condoms
The Olympics have all kinds of corporate sponsors, and even the 150,000 condoms made available to athletes in anticipation of gold medal nookie were supplied by just one company: Durex, which presumably paid a hefty fee for the honors. So when a bucket of non-sanctioned condoms showed up in the Olympic Village, officials were none too pleased.
FBI Says Wade Michael Page, Shooter in Sikh Temple Killings, Took His Own Life
Wade Michael Page, the shooter in Sunday’s massacre at a Wisconsin Sikh temple, was originally thought to have been gunned down by police — but new evidence is emerging that indicates he, like many other spree killers before him, actually took his own life.
Topless Woman Leads Police On High Speed Chase
You may think opening your door to your topless girlfriend sounds awesome — but a woman who tried to surprise her man that way found herself in handcuffs instead (and not the fun fuzzy variety, either).
Sikh Temple Shooter Identified As Wade Michael Page Believed to Be a White Supremacist [VIDEO]
Officials say a white supremacist who went on a shooting rampage inside a Sikh temple before being killed by law enforcement was an Army veteran who likely mistook the Sikhs for Muslims.
Toyota Recalling Thousands of RAV4 and Lexus Hybrid Models
If you own a Toyota RAV4 or a Lexus hybrid, you may soon be getting a recall notice — nearly 800,000 of them in the United States are being recalled to correct rear suspension problems that could occur during maintenance.
Colorado Shooting Suspect James Holmes Charged with 24 Counts of Murder
James Holmes, the former neuroscience graduate student suspected of killing 12 people and wounding dozens more during a July 20 shooting rampage at a movie theater in Aurora, CO, has been formally charged with 24 counts of murder and 116 counts of attempted murder.
New Movie Releases — ‘The Watch’ and ‘Step Up: Revolution’
A comical war against aliens, or a dramatic dance war against the one-percent? Pick your cinematic poison, because those are the plotlines of the two new movies opening in wide-release this weekend.