We're beginning to get a clearer picture of who was lost on Friday night in Aurora, Colorado, and the Denver Post has released the most comprehensive biography of the victims we've seen yet.
Now that Tumblr is a Yahoo! property, just like the beleaguered Flickr, some are predicting the service's death already and the deal hasn't even been officially announced yet. Those people are dramatic teens who use Tumblr but that's still a pretty big deal.
The world of campaign finance can be confusing, so we've spent our afternoon making sense of breathless summer election reports to explain what, exactly, is happening with the Romney and Obama campaign bank accounts.
Zach Snyder is the master of making an amazing trailer to get you excited and then ultimately disappointing you once your butt is in a theater seat. He's done it again, too, with the latest trailers for Man of Steel. They look like he's taking Clark Kent into Terrence Malick territory.
News International sent out an email on Saturday informing staffers that Rupert Murdoch has resigned as director of News International a string of other companies connected with the company's London-based newspaper holdings.
Alexander Cockburn, a famous leftist writer and journalist, died Friday evening in Germany after going through a two year battle with cancer that was largely kept a secret.
Law enforcement officials are starting the process of defusing booby traps set up in James Holmes apartment, though it could still take a few days to diffuse the massive network of tripwires and explosives he set up before leaving for the Aurora movie theater.
There's believing in your business and then there's buying $17 million worth of your business's stock three months after suffering billions in massive, embarrassing losses. Jamie Dimon apparently believes JPMorgan will come back following the "London Whale" incident.
Warner Brothers very correctly thinks it would be "insensitive" for them to report their box office numbers for The Dark Knight Rises this weekend, so instead they're delaying announcing their returns until Monday out of respect for the victims of the tragedy in Colorado.
Tom Davis was one of the original writers on Saturday Night Live. He worked with the show for over 20 years, finally leaving in 2003. He passed away on Thursday from throat and neck cancer.
F.B.I. agents arrested two people in Miami on Tuesday in connection with an art heist that sounds exactly like it was executed by Thomas Crown.
You would think after getting picked up for a second season after the first two episodes, Aaron Sorkin and the rest of The Newsroom's writing staff would be on cloud nine. And yet, another two episodes later and almost all of the writing staff are getting their pink slips.
Newt Gingrich and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi both appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno this evening, and the two got along quite swimmingly. But the love between the Gingrich family and Snooki started well before the show went to air, and led to one of the best Intsagrams of all time.
The New York Times Magazine took a look at how Chuck Klosterman was doing as their new Ethicist through his first five columns, and so far people are having a hard time with agreeing with him.
Antonin Scalia says he's BFF with Ruth Bader Ginsburg, he didn't have a falling out with John Roberts, he doesn't think Roe vs. Wade makes sense and how he thinks SuperPACs bring more free speech on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight.
Everyone gets freaked about technology sometimes, screaming "Skynet is coming! Skynet is coming!" even though we know that's not true. Facial recognition software freaks people out ("The machines can recognize us!" they say), and today Facebook sparred with congress over their new software.
The New Yorker announced an unsurprising purchase on Tuesday evening. The magazine has absorbed the Borowitz Report to be part of a new humor page on their website.
After firing the guy who was running North Korea's military on Monday, Korean State television is reporting that rather than interview a whole new slate of candidates to replace the departed general, Kin Jong-un found a perfectly suitable replacement: himself.
Even the British group responsible for health and safety are mad about concert promoters cutting off the Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney duet on Saturday night in London.
We still don't know who Mitt Romney is going to choose to be his running mate yet, but the one thing we can be pretty sure of is his choice won't inspire the same kind of fundraising spike that Sarah Palin brought the McCain campaign. Bobby Jindal could be the exception, though.
Egyptian protesters were a bunch of schoolyard bullies to Hillary Clinton on Sunday when they threw tomatoes and shoes while chanting "Monica! Monica! Monica!" at her.
You would think, after the Obama campaign debuted their knockout punch yesterday, the Romney campaign would want to come out strong with their next ad. Instead, they've pissed off two out of the three journalists featured in their thirty second spot.
Peter Jackson wants to make three Hobbit movies because he is a modern super-villain that should be stopped; Marvel gives away the plot of the new Captain America movie; Jamie Foxx and Zack Snyder are separately bad at their respective jobs.
Once again, another wacky cast of animals voiced by bored famous people sequel steals money from American families. Welcome to the most cynical Box Office report yet.
Ed Gillespie went on State of the Union to explain that Romney "retired retroactively" from Bain in 2002, while a former Bain parter appeared on MSNBC to explain that it was a management board who ran the company while he was gone. Elsewhere: Republicans complain about Obama's ads while Democrats tell them to stop whining.
The New York Knickerbockers made a deal to acquire their old point guard Raymond Felton in a move many are calling a sign the city's golden boy, Jeremy Lin, is on his way to playing in Houston next year.
The disgraced former Congressman is "seriously considering" a run to be New York City's mayor in 2013, and he already has $4.5 million from past campaigns to get him started, says pun filled reports from the New York Post.
Some square in London cut off Bruce Springsteen's set last night after he only played for three hours and five minutes, and he was in the middle of a duet with none other than Paul McCartney. And they did it to comply with a curfew law.
The Obama campaign's latest ad takes you on an offshore vacation to hot button destinations like Mexico, China, Switzerland, India, Bermuda, and the Cayman Islands while being serenaded by the man with the smoothest voice in America, Mitt Romney.
Syrian activists claimed yesterday of a new massacre in Tremseh, where pro-regime forces allegedly killed 200 residents of the small village with tank and helicopter fire. New reports suggest the town was filled with poorly armed opposition forces who brought knives to a tank fight.
After pressure came from as far up the ladder as Sen. Harry Reid and Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Ralph Lauren announced Friday evening the U.S. Olympic uniforms for the 2012 Winter games in Sochi, Russia will be made in the good ol' U.S.A.
This is way cooler than the Aladin coloring books we had as a kid. An arts company commissioned 23 different illustrations of the one and only Bill Murray for the hippest coloring book you'll be seeing at South By next year.
Haim Saban, the man famous for bringing Power Rangers to North America, donated $1 million dollars to a Democratic Super PAC, marking the biggest celebrity donation since March.
Attorneys for George Zimmerman have requested a new judge in his trial for shooting Trayvon Martin, alleging current judge Kenneth Lester Jr. is biased and they can no longer get a fair trial.
As the Jerry Sandusky trial began to play out, Joe Paterno started to renegotiate his contract and was able to score a huge single year payout from Penn State in exchange for shortening his existing contract by a year.
When Nicolas Sarkozy left office, most thought French politics would become way less interesting without him and his beautiful wife, Carla Bruni. The Hollande family are proving to be quite capable of filling the hole with some serious family Twitter drama, though.
Variety is very much the old guard of Hollywood trade publications. It's been eclipsed by competition from Deadline, TheWrap, and The Hollywood Reporter. But when parent company Reed Business Information sells Variety, it'll cost well north of the previously reported $40 million.
There's a new trailer for Oz: The Great and Powerful and it looks like the Sam Raimi directing, James Franco starring project will be a loud, technicolor trip back to Oz you might want to avoid.
Matt Drudge is reporting the Romney campaign's narrowed their choices for Vice President down to a carefully vetted handful, and that the front runner is none other than former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
The Romney-as-outsourcer drum bangs on. Mother Jones reports Romney invested millions of dollars in a Chinese company that relied almost entirely on outsourcing while at Bain Capital, and invested with his Bermudan company as well
California maps could be emptier the next time you buy a map, whenever that might be. Three towns have filed for bankruptcy over the last month, and now some are expecting smaller towns could just... disappear.
If anyone had "start a Kickstarter" in the "what is Dan Harmon going to do after Community?" pool, please come collect your winnings. Harmon is teaming up with Community's Starburns to produce a movie written by a very little known writer named, oh, Charlie Kaufman.
Missing Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. has been found. He's in rehab, but there are conflicting reports over what he's seeking treatment for. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports Jackson is being treated for alcoholism and addiction, but his office says he's being treated for a mood disorder.
New York's Mayor Michael Bloomberg says we'll never, ever know how many terrorist plots the New York Police Department actually stopped because the number could be between 1 and 100.
A 53-year-old Twilight fan who spent the last two days waiting in line for Thursday's Twilight Comic-Con panel was tragically killed when she tried to cross the street on Tuesday morning.
Ron Howard is a wonderful, charitable man for tweeting this picture from the Arrested Development writer's room. But what can we learn from it? This is our forensic investigation of the Arrested Development writer's room based on one blurry cell phone picture:
We've been busy gossiping about Kim Jong-Un's new lady friend, who may or may not still have a husband and child, but we've also quietly wondering how Disney would respond to Kim using, like, all of their characters for a stage show. The answer: they're thrilled.
The Romney campaign was so offended when Democrats used the Sunday talk shows to question Romney's Swiss bank account, but then the Obama campaign fired a catty response right back. These two are fighting and gossiping like high school girls.
There's a disturbing new video of Taliban forces in Afghanistan shooting and killing a woman at point blank range for allegedly committing adultery with two Taliban members.
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