London court approves extradition of WikiLeaks founder to Sweden
Today in books and publishing: The class-action lawsuit against Google gets the go-ahead, the Times of London paywall temporarily comes down, and a copy of the Book of Mormon has been purloined.
U2 and the Edge are the latest to be faulted for the Broadway behemoth
Sunshine State's refusal to reschedule primary could give GOP a taste of what Democrats endured in 2008
The North Korean leader turns 69 today. Here's why that's (kind of) funny
Pentagon denies Times of London report, but it might not be that far-fetched
Intelligence source codenamed Curveball finally speaks
We read about the country star's musings on the perils of fame, family, and listening to David Lynch so you don't have to
Questions arise after news two countries are negotiating to build a 'dry canal' railway across Colombia
Could 20 years at Time complicate life for Obama's new press secretary?
Iraq was hard, the executive branch was too weak, and the war on terror probably could have been put in better perspective
The nation's theater critics have seen 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.' Who hated it the most?
Aaron Rodgers...good. Harrison Ford...not so good
A very special guest on Jesse Eisenberg's SNL episode
The economy is expected to dominate Tuesday's speech, but that didn't stop Twitter from suggesting some additional topics
The former Virginia senator--of the "macaca" incident--is angling for a 2012 rematch against Jim Webb
Amidst criticism from fellow players, the media rises to the embattled quarterback's defense
Plus some classics from organized crime busts of yore
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