Even Twitter didn't see this potential upset coming
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.
Maybe she's been getting a bum rap
Reverend Moon strikes a deal to reacquire the conservative DC paper. What's next?
Photo shoot with Justin Bieber draws ire of Fox host
After nine months in the tabloid wringer, golfer and Swedish bride divorce
City requiring any blogger who sells ads to pay for a license
On Twitter, leaving the house Monday proved to be an adventure
Senate minority leader "takes the president at his word" that he's a Christian
Updated with a response from Facebook
For some reason, no one likes the 2,500 calorie pizza/burger hybrid
The legendary pitcher won little sympathy from Twitter
Former Senator Bob Graham joined Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews for a look back at Operation Iraqi Freedom
How to win the clash of civilizations, the startling Blago verdict and more
To the shock of no one, quarterback rejoins the Vikings
The online magazine assembles a TV spot for Wasilla's would-be mayor
Nothing happened today. Twitter wouldn't stop talking about it.
Alvin Greene howls. Suddenly we don't feel too great about ourselves.
Another day, another less-than-stellar performance by a Democrat facing corruption allegations
His Dampness sits down for his first televised interview
After 34 years, the comic strip will be retired October 3rd
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