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CNN anchor Rick Sanchez calls Jon Stewart a bigot.
Tyler Clementi killed himself shortly after footage of himself streamed online. (AFP/Getty Images) When columnist Dan Savage read about the suicide of 15-year-old Billy Lucas, he had the same reaction he has whenever he reads about the death of a...
The Senate approved a bill that will turn down the volume on TV commercials.
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that the fast food restaurant sent a memo to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services saying that if a new requirement of the law is enforced, it might have to drop 30,000 restaurant workers from the company's health-insurance plan. Now, the DHHS seems to be agreeing to its demand.
According to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau, 47.3 percent of people 25 years or older have bachelor's, master's, professional school or doctorate degrees in the District. The national average is 25 percent.
The Senegalese singer Youssou N'dour turns 51 today.
Four gay teenagers have committed suicide in the last three weeks, drawing attention to bullying at school.
A new online game allows users to blow apart Web sites piece by piece.
A new planet, Gilese 581G, has been discovered by NASA.
Google Street View adds Brazil, Ireland and Antartica to now reach all seven continents.
Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara start an online series.
Google doodle salutes the Flintstones' 50th anniversary.
The verdict on the Ayodhya site of the Babri Masjid mosque has been decided by a three judge panel on the high court of India.
Trey Anastasio, lead singer of the band Phish, turns 46 today.
Time will tell if these Twitter-based shows will have staying power, but regardless, it's always fun to guess who'll be plucked from the ether next. In the meantime, I have a few suggestions:
Tawainese animation company New Media Animation took Bob Woodward's "Obama's Wars" to a new animated high.
Less expensive cameras and better video hosting sites have allowed for a profusion of short emotionally charged documentaries online. Here's one that remakes San Francisco as a tiny toyland. The other lovingly scans New York City.
Tropical Depression 16 (TD 16), the pesky rainmaker currently drenching the area, just reached Tropical Storm status.
New footage has been found of Neil Armstrong descending the ladder of the Apollo 11 lunar module in 1965. It will be screened in public for the first time in Sydney next week.
It's National Coffee Day, go have an extra latte. Where do all these awareness days come from?
Australia's Next Top Model host Sarah Murdoch announced the wrong winner on the show's finale.
His wild flopping hair, his leopard-print smoking jacket, his infectious anthem pounded out on a piano: It's hard not to love Jerry Lee Lewis. The singer turns 75 today, and he's still on the road promoting his latest album, "Mean...
A tornado watch has been issued for New York City and the U.S. northeast today. If one is to form, it will be the fourth tornado to hit New York City this summer. It's been a strange weather year and it likely won't be the only one.
AOL purchased TechCrunch blogs today for an undisclosed amount.
The German Federal Budget for 2010 shows that the final outstanding reparations for World War I owed to the Alliance will be paid by Sunday. The country still owes almost $95 million of an almost $35 billion debt imposed by the Treaty of Versailles for starting the Great War.
Life magazine just released a series of images from a never-before-seen 1965 gallery of Hells Angels.
President Obama told Rolling Stone what music is on his iPod. We decided to suggest modern spins for his musical consideration.
Fans of the Tim & Eric Awesome Show accused Saturday Night Live of stealing a Tiny Hats skit.
Miles Davis died today in 1991.
An Australian sound design studios, Ism Studios, created this stop motion video to show a day in the life of a creative person.
Lindsay Lohan tweets advertisements. Companies spend $100,000 on promoted tweets. But is it worth it?
Wayne Theibaud painted Google's 12th birthday Google logo.
When the little green men show up on their space shuttle, they might have trouble finding a leader to talk to. Despite some of the most promising science fiction reports out there, the United Nations will not be appointing...
There's never enough time to catch up on all the reading on a Sunday, but here are a few stories you shouldn't miss. First, The Post's favorite curmudgeon, Gene Weingarten, wades into Facebook, the "ocean of banalities shared among persons...
Last night a plane from Atlanta made an emergency landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York without part of its landing gear. The plane sent off a spray of sparks, and it was all captured on a...
Morning music: Lil Wayne celebrates his birthday with an album (and we celebrate it with a lollipop)
Lil Wayne celebrates his 28th birthday.