Weekend links to carry you 'til Monday.
Two deaths strike Disney town.
Iranians take to Facebook to protest the U.S. Navy's use of "Arabian Gulf."
Tim Gunn inspired Conan O'Brien to don man-jeggings.
Video Girl Barbie scares the FBI.
Cartoons from the 70s, 80s, and 90s hit Facebook.
Two boys protest outside Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross in April 2002. (Jim Bourg/Reuters) Morning leaks to dive into: WikiLeaks has moved to Sweden. After a round of attacks on its domain, the Web site has switched Internet allegiance...
Ozzy Osbourne turns 62 Friday.
Mark Zuckerberg discusses "The Social Network" on 60 Minutes.
How do you spell Hanukkah?
Where in the world is Julian Assange?
A team of scientists for NASA discovered a bacteria in California that lives of arsenic.
Parents: lock up the spice cabinets.
Awkward family photos, starring you.
Three softer options from the Grammy's/
(Screengrab from Foli) "Everything has a rhythm. ... There is no movement without rhythm." This video is an incredible collection of sounds and visuals collected by Thomas Roebers and Floris Leeuwenberg over a month in Baro, Guinea. "The song is...
Boy meets girl. Boy loves girl. Boy makes viral video for girl.
Friends of Joao Silva, injured 'New York Times' photographer, launch photo campaign
Evening link love.
A timeline of a worldwide pandemic up until the first AIDS Day in 1987.
Conan O'Brien remakes the Spiderman musical.
Lauren Hutton as a Playboy bunny. (AFP) With a net loss of $27.4 million for the third quarter of 2010, Playboy Enterprises is not the mint of money it once was in its bunny-eared heyday, but the company has kicked...
Rosa Parks, the woman who refused to give up her bus seat and helped pave the way for integration, has been honored with a sketch on Google featuring joyful children getting off a bus. Some people don't like this.
The inaugural issue of Richard Branson's Virgin iPad-only magazine has hit the app store Tuesday.
Musicians finally might be tapping into the inspiration of the tale of the tiny Jewish army that defeated the Greeks and the oil that kept a flame burning for eight days and nights.
World AIDS Day kicks off a day early.
The Pentagon's report on the "don't ask, don't tell" policy finds little risk to ending the ban.
Thomas Kinkade, 'painter of light,' hits dark times.
Joel McHale visits the "Today" show. Craziness ensues.
Environmentalists sued BP in Ecuador for violating the right of nature.
Kim Jong Il looks at things.
Jon Stewart breaks down the WikiLeaks showdown.
Billy Idol turns 55 on Tuesday.
The afternoon roundup.
A collection of artwork by Pablo Picasso, valued at around $79.35 million, has been discovered in France.
Glenn Beck (Jose Luis Magana/Associated Press) This weekend, settling in with my popcorn to catch the Saturday matinee of "The King's Speech" (it was delightful; go see it), I was distracted by a strange preview nestled between "True Grit"...
Cyber Monday: To shop or not, that is the question.
Irvin Kershner, the man who took on the risky role of directing the first sequel to "Star Wars," passed away Monday, his goddaughter Adriana Santini told AFP. He was 87 years old.
(Marcus Klinko and Indrani) Some morning links to savor: If Twitter and Facebook seem eerily quiet Wednesday, you're following too many celebrities. Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga and Alicia Keys, among others, are calling a halt to their social media madness...
Leslie Nielsen(AP) Leslie Nielsen, the straight-faced comic, was the master of the one-line joke. As the less-than-suave Lt. Frank Drebin or the slap-happy doctor in "Airplane," Nielsen used his droll wordplay to become one of the most memorable comics of...