The funny spot is timely, too. The since-simmered protests in Ferguson, Missouri, after unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot dead by a white police officer on August 9 forced America to again examine…
Introduced internally in the spring, Hershey’s on Thursday introduced its latest iteration, which strips the Hershey’s Kiss of its silver foil. The result, as many were quick to note, bore a striking similarity to a pile of feces:
“Russian forces have entered Ukraine,” President Petro Poroshenko said on Thursday
Poroshenko canceled a trip to Turkey and called an emergency meeting with the nation’s security council as the strategic southeastern Ukraine town of Novoazovsk now appears firmly under the control of Russia-backed separatists.
Snapchat has routinely been the subject of jokes about the meteoric rise of its valuation. Tuesday’s report that a new funding round would value the messaging company at $10 billion only served to add to the snickers.
The culprits behind a distributed denial of service attack on PlayStation Network servers that spanned from Sunday to Monday are still unknown, though two different Twitter users have claimed responsibility
One of those Twitter users also appeared to threaten an American Airlines flight on which Sony Online Entertainment President John Smedley was a passenger, forcing it to land in Phoenix, Arizona instead of San Diego, California to be scanned for explosives, though none were found and it’s…
It’s another example of Americans who just don’t get wry British humor.
Sunday marked the 200th anniversary of the burning of the White House during the War of 1812. The British Embassy in Washington, in cheeky fashion, tweeted a joke about the event and the two nations’ improved relationship.
WhatsApp now has more than 600 million monthly active users, according to a tweet from CEO and cofounder Jan Koum late Sunday night. That’s up from the roughly 450 million it had in February when Facebook first announced plans to acquire the messaging service for $16 billion with another $3 billion in restricted stock units for employees kicked in for good measure
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Northern California was rattled by an strong earthquake early Sunday morning that caused wide power outages and damage to historic buildings in the Napa region, according to various news outlets and social media posts.
The United States Geological Survey measured the quake at magnitude 6.0 and said it had a depth of 6.7 miles