U.S. stocks joined a worldwide selloff at Friday's open, with the Dow down about 400 points, as a wave of anxiety about a global recession sent investors heading for the exits.
A Japanese woman could face a prison sentence after killing off her virtual husband in a computer game.
The 43-year-old became so angry about a sudden "divorce" from her online husband in the interactive Maple Story game that she logged on with his password and deleted his digital persona.
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The humble book is being replaced by the laptop in lavatories across the UK, according to the internet service provider Plusnet. Its research revealed that one in ten broadband users have surfed the web while sat on the loo.
Police say a Connecticut man playing police officer picked the wrong person to pull over.
Israel Gomez was arrested Tuesday after pulling over an off-duty Hartford police lieutenant.
The figures suggest families are cutting back on meat and other expensive products in the wake of the financial downturn.
Retailers have been complaining for some time that shoppers have been ditching expensive brands in favour of cheaper products.
For some reason, Congressman Price believes it is a good idea to spend billions of dollars a year to enforce drug use and possession laws against individuals, spend billions more incarcerating them and subjecting them to the adverse physical and psychological effects of incarceration, and then spend even more money to “re-adjust” them.
We just got done going on his and hers online shopping sprees at Neiman Marcus' website, where we each managed, after an undisclosed number of hours, to spend $75,062*, the precise amount that Palin et al. spent there.