YOU DON’T CARE IF MONDAY’S BLUE
TUESDAY’S GREY, AND WEDNESDAY TOO.
THURSDAY, WE DON’T CARE ‘BOUT YOU —
IT’S HILLARY — STREEP’S IN LOVE.
MONDAY, YOU CAN FALL APART
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, BREAK OUR HEART
THURSDAY DOESN’T EVEN START —
IT’S MERYL — HIL’S IN LOVE.
Report: Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes divorcing after 5 years of marriage
PEOPLE: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are getting a divorce, PEOPLE has learned exclusively. ”This is a personal and private matter for Katie and her family,” says Holmes’s attorney Jonathan Wolfe. The Rock of Ages star, 49, wed actress Holmes, 33, in November 2006. They have daughter Suri, 6.
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Casey Anthony, the Florida mother who was acquitted in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, addressed the murder charges Tuesday for the first time since her trial last summer.
In a phone interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan, Anthony, 26, reportedly said, “There’s obviously several misconceptions. Obviously, I didn’t kill my daughter.”
Morgan said Anthony “said that very firmly.”
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Finally, there is definitive proof: The presidential candidate was born in the United States, and his father was not.
Yes, Republican Mitt Romney appears eligible to be president, according to a copy of Romney’s birth certificate released to Reuters by his campaign. Willard Mitt Romney, the certificate says, was born in Detroit on March 12, 1947.
His mother, Lenore, was born in Utah and his father, former Michigan governor and one-time Republican presidential candidate George Romney, was born in Mexico.
iPads have overtaken computers as the 2nd-most popular way to watch TV.
Embarrassed by rocket crash, North Korea may try nuclear test
North Korea said its much hyped long-range rocket launch failed on Friday, in a very rare and embarrassing public admission of failure by the hermit state and a blow for its new young leader who faces international outrage over the attempt.
The isolated North, using the launch to celebrate the 100th birthday of the dead founding president Kim Il-sung and to mark the rise to power of his grandson Kim Jong-un, is now widely expected to press ahead with its third nuclear test to show its military strength.
“The possibility of an additional long-range rocket launch or a nuclear test, as well as a military provocation to strengthen internal solidarity is very high,” a senior South Korean defense ministry official told a parliamentary hearing.
READ MORE: North Korea may try nuclear test next
Why did Facebook buy Instagram for $1 billion?
The price was stunning for an apps-maker without any significant revenue, even when measured by the lofty standards of Silicon Valley, where startup valuations have soared in recent years. It highlights the rising stakes in the social networking market in which services such as Facebook need to constantly excite consumers with new features and mobile applications.
By acquiring Instagram - in a deal announced days after the startup closed a funding round that valued it at $500 million - Facebook may also have sought to absorb a potential rival or at least prevent it from falling into the hands of a major competitor like Twitter or Google Inc.
“Anytime you see a social platform that’s growing that quickly, that’s got to be cause to be nervous,” said Paul Buchheit, a partner at the start-up incubator program Y Combinator and a co-founder of FriendFeed, which Facebook acquired in 2009.
“It would be better to have bought Twitter at this stage,” he said of Facebook. “So if you’re thinking this could be the next Twitter, it could be a smart thing to do.”
Sky News, part of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp media empire, admitted on Thursday it had hacked into emails on two occasions but said the actions had been editorially justified and were in the public interest.
Murdoch’s son James resigned as chairman of BSkyB on Tuesday to prevent a phone-hacking scandal at News Corp’s News of the World tabloid newspaper from harming BSkyB, a British pay-tv broadcaster of which News Corp owns 39 percent.
Sky News, BSkyB’S news channel, said that on one occasion it authorized a journalist to access the emails of people suspected of criminal activity in the so-called “canoe man” case of a man who faked his own death by paddling out to sea.
“We stand by these actions as editorially justified and in the public interest,” the head of Sky News, John Ryley, said in a statement.
Sky did not say what the second hacking episode was, but media reports said the said journalist accessed the email accounts of a suspected pedophile and his wife in an investigation that did not lead to any material being published or broadcast.
READ MORE: Sky News channel admits to email hacking
James Murdoch said on Tuesday he would step down as chairman at BSkyB, in a bid to protect the successful pay-TV group from being damaged by the phone hacking scandal that has hit part-owner News Corp.
“I am aware that my role as chairman could become a lightning rod for BSkyB and I believe that my resignation will help to ensure that there is no false conflation with events at a separate organization,” he said, confirming the news previously reported by BSkyB’s news channel.
Murdoch is deputy chief operating officer at News Corp and was in charge of the British newspaper arm in the aftermath of the hacking scandal.
READ MORE: James Murdoch confirms departure from BSkyB