More than 300 girls were groomed and sexually abused by gangs of predators in Oxfordshire, England while police and social workers ignored their complaints.
Should you wait for HTC’s new Grip tracker to hit stores, or buy a Fitbit now? Here’s what you need to know.
Monday at 4 p.m. marked the deadline for NFL teams to designate players with their “franchise tag” or “transition tag.” Here is a list of notable players.
Police say this guy offered to babysit his classmates’ kids and then filmed himself having sex with them.
You know that commercial that says “enjoy the go?” We’re betting this guy didn’t.
Anonymous has found its latest cause: protesting Israel’s bombing of the Gaza Strip.
The emails between John Allen and Jill Kelley were routine. There was nothing inappropriate about the vast majority of them.
The internet has improved upon LCD Soundsystem with Miles Davis. Internet, I love you and you’re not bringing me down.
The Republican Study Committee released a policy brief on copyright law reform and … it makes total sense? Holy crap!
Of course the Petraeus scandal now involves Bubba the Love Sponge. Because this is Amurrica, dammit.
Everything is better with monkeys. Science experiments, economic inequality, Internet videos, etc. Everything.
From our comfy homes it can be easy to forget that war has real consequences for real people. This video is a good reminder.
The most offensive part of the videos is … well .. the body hair. It’s scarring. I’ll never look at thickets the same way again.
Taylor Swift has a new beau! Expect a new album about how horrible he is and how much she totes hates him now by the end of the weekend.
Oh hey, Mitt Romney? Barack’s not impressed.
Check out the tasty goodness that cyber space was dishing out this week. Open wide…
Where will you be on December 21 and what will you do if the end-of-the-world people were actually right?
Say it’s not so, Elmo, say it’s not so.