The media is often criticized for their objective, no-sides-taking approach when reporting on tragedies and disasters – even where clear victims can be identified.
One of the films nominated for this year’s Best Animated Short Film at the Oscars is Disney’s Paperman.
Matt K. Lewis is a respected American journalist, who has been cited or quoted by several major outlets, including New York Magazine, The Washington Post, and The New York Times.
This morning we told you about Blackberry’s introduction yesterday of their new operating system and two new smartphones.
Thomas Friedman wrote a best-selling book about our connected world in 2004, called The World Is Flat. But that was mostly before the dawn of Facebook.
While most people are familiar with internet memes, explaining to someone else what exactly they are (and how they work) can be tricky.
The Zimbabwean Finance Minister, Tendai Biti revealed yesterday that there are only R2 000 left in the country’s government public account.
A photo of Justin Bieber groping a fan’s breast has surfaced online, and is causing quite a storm in a bra cup.
Not content with only having world’s tallest building, the world’s biggest indoor ski resort, and the world’s most luxurious hotel, Dubai will also soon add the world’s largest underwater hotel to their checklist.
This morning we reported on Chris Brown and Frank Ocean’s alleged fight last night outside the Westlake Recording Studios in Los Angeles.
On Saturday, the Chinese military conducted its first successful test flight of their first domestically made jumbo airfreighter.
The Lonely Island is a musical comedy group, famous for producing cutting-edge pop music containing the most bizarre lyrics (anyone remember “Dick In A Box” and “I Just Had Sex|”?).
It is almost time for this year’s Academy Awards or Oscars. And while it is every actor’s dream to win one of these golden statues, there are some who believe that they bring nothing but bad luck.
The British firm behind the new SelectaDNA gun, Selectamark, has demonstrated how their new orange gun is capable of firing green (non-lethal) pellets that carries DNA traces.
A video has surfaced online of a scorned farmer dumping a tractor-load of horse manure on his cheating wife’s beloved convertible. He does this after apparently discovering her profile on a dating website.
Two members of the hacking group Anonymous were jailed yesterday for carrying out cyber attacks on several major websites. They were found guilty of causing “unprecedented harm” to Visa, MasterCard and PayPal.
On Monday, the Malian military gained control of the central Mali town of Diabaly.
Aston Martin yesterday revealed their new Rapide S. The car, promoted as their “most powerful 4-door ever” will replace the outgoing Rapide.
Chelsea FC footballer, Eden Hazard, was sent off after receiving a red card during last night’s match against Swansea. Hazard was penalised for kicking a ball boy in the ribs.
New images have surfaced of Tiger Woods’ ex-wife, Elin Nordegren’s new R107m mansion being built on the Florida beachfront.
Things are not going well in Salsolburg. So far two people have died, and nine others seriously injured during this week’s violent protests.
This morning we reported on another school shooting that took place in the US.
The Telegraph in London has compiled a photo gallery, consisting of celebrities taking falls in public.
Free State police said this morning that they have arrested 187 people during yesterday and Sunday’s municipal demarcation protests in Sasolburg.
Following last week’s confession by Lance Armstrong that he took performance-enhancing drugs, an Australian library assistant decided to update their bookshelves accordingly.
A video of a young cat in the UK enjoying snow for the first time has gone viral.
Superyachts.com has just released their mind-blowing annual Top 100 biggest yachts in existence list.
It is good to know that sportsmanship isn’t completely dead! Footage has surfaced of a Spanish runner, Ivan Fernandez Anaya, intentionally losing a race in order to do the right thing.