Last year Aimee Copeland was ziplining across the Little Tallapoosa River in Georgia, when her homemade line broke and she sliced open her leg, requiring 22 stitches to close. And then the nightmare began.
Were they worried that the Brooklynites might melt? Officials have shut down today's GoogaMooga festivities due to "poor weather." All VIP tickets will be refunded, but what will they do with all the food?
Cash! The WSJ says "the Yahoo board has approved a deal" to make this happen, and it's hard to imagine Tumblr turning this down. One of the most unpopular companies in the world will soon own one of the most popular in history, and we'll all find out if you really can buy cool.
A 21-year-old Hofstra student was killed early Friday morning by a shot fired by a Nassau County policeman. Andrea Rebello was being held at gunpoint by an intruder, when she was shot once in the head by the unidentified police officer, who also killed the home intruder.
New York City's luxury housing boom, which has been a trademark of the Bloomberg administration's distaste for building substantial housing for anyone but the superrich, has reached its astounding conclusion: massive condos owned by people so rich, they don't actually live there.