By Kate Stanhope,
Mark Zuckerberg's relationship status has changed.
One day after taking Facebook public, the company's founder married his girlfriend, Priscilla Chan, Saturday in Palo Alto, Calif., People reports.
The intimate backyard ceremony was a surprise to the less than 100 guests i
By Kate Stanhope,
Mick Jagger may have been the host and the musical guest for Saturday Night Live's season finale, but the show belonged to Kristen Wiig, who, after seven years, is leaving the show.
And the final episode was proof of just how much star power the show's losing.
By Laurent Belsie
You won't notice it when you mail a letter or buy a stamp. But the post office is in crunch time.
It will run out of money in August if Congress doesn't act. Even if lawmakers come up with temporary fixes, the long-term outlook is stark.
By Rachel Brown
There can't be many Internet users who haven't heard of Facebook -- the social network site, brainchild of U.S. college student Mark Zuckerberg. But worryingly, it's not just our friends who are keeping up with what we're doing online.
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In the closing hours of the 2012 Coachella music festival last Sunday, rappers Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre did the impossible: they brought fellow hip-hop legend Tupac back to life… as a hologram.
(WORLDNOW) -- Universal held the premiere of The Five-Year Engagement at New York's Ziegfeld Theatre at part of the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival. In attendance were stars Emily Blunt, Jason Segel, Alison Brie, Zoe Niemkiewicz and director Nicholas Stoller.
By Jeffrey Van CampProvided by
In the second big move to squeeze more money out of its subscribers, Verizon today announced that it will begin charging a $30 fee to everyone who activates a new device with a two-year contract.
By Tim Parker
You might not like those IRS auditors, but take a moment to turn the tables. What if you were an auditor yourself and your day was filled with interesting, creative and downright ridiculous stories from people attempting to reduce their tax bill or get out of paying altogether?