In a shocking but as-yet-unverified confession, jailed “Craigslist Killer” Miranda Barbour told a local newspaper she killed nearly two dozen people as part of her connection to a Satanist cult. Police and the FBI are currently working to verify the claims.
Apparently the weather in Sochi is a big enough problem that they had to ship in 24 tons of salt from Switzerland to ensure they could properly prepare some of the events.
Could you imagine Apple owning Tesla Motors? It’s apparently a rumor that was floating around this week.
If you don’t want to know what happened in the first episode of House of Cards season two, don’t click this link.
Good news, America: Soon you’ll be able to order a chalupa via a smartphone.
As it turns out, highly-trained Air Force nuclear command officials are just as prone to cheating as the rest of us—34 of them got caught sharing answers to a proficiency exam.
Know those in-app purchases that seem super-dangerous in the wrong hands? Apple has to pay $32.5 million to parents who got hit with charges their kids unwittingly rang up.
The National Labor Relations Board says that Wal-Mart is illegally firing and disciplining workers who complain about their working conditions.
Speaking of labor issues, Amazon’s employees voted against unionizing.
Let’s deport Bieber.
The UN’s top human rights official, Navi Pillay, says that there’s increasing evidence of war crimes in Syria. ”They point to the fact that the evidence indicates responsibility at the highest level of government, including the head of state,” she said in a press conference.
Red Bull does more than give you wings, a new study suggests: It, along with other energy drinks, makes your heart beat differently.
Apple bought Topsy, a social media tool used to dredge up really old tweets, for a reported $200 million.
Bob Dylan racist against Croatians? That’s what a new lawsuit in France alleges.
If your Facebook feed seems to have a lot more news in it these days, this is why.
What costs Apple $1,100 per hour but the company can’t do anything about? Easy: The fee that the company’s getting charged by a court-compliance monitor after it lost an eBook lawsuit earlier this year. Michael Bromwich and his team have cost the company $138,432.40 over just two weeks, which is so insane that the company has said that they’ve never had an individual cost this high. Apple’s pushing back in court, though for his part, Bromwich says his fee (which allows him to make what’s a yearly salary for many people in the span of a 40-hour week) is reasonable.
In Pakistan, the government is considering filing charges against former leader Gen. Pervez Musharraf. It could cause a big heaping of strife, however.
At the box office, a sequel film that stars a mostly black cast did impressive business, and analysts can’t wrap their heads around it.
Did Apple just buy the company that created the technology that drives Microsoft’s Kinect? And did they pay $345 million dollars?
Rob Ford, football fan.