Stuff you may have missed: December 24, 2013
Oakland teen Jahi McMath, who suffered complications from tonsil surgery earlier this month, has been declared brain dead by a judge, but that doesn’t mean the hospital will get its wish to stop life support for her until December 30 at the earliest. The case has drawn criticism for the hospital’s treatment of McMath and her family, which is still holding out hope.
A philanthropist and hedge fund millionaire jumped to his death yesterday in New York City, after giving away nearly all of his wealth in recent years.
The U.S Postal Service has a lump of coal for everyone this year: They’re raising prices in a last-ditch effort to stay solvent.
Sprint and T-Mobile, the two also-rans of the mobile industry, are close to a deal to merge.
When the porn industry shuts down over HIV scares, porn stars aren’t without options for work.