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Ryan Ferguson, the lead suspect in the 2001 murder of a Columbia, MO newspaper editor, recently had his conviction vacated after nearly a decade in jail. Tonight, he’s a free man.
Basically, Jimmy Kimmel should never pull out the old kids-acting-like-adults bit ever again, because it might cause another international incident.
Twitter’s not sitting down after its IPO: Today, it launched a custom timelines feature which could give Storify a run for its money.
Had trouble getting through Healthcare.Gov the first time? Try again, the federal government is saying this week.
If depression didn’t already suck enough, it ages us.
The Chief Information Officer in charge for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Tony Trenkle, has resigned from his post, claiming a desire to move to the private sector. (Though the obvious speculation is that it was actually because of this.)
Is prayer before a city council meeting a violation of the separation of church and state? SCOTUS ponders.
Want to buy TWTR? That’ll be $26 per share, at least to start.
Not to be outdone by Twitter’s bizarre news today, Facebook’s quarterly results show that analysts totally got it wrong during its IPO. The company saw a 60 percent revenue increase from the previous quarter. The stock price followed suit.
There’s a good chance going online for advice if you’re depressed might help. But there’s an equally good chance it might make things even worse.
Scientists just found another planet that’s a lot like Earth. Don’t get too attached though—it’s screwed.
Lenovo apparently has seen “Jobs,” because now they want Ashton Kutcher to design a tablet for them. Insanely flawed?
Former Philadelphia 76ers megastar Allen Iverson has finally retired, though he had a lot of trouble letting go.