Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, the Arizona congresswoman who was shot in the head in a mass shooting last year, will resign from Congress this week. The announcement comes today in a video released by Giffords, saying she will focus more on her recovery.
Joe Paterno, the former football coach of Penn State University, has died, according to reports, and friends and fans have quickly taken to Twitter to pay their respects and condolences.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has announced that he will be releasing his tax returns on Tuesday, ahead of the Florida primary.
Jimmy Fallon is the latest to jump on board to create a Tim Tebow song or spoof.
Tim Tebow has had a fine imposed on him by his teammates after a billboard appeared in Denver earlier this year lobbying Tebow to be the Denver Broncos starting quarterback.
The grandson of silver-screen icon Rita Hayworth has been found dead with a bag over his head, in what early reports are calling a suicide.
Muhammad Ali has reportedly been rushed to hospital after falling unconscious at his home.
The charity run by Penn State University former football coach Jerry Sandusky, The Second Mile, has settled a lawsuit out of court with one of Sandusky’s alleged sexual abuse victims.
Brad Pitt has turned from acting to become a crisis counselor, after comforting a suicidal fan recently during a Q&A session following a screening of his new film “Moneyball.”
A law has come into effect this week in San Francisco to ensure that food meets certain nutritional criteria before it can be promoted with free toys; all in the name of tackling childhood obesity.
Jon Bon Jovi has topped a Forbes “Giving” List for 2011, beating out competition from other leading givers such as Justin Bieber, Bono and Paul McCartney.
A man who stole money from a store in Seattle more than six decades ago has emerged again to give the cash back with interest, a store manager has reported.
An iPhone 4 has exploded midflight in Australia last week. The Apple iPhone 4 in question was a black version of the smartphone.
Facebook is reportedly planning to file its long-anticipated initial public offering (IPO) sometime in the spring of 2012.
Herman Cain is reportedly reassessing his candidacy bid following allegations that he had a 13 year affair.
Android has been announced as the leading smartphone operating system in the United States, according to Nielson.
Airplane passengers were thrown into a panic after someone’s iPhone 4 combusted shortly after the plane landed in Sydney last week.
Research has shown that HP printers may catch fire remotely. According to research carried out by Columbia University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, Hewlett Packard LaserJet printers can be remotely heated up and destroyed, as reported by MSNBC.