Happy Monday! Time for the news.
Yup, it's news time. Here are the week's top stories.
Today is my LAST day of college classes ever. Happy summer, everybody! Here are the week's top stories.
Passing a swim test is a graduation requirement at my school (for real), and I officially passed the test over the weekend. I am accepting congratulatory gifts. Here are the week's top stories.
After this very tough and very scary week, I hope everyone's holding up out there. We're sending all our love to Boston – here's how you can donate to the victims if you're so inclined. Here are the week's top stories.
Who watched the MTV Movie Awards? I didn't... I was too busy watching Despicable Me. Here are the week's top stories.
Here's to hoping it gets to be shorts weather this week here in NYC. This weather is being a real tease. Here are the week's top stories.
Yeah, I know you're just reading this for that headline. I was like, baby, baby, baby, ohhhhhh..... Here are the week's top stories.
SPRING BRRRRRRREEEEEEAAAAAAAAAK!!!!! Jk, I'm in New York and it's snowing. But I've decided that if I buy cute spring clothes, spring will come. Right? Right. Here are the week's top stories just in case you missed them on your fabulous tropical vacation.
I'm counting down the weeks to Spring Break, which means one of two things: either it's midterms, or I have senioritis. Wait, I think it's both? Here are the week's top stories.
Katie Couric pushed Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o for some answers about his fake-dead-girlfriend controversy. And because the internet is beautiful, the Gregory Brothers songified it. Why, why, Manti?
Happy Hannukah to those who observe the holiday! Does it look like winter where you are? Because it sure does NOT in New York City. I never thought I'd be wishing for colder weather, but it's totally happening. It's December. There is supposed to be snow on the ground! Where is my winter wonderland?! Anyway, here are the week's top stories.
I would really, really love it if there was just one week where this column didn't involve me writing about people killing each other. Yeah, sorry to be a downer. Call me Miss America, but all I want is world peace! Luckily, we've got a viral video this week that will cheer you up after you make it through the sad headlines.
Happy Monday! (That was semi-sarcastic.) I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving, full of delicious food and low on family awkwardness (hey, a girl can dream). This week's news is dominated by Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, but I did my best to dig out the other stories. Read on!
OMG you guys, football! There must be some exciting things going on because I can hardly think or type right now thanks to the guy down the hall who loves to scream at the TV when football games are on!
Whatever your beliefs, your party affiliation, your level of annoyance with election season... please, please, please VOTE. And bring a friend.
Apparently football season is in full swing, because all the guys in my dorm are spending more and more time yelling at the TV. Here are the week's top stories.
I'm not going to lie to you guys, there's not a whole lot of happy news this week. But this is our world, so be brave and read on!
Midterm season already? Here's what you missed while you were crying into your books.
How is it that nothing is blooming and I still have terrible allergies? Anyway. Here are the week's top stories.
Did you watch the Emmys instead of doing your homework? It's ok. Maybe you can get Amy Poehler to write an excuse for you.
Is it fall yet? Here are the week's top stories!
While you were crying over the Twitter hoax deaths of Morgan Freeman and Alfonso Ribiero (not Carlton!!!!), we were picking up the pieces and finding out what you missed. Here are the past week's top stories.
A swarm of earthquakes hit California, and more than 400 earthquakes with a magnitude above 1.0 took place over the span of one week. Several buildings have been closed due to damage.
The Olympics may be over, but Ryan Lochte hasn't stopped saying "Jeah." Here's what you missed while you were staring at his abs and trying not to listen to what was coming out of his mouth.
Once again, we're sad to say that the national news isn't the happiest this week. Our hearts go out to the victims of the shooting in Wisconsin. Read on for more details on that tragedy, as well as other world news updates.
Hey, guys! It's the Olympics! Since we know you've been glued to your TV all weekend, here's what you missed.
We're sad to say that our updates on current events aren't always so cheerful, and that goes for this week especially. Once again, we'd like to express our heartfelt condolences to the victims of the Aurora shooting and their families and friends. Read on for updates about the shooting, as well as this week's other top stories.
Still hiding under your bed after Friday the 13th? Here's what you missed in the last week.
Still nursing that patriotic post-Fourth of July headache? Here's what you missed in the last week.
The chief executive of Yahoo has resigned after it was discovered that he lied on his resume. In other resume news, a 22-year-old Minnesota man got a job after posting his resume on a billboard.
France elected a new president. A 13-year-old is CEO and founder of a company that has created a cure for hiccups. The terrorist group Al Qaeda has posted a video of a kidnapped American development worker. A French designer and an American scientist have created a portable mouth spray that causes instant drunkenness.
A patron collapsed at the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas for the second time in two months. Google released the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s report into their Street View service, which collected private data from millions of households. Former Senator and Presidential candidate John Edwards trial heated up this week. A recent study from the Associated Press reveals that 1 in 2 recent college grads is jobless or underemployed.
Five people are confirmed dead after tornadoes stuck the Midwest this weekend. Rick Santorum stepped out of the race to become the Republican presidential nominee. North Korea suffered international embarrassment Friday when their much-hyped missile demonstration ended with a mid-air explosion. The mayor of Newark, New Jersey made headlines this week for saving a woman from a burning building. The Obamas and Bidens released their 2011 tax returns.
A Navy fighter jet crashed into an apartment building in Virginia Beach on Friday afternoon. President Barack Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act into law on Thursday. After Tuesday's primaries, Mitt Romney's nomination by the Republican Party has transformed from likely to almost certain.
The U.S. lottery jackpot hit a record high this week, sending scores of people to their local lotto stops to purchase tickets. Numbers released on Thursday revealed that more kids than ever are being diagnosed with autism. The U.S. Supreme Court heard three days of oral argument on the constitutionality of President Obama’s health care plan.