Shell plans to sell its minority interest in an Australian gas field…apparently what’s “down under” isn’t worth as much as previously thought.
Chocolate, wine, and berries may protect against type 2 diabetes…and against a “dull” life.
A neurologist claims smoking during pregnancy can make babies gay…the old false oral-fixation theory.
Dozens of passengers have contracted a stomach illness on a Royal Carribbean ship…cruise lines need to become more Italian and wrap everything in plastic.
Ukraine-Russia tensions ease…if you believe that then Putin has a bridge he’s like to put you under.
The Secretary of State makes a show of support for Kiev, and against Putin…all Americans heard was “a secretary likes pudding.”
Flexcoin says it lost $600,000 worth of bitcoins to hackers…the future was, is, and apparently will be in plastics.
General Motors’s CEO says she’s personally directing the recall of 1.37 million GM cars…cause they make a weird noise she can’t really describe.
RadioShack is closing stores…not hard to believe since it’s 2014 and your store is still called RadioShack.
Tesla Motors plans to open 30 service centers and stores…it might better open banks willing to loan money to buy Teslas.
The New York Times has printed a correction to a 160-year-old story…and people still wondering why newspapers are dying.