- An outbreak of severe weather could hit the Northeast and especially New York City Thursday evening, with some meteorologists predicting a wallop similar to the ‘derecho’ that knocked out Washington D.C.’s power.
- Mitt Romney randomly mentioned U.S. Senator Marco Rubio during a Piers Morgan interview, reigniting speculation that the Florida Republican will be the former Massachusetts governor’s Vice Presidential pick.
Telemundo Model Liza Irizarry Sues Victoria's Secret's Model Selita Ebanks After A Catfight Over Boyfriend Terrence JCatfights are not new to the entertainment industry and in most of the cases; the fight is for a man. This incident took place almost a year back in Miami's Dream Nightclub last year when the famous Victoria Secret Model Selita Ebanks allegedly hit the 34-year-old Telemundo model Liza Irizarry and broke her nose for kissing boyfriend Terrence J.
- Based on analyst estimates, Merck & Co. will report earnings of $1.01 a share on sales of about $12.16 billion -- an increase of 0.1 percent from the year-earlier quarter. The company posts its second-quarter earnings on Friday, before the opening bell.
- Late Wednesday former NBA star Dennis Rodman had a life changing experience. After 42 long years he finally met his estranged father, Philander Rodman Jr.
- The four year veteran will look to continue his development playing alongside Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce.
- Do you prefer rooftop terraces to big backyards, an evening at the theater to a night on the couch, or coffee at a café instead of a cup of tea at home alone? If so, you may want to check out one of the cities on Coldwell Banker’s new survey of America’s top 10 markets for “social seekers.”
- It seems as though the world if retail is hitting some mid-year skids, leaving market watchers wondering if they already need to write of the second-most important sales season of the year: Back to school.
- United customers staged a rebellion in a Shanghai airport after their flight was cancelled again and again. After being scheduled to leave China on Wednesday, customers finally landed in Newark, New Jersey on Saturday morning. Passengers pulled a customer service representative across the counter by his tie.
- A photo from a New Jersey gay couple's engagement party has landed an anti-gay union organization in hot water, after it used the photo without permission in a political attack ad against a pro-civil union Republican in Colorado.
- Because the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes was found in the Mexicali Cheese Corp.'s finished product, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning people to neither consume nor purchase any of the company's products.
- Have the Nets surpassed the Knicks as the best team in the Big Apple?
- The NHL enforcer said he'd kick an openly gay player's ass.
- Internet superstore Amazon has something huge in the works. After a long history of fighting against collecting sales tax, the company seems to have a new strategy to stay on top: same-day delivery.
- The question on everyone's mind is this: Why would a hot Internet company with an empire of music and culture blogs want to invest its resources in print? Tyler Goldman, Buzzmedia's CEO, said Spin is much more than a print publication.
- Deron Williams announced his decision to stay with the Nets via his Twitter account on Tuesday night, and also attached a photo of him signing his five-year, $98 million Brooklyn Nets contract on an Apple iPad.
- Financial professionals reeled Wednesday after the now-collapsed futures merchant PFG (Peregrine Financial Group Inc.), whose troubles bear an unnerving similarity to MF Global's woes, left as much as $200 million unaccounted for and PFG clients kicking themselves for ignoring the warning signs.
- Kris Humphries just cannot stay out of the headlines. The free agent forward has followed up his high profile marriage and divorce with a career year, being bestowed with the ignominious honor as the 'Most Disliked Player In The NBA' and on Monday, he has emerged as the final obstruction to the blockbuster trade of the year.
- Three people were gored during the running of the bulls through the streets of Pamplona in northern Spain on Monday.