Daylight savings time began at 2 AM this morning which means that most people in the United States have to turn the clocks forward one hour getting more daylight time in exchange for less sleep. But is Daylight Savings Time actually a benefit?
A man who gambled away $500,000 over a 17 hour period, claims to have been drunk and now he wants his casino debt declared null and void. Not only that, but he wants unspecified compensatory and punitive damages for the casino's alleged "negligence, reckless endangerment, fraud and other wrongdoing."
Gazprom, the huge Russian energy company, issued a warning to Ukraine on Friday that it would cut-off its gas supply if Ukraine did not promptly pay its outstanding bill for $1.89 billion.
This warning has all the markings of a replay of event in 2009, when Gazprom also cut-off Ukraine, sending the country into an economic tailspin.
Bad news for peeping perverts in Massachusetts as Gov. Deval Patrick signed a bill on Friday morning making it a crime to take unwanted photos or videos under another person's clothing.
The bill was a response to the Massachusetts highest court that recently ruled that it was not against the law to secretly take photos beneath another person's clothing, "reasoning" that the other person is not partially nude.
Cosmos, one of the most striking television documentaries ever, is making a comeback beginning Sunday night.
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey will premier on Sunday, March 9th at 9:00 PM EST and it will reair the following day on the National Georgraphic Channel. This latest edition will be narrated by renown astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson.
The non-farm payrolls for February were announced this morning and they beat expectations.
Prior to the release, economists estimated that 149,000 jobs would be added for the month of February, but the actual number came in at 175,000. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.7 percent, up from 6.6 percent.