Photographs and videos from Venezuela’s #12F protests are flooding the social media streams today as the country’s news outlets continue to look the other way amidst the biggest wave of protests since the death of Huge Chavez over a year ago.
Incredible photos and videos of city streets on fire and fuming with smoke have been going around on Twitter as the months-long street protests for pro-EU reforms in Ukraine take a toll in the heart of the country’s capital, Kiev.
Netflix saw a noticeable surge in U.S. viewership following the release of the highly anticipated second season of House of Cards, with as many as 16% of Netflix subscribers on an unspecified Internet service provider tuning in for at least one episode within the first 24 hours, according to broadband analytics firm Procera.
Alleged Craigslist killer Miranda Barbour recently confessed to a string of other murders over the past six years, claiming she was recruited into a satantic cult while living in Alaska that encouraged her to kill those whom she considered “bad people.”
As Florida resident Michael Dunn took the stand in his controversial “loud music” murder trial this week, the Internet erupted with familiar speculations that the fatal shooting of the 17-year-old teenager may have been racially charged.
After Mt.Gox announced they would be pausing withdrawal requests until a bug was fixed in Bitcoin software, the price of the cryptocurrency took a nose dive down to $535. Meanwhile in Miami, two men have been arrested for an alleged Bitcoin money laundering operation.