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Big in 2012- What Went Down This Year

2012 was a big year- we lost some of the biggest names in entertainment, made it through Hurricane Sandy and witnessed some of the biggest tragedies the country has ever seen. There were some good times though, the world didn't end like the Mayans predicted, we saw the release of major albums and the births of the entertainment worlds' future- relive it all below. Read more...

TIME Magazine Names President Obama Person of the Year

TIME Magazine announced this morning that they have chosen President Barack Obama as Person of the Year 2012. The president had tough competition as his opponents included some of the world’s most noted names in business, science and politics. Among those in the running were, Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani activist who was shot in the head by the Taliban for advocating for girls' right to education; Tim Cook, CEO of Apple; Bill and Hillary Clinton for global humanitarian and political activism, and many more. The president also received the title back in 2008. Read more...

Does Instagram Have The Right To Sell Your Personal Photos?

Have you ever been surfing through random websites and come across a picture of yourself in an ad that you didn’t know you did, or worse, didn’t get paid for. Well, if not, your day just may be coming.  As of January 16th 2013 Instagram (recently adopted by Facebook) will implement a new policy allowing the site to sell your photos to anyone they want. Yes, Instagram will have the right to sell its user’s pictures to outside companies and organizations for profit, yet offer no payment or notification to the user. Read more...

President Obama In Tears While Addressing Connecticut School Shooting Victims

A weeping, President Obama delivers sincerest regards to families of Connecticut school shooting victims, and a heartfelt message to all Americans. Read more...

Fatal Elementary School Shooting in Connecticut Leaves 30 People Dead

 A Connecticut school shooting leaves 30 people dead, including 18 children. At 9:35 a.m. two gunmen opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. One suspect has been reported dead and the other is still at large. Read more...

Two Puppies Settle Beef in Rap Battle