Almost 15 percent of all the people on Earth used YouTube last month. Seriously.
Stop me if you've heard this one before: NBC has plans to replace Jay Leno with a younger, more affable host of the network's Late Night show. I'm sorry in advance, Jimmy Fallon.
The New York Times' Sam Borden has a great piece on the break American soccer star Landon Donovan recently took from the game.
It's almost Easter so the Times' Julia Moskin decided to taste test some ham.
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An actress is suing IMDB.com for publishing her actual age on the site.
A Savannah psychiatrist pleaded guilty to trading drugs for sex.
Vanity Fair's John Heilpern has lunch with Sandra Day O'Connor and meets Chief Justice John Roberts in the process.
A guy keeps leaving trash at Roman ruins. The Atlantic tells us why.
Food Republic has a list of 10 craft beers on their radar this spring.
Beer cans with removable lids. THE FUTURE!
Andrew Zimmern talks to the Wall Street Journal about how to be the perfect dinner guest.
Top Chef alum Mike Isabella is crafting the menu for the Preakness Stakes, the Baltimore Sun is reporting.
Bon Appetit asks a question I've long wondered about: Why can't we drink saltwater?
Awesome taxi cabs in Denver.
Wife gets revenge on cheating husband with billboard.
Anthony Bourdain's wife (a professional MMA fighter) is really into sensory deprivation chambers.
Don't even think about asking Tim Tebow a question.
Lifehacker has a list of healthy substitutions for food's most unhealthy ingredients.
Goodbye Google Reader, hello Google Keep?
Why music helps you exercise better.
Students from Valparaiso vandalized the Spartan statue at Michigan State, their opponent in today's NCAA Tournament.
Speaking of the tournament, USA Today's GameOn blog has a list of 12 reasons why everyone hates Duke.
Speaking of the tournament again, Esquire has a list of eight college nicknames and mascots that need fixing.
Don't agree with fans running onto the playing surface but there's something romantic about the Cavs fan who ran on the floor during the Cavs/Heat game to implore LeBron James to return to Cleveland.
Jack White's Third Man Records is releasing an EP of covers by Charleston's Shovels and Rope. They include this cover of Springsteen's Johnny 99.
The video that just might have helped an LA teen land Kate Upton as his prom date.