2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
The standout news & pop obsessions gleaned from your search habits
Our favorite red carpet moments of 2012.
Photo Galleries By Category
Related Search Results
- This is what everyone hates the most about their tablets
People love their tablets… except when they don’t. Fixya, a self-described “community based trouble-shooting resource,” has followed up on a report it released last month about the biggest smartphone pain points with a new report showing what everyone hates the most about their tablets. Fixya said that it created its latest report by “sifting through over 10,000 problem impressions to determine the most common issues with each device,” so it does seem to give a pretty good snapshot about tablet owners’ biggest frustrations. We’ll start with the iPad Air, which looks like it will be a favorite to appear under people’s Christmas trees this year. Fixya says that while users have generally raved about the iPad Air, many have complained about the instability of
- Helicopter gunships used in Mexico resort battle
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Two government helicopter gunships opened fire on 10 vehicles fleeing a luxury beach condo complex during this week's gun battle at the Gulf of California resort of Puerto Penasco, Mexican authorities said.
- Obama: 2014 can be 'breakthrough year for America'
- Mall Cop-Turned Viral Sensation Doesn’t Regret Tasering Mom
- Selena Gomez Is Over It
Today in celebrity gossip: Selena Gomez cancels her world tour, William and Kate's text messages are adorable, and Kanye West has been unmasked as the mastermind behind the Kardashians' insane Christmas card. Selena Gomez, the tiny 21-year-old best known for chastely hugging Justin Bieber in front of cameras as well as starring in Spring Breakers, The Wizards of Waverly Place, and selling millions upon millions of scream-sung .mp3s, has abruptly canceled her upcoming world tour with little explanation.
- Is Obamacare's Individual Mandate Next to Go?
The administration’s latest retreat on Obamacare signals the first tangible sign that the president is moving toward a one-year postponement of the individual mandate, arguably the most controversial provision of the beleaguered Affordable Care Act reform. It also has added a new layer of complexity and problems for the insurance industry, which has been struggling to meet targets for enrolling Americans in new health plans ever since the disastrous launch of the technically flawed government websites Oct. 1. Late Thursday, the White House announced that people facing the cancellation of their health insurance plans will be allowed to buy stop-gap catastrophic coverage and will be exempt from penalties if they think the policies being sold on federal and state exchanges are too expensive and decide to go without insurance next year. President Obama downplayed the significance of the latest rule change during a Friday afternoon press conference at the White House, saying it was directed at a small subset of Americans who are losing their old insurance and can’t readily find an affordable replacement policy.
- Fidel Castro discloses brother's words to Obama
- Phil Robertson and A&E Fight Not About 1st Amendment, Expert Says