The official Twitter account of NBC News was apparently hacked Friday and alarming messages were sent to its followers. NBC News issued a statement apologizing for the tweets, which claimed there was a terrorist attack at Ground Zero using a plane.
The Twitter account, which has about 129,000 followers, has temporarily been suspended, but reports of the tweets read:
“Breaking News! Ground Zero has just been attacked. Flight 5736 has crashed into… Continue reading NBC News Twitter feed hacked, prankster claims Ground Zero terror attack
After several days of rioting in the streets of London, resulting in mass looting and rampant destruction with no end in sight, the chaos has made its way to the film community in devastating form. Last night, an uncontrollable fire was started at the Pias/Sony distribution centers in Enfield, London, burning the 20,000-square-foot warehouse and completely destroying its stock of over 120,000 DVDs.
As evidenced by the Twitter… Continue reading Sony's Independent Film Distributor Burned to the Ground During London Riots (VIDEO)
Australian bowling legend Shane Warne will get a ground named after him in Melbourne. Melbourne’s heritage-listed Junction Oval would be renamed the Shane Warne Oval under a proposed multi-million dollar renovation. Almost 20 million dollars would be spent redeveloping the oval into a 5000-seat boutique stadium and indoor sports and training centre if a Labor [...] Continue reading Ground to be named after Shane Warne
Feisal Abdul Rauf, the imam behind the proposed mosque near Ground Zero in New York, has said that Florida Pastor Terry Jones’ plans to burn copies of the Quran would have sparked “a disaster”. Rauf said that the event, which was called off, would have “strengthened radicals”. “It would have strengthened the radicals. It would [...] Continue reading Quran burning would have “strengthened radicals”: Ground Zero mosque imam
Indian equities started trade on a strong note in the last session of the current fiscal Wednesday but slipped into the red as investors resorted to profit booking.
The sensitive index (Sensex) opened at 17,602.39 points, against the previous close at 17,590.17 points, and moved up to 17,699.50 points. But the index subsequently slipped and was [...] Continue reading Indian equities lose ground after firm start