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'Osama bin Laden' searches spike 1 million percent just on Google

It seems Osama Bin Laden’s death has brought big business for some, at least it’s true for Google, which announced on its Twitter account Tuesday that Sunday night's searches for the term "Bin Laden" experienced an enormous increase.

David Arquette fine after car crash

David Arquette is fine after getting in a head-on car accident in Beverly Hills on Friday (March 4). The actor took to his Twitter account hours later to let his followers know he's going to be OK.

Designer Cole's Egypt tweet draws public wrath; apologizes

Who thinks of using a tragic event like the Egyptian political turmoil, where hundreds have died, as a promotion strategy? Well, the American clothing designer Kenneth Cole has not only done that but also learned a hard lesson. That was poor advertising.

Is "Idol" alum Alex Lambert homeless? rep says NO!

Former American Idol star yesterday admitted on his Twitter account that he is homeless. But a spokesperson for the aspiring singer has gunned down that stuff, insisting all is well with Lambert and that he has plenty of money to live on.

Anna Hansen gives birth to Lance Armstrong's fifth child

Lance Armstrong became a dad for the fifth time. The professional U.S. cyclist and his girlfriend Anna Hansen welcomed a baby girl late Sunday, and the champ cyclist announced the good news on his Twitter account.

Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt's brother dies; drug overdose suspected

Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt's older brother Dan has died at the age of 36, the 'Inception' star confirmed the sad news on his Twitter account Tuesday night.

Julio Iglesias weds longtime sweetheart in private ceremony

Spanish singer Julio Iglesias is officially off the market! The 66-year-old singer married his longtime sweetheart Miranda Rijnsburger Tuesday, after nearly 20 years of togetherness.

Bieber hits back at prankster

Bloomfield Village, Mich. -- A Michigan 15-year-old whose phone number was posted to Twitter by teen singer Justin Bieber said he got more than 26,000 calls and texts during the weekend.

Kevin Kristopik, 15, of Bloomfield Village, whose number was briefly posted to the singer's Twitter account Saturday night in apparent retaliation for the teenager obtaining Bieber's phone number from a hacked Facebook page and texting him, said he had received about 26,000 calls and texts from Bieber fans by Monday morning, The Detroit News reported Tuesday.

Bieber's post, which was deleted shortly after it went up, insinuated to his 4.5 million followers that the number was his.

Justin Bieber uses Twitter to take revenge on teen

Did Detroit teen Kevin Kristopik anticipate the consequences of messing up with pop sensation Justin Bieber? Definitely he didn't.

Palin compares self to Shakespeare

Wasilla, Alaska -- Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin defended a misspelling on her Twitter account with the argument: "Shakespeare liked to coin new words too."

The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee's initial tweet Sunday called on peaceful Muslims to "refudiate" plans for a mosque near the World Trade Center site in New York, the Christian Science Monitor reported Tuesday.

"Refudiate" is close in spelling to "repudiate," but Palin instead corrected the post to call for Muslims to "refute the Ground Zero mosque plan."

Palin posted a third time after numerous Twitter users criticized her spelling.
"English is a living language. Shakespeare liked to coin new words too. Got to celebrate it!" Palin tweeted.