2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
The standout news & pop obsessions gleaned from your search habits
Year in Review 2012: Astronomical Wonders
Once-in-a-lifetime astronomical events and monumental scientific achievements drove people to look to the skies and online on Yahoo! throughout 2012.
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- Alleged Hit-and-Run Driver Brags on Twitter, Joins Other 'Crime-Braggers'
The criminal mind can be cunningly brilliant—or stunningly foolish. You can safely put Emma Way of the UK into that second category. She’s the aggressive motorist who hit a cyclist while for a drive in Norwich, fled the scene and bragged about it on Twitter on Monday.
- Target's New Affordable Wedding Gowns
Many mass retailers have jumped on the bridal bandwagon over the years, from J.Crew to Urban Outfitters to Costco. Now Target is the latest big-box store to offer wedding gowns, with dresses ranging from $99.99 to $129.99. So the next time you're picking up flip-flops, detergent, and cat litter you can also buy your wedding dress! Last-minute brides with shotgun weddings: yes, you can even buy them online.
- Bully Punished With Bad Clothing. Unusual Yes, But Cruel?
School bullying is a national crisis, but one woman thinks she found the solution—give the bully a taste of her own medicine.
- Brad Pitt Slams His Marriage to Jennifer Aniston
Yes, Brad and his mouth are at it again.
- Brad Pitt's Most Annoying Revelation: It's Not About Jen
Oh Brad, last week you had our hearts puffed up with your moving tribute to partner Angelina Jolie after she revealed she underwent a double mastectomy to lower her risk of cancer. This week, we feel like a flaccid, old balloon: the air just leaked out of our regard, "pssssst."
- Why That Healthy Meal Is Making You Fat
You shun junk food, eat balanced meals, and never miss a spin class. So why are you gaining weight?
- Nip it in the Bud: 7 Simple Ways to Prevent a Dog Bite Before it Happens
This week marks National Dog Bite Prevention Week, an effort created by the United States Postal Service to bring awareness to the ever-growing number of dog bites each year. By offering safety tips and prevention techniques, the postal service urges pet owners to act responsibly. The honest truth is that any dog has the potential to bite. Typically, dogs will bite when they are provoked, either by being hurt or teased, two things that can be prevented with proper supervision. An animal will only stand so much taunting. No dog owner wants his or her dog to bite anyone. Often, owners are caught off guard especially with dogs that never bit anyone before. In honor of National Dog Bite Prevention Week, read through these facts about dog bites and accompanied by simple tips from the American Veterinary Association and United States Postal Service to keep your dog, family, and visitors safe. - By Danielle Sullivan MORE ON BABBLE 25 horrifying photos of things pets have ruined 12 animals with the strongest, biggest bite 10 funny pictures of dogs acting like people
- Tornado survivor finds her missing dog during TV interview
While Barbara Garcia was being interviewed by CBS News about the Oklahoma City tornado that destroyed her home and tore her dog from her arms, the dog was found alive nearby under the rubble.