An Asian woman filmed killing a rabbit by sitting on it has issued an apology online. The woman's apology has been met with criticism from individuals, animal activist groups and online communities, who are not convinced, and believe it to be a lie.
Rep. Joe Wilson stated Sept. 13, "I am not going to apologize again." In the wake of his shouting "You lie!" during Pres. Obama's speech, and this latest statement, the House of Representatives is likely to vote to formally rebuke him.
Taking blame and saying “I'm sorry, I did it, I'm to blame” doesn't seem to be the rule for behavior these days. In fact people just shift blame or talk in neutral tones. But where is responsibility in a “no shame” culture?
Marine researchers from the University of California have found octopuses acting strangely wild and violent. They have found ample "jealousy murders," octopus spies and a rare sex encounter among the octopuses found in Indonesia.
Italy’s highest appeal court has passed a landmark ruling allowing married women who commit adultery to have the right to lie to protect their honor. They say bending the truth justifies concealing extramarital relationships.
Tom, the smiling guy at the dry erase board who automatically becomes your first friend on MySpace is busted lying about his age. When the site launched in 2003 he claimed he was 27. As it turns out he's much older than that.