Good morning! Today is Tuesday, May 10. There are 11 days left until the end of the world, so act accordingly. Here are some links to other items of note:
A new study says TiVo improves people’s relationships, with 5 percent saying it improves their sex lives. Apparently I’ve been doing TiVo all wrong.
Newt Gingrich is expected to join the 2012 Republican presidential race, just in time to pitch feathers on a well-tarred Donald Trump.
Matthew McConaughey is freakishly good-looking, reports a sports columnist who missed his calling as a Hollywood scouting agent.
The Miami Heat beat the Boston Celtics in overtime to take a three-games-to-one lead in a series many hope will end with a meteor strike.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver have split after 25 years. If you can remember their storybook wedding, then you’re getting old like me.
Photojournalist Michael Kamber of The New York Times, who recently addressed the death and legacy of his fellow war photographer Tim Hetherington in the GMPM, spoke to ABC News about Hetherington and about having second thoughts on his chosen vocation.
Tourists are coming out to see the flooding of the Mississippi River.
The average Brit will spend five years of his life hung over, which might help explain why they’re always trying to take the piss out of things.
(Photo: Louisiana Best)