The Huffington Post names Dominique Strauss-Kahn's wife as the new editor of newly inaugurated Huffington Post France; meanwhile, Forbes reports that the site is preparing to launch a 24-hour online video news site.
Francis Ford Coppola's adaptation of On the Road—starring Viggo Mortensen, Amy Adams, Steve Buscemi, and Kirsten Dunst, among other newcomers—could hit French theaters by the end of May.
Virginia retailers are not happy about legislation allowing Amazon to skip paying state sales taxes—in spite of the company's "physical presence" in the state.
Mein Kampf returns to German bookstores.
Cormac McCarthy has turned in his first screenplay. According to the Guardian, "The Counselor" is "set in the modern-day south-west" and "depicts a respected lawyer who bites off more than he can chew after foolishly getting involved in the drug business."
Should there be warning labels for shoddy journalism?