New Jersey parents who gave their children controversial names say that a court found them not guilty of child abuse, though they are still waiting for their kids to be returned.
One of Nebraska’s most popular tourist attractions is up on the auction block.
America can breathe a sigh of relief to know that the President (unlike the rest of the mainstream media) is uninterested in the lives and loves of the Kardashian clan.
The world’s largest hamburger chain is launching the McDonald’s Channel, an in-store digital TV network of original content, including local news and youth sports coverage, human interest stories, and entertainment previews.
Scores of ringed seals along the coast of Alaska have fallen victim to a mysterious disease that has been afflicting the area since July.
Fashion retailer Urban Outfitters has landed in hot water after a scathing letter points out its (potentially illegal) fascination with all things Navajo.
Girl Scouts of the USA has introduced a series of new badges intended to reflect and reward skills needed in the modern world.
In an effort to bolster its ailing tourism industry, Japan is making it very enticing for travelers to visit. (via Moneyland)
An initially unremarkable mistake proved fortuitous for one lucky lady.
Cookie Monster, Elmo, and Big Bird are about to get a brand-new friend.
Amidst the destruction wrought by Hurricane Irene, there is a small silver lining: New England states can expect particularly lovely colors as their leaves change this autumn.
After weeks of suspense and rampant speculation throughout the fashion industry, Kanye West showed his first womenswear line on Saturday at the library of the Lycee Henri IV on Paris’ Left Bank.