Robbing a handful of change and lying about it cost a 15-year-old a lifetime as a felon.
In the wake of Tropical Storm Irene heavy flooding inundated Vermont’s central and southern villages and took down infrastructures. The state was unprepared, as it had not seen such floods since the 1900s.
As you prepare the rain gears and stock up on emergency food and water, don’t forget get your smartphones out. A little bit of tech savvy can help keep you safe.
In-your-face celebrity ads may have worked last decade. Andy Roddick reportedly gets paid $5 million every year just to wear Lacoste in competitions. But that no longer seems to make the statement the brand wants.
Heineken? Carlsberg? Budweiser? Wrong, and you’ve probably never heard of it unless you are from China. The answer is Snow Beer.
Hold your breath. He has neither a balancing pole nor safety net below.
A Pennsylvania photographer canceled senior photo sessions with four high school girls after spotting nasty comments they made on Facebook.
The drama, with a twist, came at halftime raffle shot during a charity game between Shattuck and The World in Faribault, Minn.
In the wake of many changes sweeping through Europe and its lifestyle, French cuisine is no exception.
Over the half-century of its history, Barbie has had more than a hundred career switches from doctor to lifeguard to a chef. Nonetheless, her 2011 feat as architect Barbie, a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) …
Mislabeled as “Twin Sisters,” Alfred Hitchcock’s earliest credited film, The White Shadow, had been rescued from a stash of unidentified ignitable nitrate prints that had been safeguarded at the New Zealand archive since 1989.
They say imitation is the highest form of flattery. But Ikea is surely not so happy with China’s 11 Furniture store, which replicates the Swedish original with surprising attention to detail.