Reports say Kim Jong Il’s eldest son is now under “Chinese protection” after leaving the island of Macau. But like most things in the Hermit Kingdom, it’s hard to know for sure.
You probably need no telling that Festivus, celebrated on Dec. 23, was immortalized in the classic 1997 Seinfeld episode “The Strike.” If you needed telling, the above video should put you on the path to …
This is one endorsement it’s safe to say Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich was not courting.
World leaders reacted cautiously to the sudden news Sunday night that Kim Jong-Il, the despotic leader of isolated North Korea, had died of a heart attack while traveling aboard a train within the country on Saturday.
A short distance outside Beijing, in a bleak-looking 100-acre area of former corn fields off the main road to the Great Wall of China, sits a bizarre sight: the eerie, skeletal ruins of once-grand plans for the largest amusement …
Stargazers got their yearly December treat Tuesday night with the Geminid meteor shower providing an amazing light show, despite the near full moon reducing its impact, the Washington Post reports.
The shower, named after the …
Former Fox News host Glenn Beck’s live-streaming video network, GBTV, has commissioned its first reality series – from the ashes of a failed pilot on the History Channel last year, Mediabistro’s TVNewser reports.
Conservationists have discovered a big batch of new — and interesting-sounding — creatures in Southeast Asia, including a psychedelic gecko and a monkey with something resembling Elvis’ hairstyle.
Virginia lawmakers are mulling a tax break for those seeking “space burials.”
The South Carolina Republican Party briefly considered selling the naming rights to its 2012 primary to Stephen Colbert – and his satire-laced super PAC.
Patience is clearly a virtue — one best combined with artistic vision and a pen.
A furor has erupted in south Asia involving a men’s magazine, a seemingly nude Pakistani actress and a tattoo of the initials of Pakistan’s spy agency on her arm.