Sesame Street will premiere on Nigerian televisions this fall, redubbed and renamed.
Florence has threatened to take the Italian government to court over questions of ownership of Michelangelo’s iconic David.
A Los Angeles man has pleaded guilty in court to smuggling goods from Australia. The contraband? Reptiles.
Bieber fever is catching on in a whole new way: the teen dream will be starring in the upcoming season premiere of CSI, CBS announced on Friday.
American Airlines is being sued for refusing to refund its $25 checked-baggage fee after allegedly losing one Washington woman’s suitcase. The class action suit, brought about by Danielle Covarrubias, is asking for $5 million …
Could “Angry Thursdays” be the next to trend on the networking site?
Teen favorite clothing chain Forever 21 is facing controversy over its new maternity line, Love 21, which is launching in five states—Texas, California, Arizona, Alaska and Utah, this month.
A man was detained in the Mexico City international airport following some serious (wait for it!) monkey business. (Groan.)
Raytheon is finally taking laser beam weaponry out of the movies and into reality. The Massachusetts based company unveiled its Laser Close-In System (CIWS), which can shoot objects ranging from rocks to small surface ships.
With those pesky laws limiting the places you can text (who needs to watch the road, anyway?) the Samsung App store has capitalized on the one activity still unregulated for texting multi-taskers: walking.
Philosophers and fertility experts can rest easy as the age-old question, “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” finally has an answer: The chicken.
With eight correct World Cup predictions for each of his eight tentacles, including Spain’s epic win against the Netherlands on Sunday, Paul the Octopus is quitting while he’s ahead.