After a unanimous vote from both chambers of the state legislature, a bill that protects the Arizona victims’ funerals from protesters was signed by Governor Jan Brewer.
Sarah Palin has not lost her knack for creating internet buzz.
Two Japanese men were apprehended and charged at Los Angeles International airport on Monday for committing the crime of turtle smuggling.
Wednesday’s links feature sweet treats and butt-kicking ladies.
Not the most conventional way to trade stock market advice, but dolling it out on Twitter sure worked out for 50 Cent.
With the iPhone’s carrier exclusivity coming to an end, some people are jumping to Verizon from AT&T’s overloaded networks. While it may not seem easy, there are a few methods for making the leap.
As if the Cleveland Cavaliers aren’t in pathetic enough shape – the team is 8-30, has dropped 21 of its last 22 games, and lost by 55 points to the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night – now their former franchise star is piling on.
It turns out the Milky Way looks a lot like a Jackson Pollack painting. And each of us aren’t even the tiniest paint drip.
By now, many of us are well on our way to abandoning our fleeting New Year’s Resolutions. But one man has set a quantifiable goal for himself. Ryan Hohman wants to eat 2,011 chicken wings in 2011.
Sure, being one of the first people to land on Mars would be pretty cool. But what if you couldn’t come back to Earth to brag about it?
Following an influx of obese passengers, Boston’s Emergency Medical Services will begin using an ambulance equipped with a hydraulic lift.
Guo Gangtang has been on a quest across China since his two-year-old son’s mysterious disappearance in 1997. 13 years and 400,000 kilometers later, the hopeful father is still searching for his son.