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.
There were more twists and turns than you would find in some of James Bond’s previous movies, but finally, the long-running saga surrounding the future of the famous film franchise has come to an end. And James Bond will return.
David Nelson, who grew up under the spotlight, first on radio, then on television and film, has died of complications from colon cancer. He was 74.
The snowpocalypse just isn’t happening in the Northeast.
Soldiers and military vehicles have been deployed to central Tunis after unrest spread overnight to Tunisia’s capital city. Police reportedly fired into the air to disperse protesters in Ettadamen, which is just outside the city center.
As Brisbane braces for more flooding today, authorities have set up at least one temporary morgue west of Australia’s third largest city in anticipation of bodies floating downstream from areas devastated in flash floods earlier this week.
Former social networking giant Myspace laid off 500 employees Tuesday, cutting the staff by 47 percent.