It can sure be rough waiting in long lines for cups of beer at ballgames.
No longer just for enhancing bubble baths, bath salts are now being used to cover synthetic cocaine.
Calling all lazies! Monday’s lunch links argue the benefits of napping and not doing laundry.
On this lazy Saturday, let’s rewind and take a look back at the past week in news.
When 9-day-old Carlina White had a fever on August 4, 1987, her concerned parents took her to the emergency room. Twenty-three years later, just last weekend, they were reunited with their daughter for the first time since that …
We can’t decide which of your lunch links is scariest: sharks floating in the streets, Google taking revenge, or a paralyzing hickey.
Forget what the groundhog says, the winter may have ended two days early in Greenland. (via Huffington Post)
Apparently, it’s never too early to try to get your child ahead in the world.
We dedicate Thursday’s lunch links to the memory of Paul the Octopus and an overgrown beard.
Although probably not related to the global mass animal deaths, North America’s oldest elephant, Taj, has died at 71. She outlived her species’ life expectancy by almost two-fold.
Meet Colombia’s newest drug mules: the carrier pigeons.
January 19 is National Popcorn Day — not be confused with National Popcorn Month which is October or Caramel Popcorn Day which is April 7.