If you’ve always wanted to live like Paris Hilton—though we aren’t sure why you would—now you have a shot.
First came ice cream in London made with breast milk. Not odd enough for you? How about breast milk cheese?
Presidents don’t normally visit places like Bridgeport, Wash., a rural town of 2,400 residents.
“As much as I think what the hackers did was downright criminal, the fact of the matter is they have done a marvelous job of showcasing Sony’s ignorance.”
— TOKYO GUY, a commenter on AOL’s Engadget blog, discussing …
“We are intensely aware that we are and must be the government of all Canadians, including those that did not vote for us.”
— STEPHEN HARPER, Canadian Prime Minister, after his Conservative Party earned the majority of seats in …
Razors never looked so good as they did on Monday for Garry Weddle, a middle school teacher in Ephrata, Wash.
Fascination with skyscraper height in the Middle East has skied to new levels with the announcement of plans for a mile-high skyscraper for Saudi Arabia.
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Maybe, just maybe, America is holding off the burgers a little. Of course, we are more than happy to replace the beef with a shot—or two—of caffeine.
Ten billionaires have gone green in more ways than one. By using the sustainable marketplace, these 10 crazy-rich folks have turned their environmentally friendly ideas into pocketbook-friendly realities.
Shouldn’t fluffy kittens really be the answer to everything? Especially to Royal Wedding overload?
“I’ve lived here for more than 20 years. I’ve never seen anything like this in my life. I saw water 2 to 3 feet deep across roadways that have never flooded.”
— STEVE WILKES, a Fayetteville, Ark., resident speaking about the …