Texas School Shooting of 8th Grader Leaves Community Stunned
A wake was held on Thursday for Jamie Gonzalez, the 8th-grader who was shot and killed by police at Cummings Middle School in Brownsville Texas on Wednesday.
Syrian Explosion Leaves 25 Dead in Damascus
The second suicide attack in two weeks killed up to 25 people as an explosion rocked a busy intersection in Damascus Syria, Friday
Van der Sloot Trial: Suspected Murderer of Natalee Holloway May Plead Guilty
Joran van der Sloot, prime suspect in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, goes on trial Friday for the murder of a Peruvian woman in May, 2010
IRS Audits 1 in 8 Millionaires, May Demand Extra Taxes
The Internal Revenue Service audited one in eight people who earned $1 million annually, which makes them far likelier to be audited than those making less than $200,000, according to IRS data released on Thursday.
Moonlite Bunny Ranch Owner to Open Alien Themed Brothel
Dennis Hof, owner of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch, featured on the HBO show Cathouse, is planning on opening a Sci-Fi themed alien brothel just outside of Las Vegas.
Kodak May File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday that Kodak may be preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Connell Basketball Flagrant Foul Video Goes Viral, Sparks Outrage [VIDEO]
A video of a basketball game between Connell and Highland High in Washington went viral on YouTube, and turned number 34 on Connell, Cole Vanderbilt, into the ire of the internet.
Madonna Badger: Funeral Held for 3 Daughters Lost in Connecticut Christmas Fire
Madonna Badger arrived at Saint Thomas Church on 5th Avenue Thursday morning to say her final goodbyes to her three daughters who were killed in the Connecticut Christmas Fire a little over a week ago
Colorado Woman Rubs Butt on $30 million '1957-J no.2' Clyfford Still Painting
36-year old Carmen Tisch was charged on Wednesday after she was arrested for punching, scratching, and rubbing her butt on the $30 million “1957-J no.2” abstract painting
Jamie Gonzalez, 8th Grader Shot & Killed by Texas Police, Found Carrying a Pellet Gun
The 8th-grade boy that Texas police shot yesterday apparently had a pellet gun, not a real one.
Police Shoot and Kill Texas 8th Grade Student
Police in Brownsville, Tex. shot and killed an 8th grade student who brought a gun into school, according to the Brownsville Herald.
Hawaii Elevated Train Project Ready to Get Off the Ground
Hawaii is slated to begin construction on an elevated train in Honolulu this spring, ending a 40-year battle to build the mass transit system.
Gastric Bypass Cuts Death Risk from Heart Attack and Stroke
Researchers from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden published a study that shows that gastric bypass cuts the risk of death from heart attack and strokes
Gene Bartow, University of Alabama-Birmingham Basketball Coach, Dies at 81
Gene Bartown, basketball coach at the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB), died on Tuesday from stomach cancer. He was 81.
Government Denies Teleporting Obama to Mars
Obama's true secret was revealed on Wednesday - that he is a space travelling chrononaut who worked with the head of DARPA to teleport to Mars on several occasions when he was 19-years old.
Dorothee Burkhart: Mother of L.A. Arsonist Harry Burkhart Facing Fraud Charges
Dorothee Burkhart, mother of the suspect LA Arsonist, is in legal trouble of her own, and police think that Harry Burkhart set the L.A. fires due to his anger over his mother's pending deportation because of those problems.
Ohio Earthquakes Could Be Caused by Fracking
Ohio has experienced a total of 11 earthquakes in the last year, the most recent on Dec. 31 coming in at a 4.0 on the Richter scale.
Minka Disbrow, 100, Reunites with Daughter She Gave Up for Adoption 77 Years Ago
Minka Disbrow, 100, recently reunited with the daughter she gave up for adoption 77 years ago.
Harry Burkhart: Hollywood Arsonist Identified, Arrested
Los Angeles Police arrested Harry Burkhart, 24, as the arsonist in connection to the 55 fires that have been set around Hollywood over the last four days.
World’s First Hybrid Shark Found off Australian Coast
The world’s first hybrid shark was discovered off the coast of Australia, researchers from the University of Queensland said on Tuesday.
Minimum Wage: Washington State Wages Surpasses $9 an Hour
Washington State raised its minimum wage by 37 cents, pushing it to $9.04, making it the first state to have a minimum wage above $9 an hour.
Andrew Luck: Stanford QB Ends Career with a Fiesta Bowl Loss, What’s Next?
Quarterback Andrew Luck played his last game for the Stanford Cardinals Monday night in a 41-38 overtime loss to the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the Fiesta Bowl, and is widely expected to be the number one overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
U.S. Discusses Taliban’s Mohammed Fazl’s Transfer to Afghan Custody
The United States is debating whether to transfer Mohammed Fazl, a senior Taliban official suspected of various human rights violations, into Afghan custody, in an effort to improve relations with the country
Babysitter Michael Plumadore Charged with Aliahna Lemmon's Murder
Michael Plumadore, the babysitter and neighbor who confessed to killing 9-year-old Aliahna Lemmon, has officially been charged with her murder,
Men with 'Fat Fetish' Paid to Watch 600-Pound Donna Simpson Eat [PHOTO]
For years, 600-pound Donna Simpson was involved in the feederism community - that is - a community of people with a fat fetish. People would pay her $19 per month to watch her eat.
Dump GoDaddy Day: Reddit User 'Drov' Talks Exodus from Ex-SOPA Supporter
December 29th was Dump GoDaddy Day, and more than 50,000 domains were either transferred away from GoDaddy or deleted outright, with thousands more people doing so in the days leading up to it. One Reddit user, Drov, who asked to be identified by his username only, agreed to speak about what he feels is wrong with SOPA, and why he transferred his domains away from the site.
U.S. Signs Deal to Sell Boeing F-15 Fighter Jets to Saudi Arabia
The Obama Administration signed an agreement to sell Boeing F-15 fighter jets to Saudi Arabia, an agreement proposed by Congress in 2010.
Explosion in Myanmar Warehouse Kills 17
A warehouse fire in Yangon, Myanmar's main city, led to an explosion that injured over 100 and killed at least 17 people.
Two Doctors Without Borders Workers Shot by Former Employee in Somalia
At least one person is dead after a former employee shot two Doctors Without Borders workers in Somalia.
Kasey Kahne: NASCAR Driver Calls Breastfeeding Mom “Nasty” on Twitter, Apologizes
NASCAR Driver Kasey Kahne was grocery shopping when he saw a woman breastfeeding her baby, which prompted him to send out a tweet to calling it nasty.