House music megastar deadmau5 has found love with reality-television star Kat Von D.
Mayor Thomas Menino is seeking to preemptively dissuade Trojan from distributing its sex toys in front of Boston City Hall
Martin Sheen and Woody Harrelson -- who are "truthers" themselves -- will star in a movie that questions the common story about what happened on September 11, 2001.
Yelp will begin posting warning messages on the Yelp pages of businesses caught offering money for false reviews
Spirit Air, which runs surfeit goofy promotions, is back at it again, this time mimicking Mitt Romney's "binders full of women" comment from the debate
The 80-year-old Newsweek magazine is ending its print operations and switching over to an all-digital format to win back readers and ad dollars.
A judge has scheduled a tentative trial date for George Zimmerman, the man who killed unarmed Florida teen Trayvon Martin in February.
The NFL has announced plans to hold two games in London next year instead of the traditional single game that's normally played there. How will American fans react?
Nike, unable to deal with the mounting bad press against Lance Armstrong, ended its endorsement contract with the cyclist.
UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon 'Bones' Jones To Fight Chael Sonnen In April, Coach The Ultimate Fighter Opposite Of Him
It has been reported that LHW champ Jon Jones will return to action in April to fight Chael Sonnen, who will be debuting at 205 lbs.
A woman from Pennsylvania will face life in prison when sentenced for her role in a plot to assassinate an anti-Muslim Swedish artist.
Democrat George McGovern, who lost the 1972 election to Richard Nixon by hundreds of electoral votes, is nearing the end of his life.
Fresh off of free falling a record-breaking 128,100 feet, Austrian daredevil skydiver Felix Baumgartner is set to take another, slightly less dangerous, leap.
Loose-spending rapper Birdman just snatched up embattled producer Scott Storch's ex-Miami pad, for a cool $14.5 million
Brad Pitt was paid an exorbitant amount of money to deliver a ridiculous monologue
Harvard, in association with MIT and Cal Berkeley, is launching the edX program--a free online program that aims to improve access to high-quality education and revolutionize the way the world learns.
Steelers rookie DL Alameda Ta'amu fled from police Sunday morning and struck multiple pedestrian vehicles, while also attempting to hit police officers with his own. He was quite intoxicated at the time.
The Eagles are struggling mightily and Michael Vick can't seem to stop turning the ball over. Will the team release him before the end of a special waiver period?
Argo's coming out this weekend, it looks kick-ass, as is the genre (spy films) it belongs to
Yenta is a streamlined mobile dating app that allows users to meet Jewish people around them
Jazz Forward Al Jefferson splurged on a massive $23,000 bed and swingman Mo Williams tweeted a photo of it, effectively blowing the whistle on his teammate.
Fortune magazine names the 40 brightest business minds under the age of 40.
Fox canceled Friday night legal drama "Made in Jersey" after only two episodes due to low ratings and viewership numbers.