Videos of small animals doing the unexpected (or even the terribly mundane) are always adorable. But there is something unnerving about a bear cub making its way into a grocery store.
It turns out you can build a career out of Legos.
Since we’re not a wedding blog, we don’t normally post stuff about proposals, engagement photos or wedding invitations. But these are so amazing that anyone will appreciate them.
Police and protesters have clashed in Athens, Greece, amidst a general strike that has stopped most services in the country.
Paula Deen is known for her cooking show and her recipes that will almost immediately give you heart disease. But she is primarily known for what must be her first love: butter.
If you, like every other Netflix subscriber, are tired of the company’s insane flip-flopping (what is a Qwikster, anyway?), you might soon have another option. The creators of music service Rdio (and Skype) have announced a new video streaming site called Vdio
The American Academy of Pediatrics has suggested parents should limit or eliminate the time children under the age of two spend watching TV or viewing anything on a screen.
Because we’re just that fond of you, we’re giving away ten copies of Green Lantern (they are Blu-ray+DVD+digital version combo packs).
A new documentary has found that 50,000-60,000 children working in the city of Kabul, Afghanistan, while UNICEF says 30% of all Afghani children aged 5-14 are working in some form.
Siri will reveal your embarrassing nickname to everyone.
Remember the milk challenge? The one where people (usually frat boys) try to consume an entire gallon of milk and usually vomit/bask in YouTube glory? Well, that challenge has been conquered by competitive eater Kobayashi.
The World Health Organization says that malaria deaths have fallen by just over 20% in the last decade, and has been eradicated in three nations.
Virgin has announced their new hub for space travel, the Virgin Galactic Gateway to Space, is complete and open for business.
Toymaker Hasbro has begun initial conversations about the possibility of a Transformers 4.
Iowa has announced they will hold the Iowa Caucus on January 3. It’s the same date as in 2008, but a full two months earlier than in 2004.