After a boy was killed during a skirmish with government forces (though the government denies this), the Middle Eastern island nation of Bahrain has has exploded in protests.
Apparently, Apple has lost a prototype of the iPhone 5 in a bar.
Here’s a list of the weirdest ice cream flavors.
An unemployed carpenter in Illinois went to get broccoli out of his garden—and stumbled upon two duffle bags filled with $150,000 in his backyard.
Even though the movie is more than 30 years old, The Blues Brothers is still a classic comedy that holds up well to multiple viewings. Which is probably why they want to make a TV show out of it.
The United States has put more economic sanctions on Syrian officials, stemming from a new crackdown on protesters that killed seven people over the weekend.
A new set of photos taken by the Wall Street Journal shows the interior of a six-story building in Tripoli, Libya, used by the Gadhafi regime to conduct massive surveillance on the Libyan people.
After years of speculation regarding his death, Tupac Shakur’s former rap group, The Young Outlawz, has laid to rest any additional guesses. Because they, um, smoked Shakur’s ashes in a marijuana blunt after taking a line in one of his songs very, very seriously.
A new study by liberal think tank Institute for Policy studies has found that many of the United States’ biggest corporations pay more to their CEOs than they pay in taxes.
The TSA has undoubtedly seen a lot of weird things at security checkpoints. But a man who stuffed his pants with nylon bags full of snakes and tortoises is perhaps a first.
A suburb of Phoenix wants to host its own Running of the Bulls.
A Florida pastor is now pushing for a website that would keep track of the names and locations of all known atheists, much like online registries of sex offenders.
Though the initial estimates and fears about Hurricane Irene showed it doing devastating damage to large cities like Philadelphia and New York City, it turns out that the biggest victim of Irene in the U.S. is Vermont.
A new report from the bipartisan Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan has found that one dollar in every six spent on contracts and grants in Iraq and Afghanistan has been wasted.
A very-possibly-Photoshopped picture of a man holding what appears to be a frog weighing more than 40 pounds has been making the Internet rounds today.