Did you know mayonnaise can repair cracks in wood?
New data from the Highway Loss Data Institute shows the most stolen car in the United States is the Cadillac Escalade.
An unmanned Russian spacecraft crashed just moments after launching when it’s third-stage engine prematurely shut down.
If you’re one of the few people who love telling the Facebook world exactly where you and your friends are located, bad news: the check-in service of Facebook places will be phased out in the near future.
A statement from Amy Winehouse’s family says the toxicology tests performed on Winehouse showed no illegal drugs were in the singer’s system when she died.
Right on the heels of the recent downgrade in the United States’ lending rating from Standard & Poor’s, investor agency Moody’s has downgraded Japan’s credit rating.
Over the past few years, it’s become the rage to change electronic highway warning signs to say things like Zombies Ahead or Vampires Are Among You and so on. Well, one intrepid Arizona prankster has topped them all with a message that read: Rogue panda on rampage.
In order to meet constitutional guidelines, the Senate met yesterday for 22 seconds.
Libyan rebels continued fighting against loyalists to Col. Moammar Gadhafi’s regime, even as they explored Gadhafi’s compound—which they captured yesterday.
Even though it was very rare, yesterday’s East Coast earthquake was a 5.8 on the Richter scale, which meant it did a little damage but really didn’t mess anything up too badly.
George Lucas has apparently made some more changes to the Star Wars trilogy for its Blu-ray release.
As proof that no creative medium has been untouched by the zombie craze, the undead have now made their way to engagement photo shoots.
The flash mob masters and interactive artists of Improv Everywhere have struck again. This time it’s not with pantsless subway rides and MP3 experiments, but with a little bit of kindness.
If you’ve ever wanted to make someone feel very, very awkward on their birthday party, you’ll probably want to get them one of these custom belt buckles, preferably with the picture of the two of you in it.
This year, as usual, the Oxford English Dictionary added some ridiculous words, like sexting, retweet and, um, mankini (what is that?). But the compilers removed the word cassette tape.