Here’s a list of the colleges with the most and least student debt.
Residents of Council Bluffs, Iowa are mystified at the recent appearances of a giant, 6-foot tall statue of a Hot Dog Man wearing an American flag as a cape and missing its arms.
In what some pundits are calling an ominous sign for the Obama administration, a Republican won the race to take Anthony Weiner’s House of Representatives seat, even though the seat represents a normally heavily Democratic district.
A British man was arrested for trolling—the Internet activity of leaving intentionally inflammatory messages on web pages or articles. While the activity is normally pretty harmless (unless you’re a huge fanboy or -girl), he trolled on peoples’ memorial sites for their deceased loved ones.
This fountain in Japan does much more than just spray water: it tells the time, shows patterns and images, spells words and more.
On Monday, California began implementing the Alternative Custody Program, which could potentially allow thousands of women in California prisons to reunite with their families.
The latest concept car from Volvo has not one, not two, but four touch screens in it’s interior.
This optical illusion might hurt your head, but it’s still pretty cool. The blue and green swirls are actually the same color.
A new study finds that your fingers and toes wrinkle when they get wet in order to increase your ability to grip wet surfaces.
Armed gunmen have captured a high-rise building (which was still under construction) in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, and are firing on a number of targets, including the U.S. embassy.
A 19-year-old man was arrested in the Chicago area for breaking into a restaurant … and then making himself a meal. The man allegedly entered the restaurant through the drive-thru window, broke into the cash register, poured a soda and made himself chicken tenders and fries in the microwave.
A new study finds that Americans spend a total of 53 billion minutes on Facebook each month, which boils down to approximately 10 minutes per day per person.
AmeriCares expanded its Hurricane Irene response with the launch of a $500,000 U.S. Disaster Recovery Initiative to aid survivors of Irene and other recent emergencies.
Gunmen from the Pakistani Taliban fired grenade launchers and AK-47’s at a school bus on Tuesday, killing the driver, four children and injuring 18 others.
British police arrested five suspects for keeping slaves in Bedfordshire on Sunday under a new anti-slavery law passed last year.