Black Friday is coming up, and we all know what that means: crazy shoppers who are willing to do whatever it takes to get that one appliance for 50-percent off.
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Adult entertainment website PornHub donated $75,000 to various charities after a month-long breast cancer fundraising campaign called “Save the Boobs.”
NASA Mars rover Curiosity has an exciting new find --- but nobody is ready to reveal exactly what it is just yet.
Dutch sex therapists Rik van Lunsen and Erik van Beek believe "virtual" child pornography should be legal in the Netherlands, claiming that drawings, paintings and computer-generated images could help appease the sexual urges of pedophiles.
PepsiCo released a new “fat-blocking” soda called “Pepsi Special” in Japan on Tuesday that contains the dietary fiber dextrin, which Pepsi's Japan distributor claims will reduce the amount of fat absorbed by the body.
Singer Cyndi Lauper dedicated a performance of her iconic ballad “Time After Time” to her elderly uncle, a victim of Hurricane Sandy, at Lennox Hill Hospital’s Autumn Ball in New York City on Monday.
Montana voters approved an initiative Tuesday stating that “corporations are not entitled to constitutional rights because they are not human beings.”
Democrat Brian Banks, an eight-time convicted felon with a rap sheet spanning several years, on Tuesday handily defeated his Republican opponent in the race to represent Michigan's first district as a state representative, taking 68 percent of the vote.
Celebrities lit up Twitter with their election night reactions. From Eva Longoria to Ted Nugent, here they are: the excited, the bewildered and the belligerent.
On Election Day morning, a self-described software developer posted a YouTube video of a touch-screen electronic voting machine automatically selecting Republican nominee Mitt Romney whenever he tried to vote for President Barack Obama.
Hurricane Sandy left over 50 Americans dead and millions without power. Severe flooding and uprooted trees caused major traffic accidents and public transportation delays. Some cities, like New York City, still have no working subway system. Homes were destroyed, fires started and people trapped.
Jefferson County, Colo. Democrats have revoked 66-year-old Estelle Carson's 2012 “Democrat of the Year” award, following her conviction on Thursday for stealing from a 71-year-old woman who suffers from both partial blindness and cerebral palsy.
Ever wonder which countries are the smartest*? Here are some pretty awesome photos of the top 10 smartest countries around the world.
Two damaged fire department vehicles, salvaged from the rubble after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York, were transported Wednesday morning from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia.
The Fund for American Studies released a short educational film aimed at young adults on Oct. 17, titled “It’s a Wonderful Life! (with capitalism)," to show what a world without capitalism would look like.
If you can't get enough of Robert Downey Jr. or Marvel superhero movies, here's the trailer for "Iron Man 3."
Republican voter and retired union carpenter Richard Justman caused a stir Monday morning after he and a team of Republicans and independents showed up outside Franklin County, Ohio's early-voting center with a van, a truck and several tables decked out in pro-Romney signs.
A project of conservative organization American Majority Action (AMA) posted a video Thursday that attacks President Barack Obama for supposedly failing to follow through with his promises of hope, change and jobs. The video is set to the song “Forever Young” by Jay-Z, an Obama supporter.
What could possibly be better than a town hall-style presidential debate? A singing town hall-style debate.