The 1970's was a decade full of ridiculously outrageous things that we'd like to forget ever happened, including the Watergate scandal, earth tones and disco music.
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Sunny the Portuguese water dog may have appeared in the press for her recent White House antics, but what about some of the other presidential pooches? The Daily Caller examines some other famous First Dogs in this slideshow.
While other politicians were mourning the death of one of the greatest leaders of the modern era Tuesday, President Obama was snapping selfies with Helle Thorning-Schmidt, the prime minister of Denmark.
One child who visited the White House today to see Christmas decorations got more than she bargained for.
"Calvin and Hobbes" fans, rejoice: a biopic about comic strip creator Bill Watterson is in the works, and Leonardo DiCaprio is set to help produce.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and Congressman Trey Radel have been in the news a lot lately for their preference for crack cocaine, but they don't have anything on Japan's affinity for the white stuff.
Channing Tatum took some time off from filming "22 Jump Street" to imitate Jean-Claude Van Damme's Volvo ad that was released earlier this week. (RELATED: Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme's epic stunt)
Lynchburg police are investigating a shooting incident that resulted in the death of a Liberty University student early Tuesday morning.
The recent removal of the photo of the woman only identified as "Adriana" from the Obamacare website got us thinking about getting another Adriana to represent the healthcare marketplace.
The 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination is on the 22nd of November. Kennedy's death has always been clouded in suspicion, and a 2003 survey revealed that 70 percent of Americans believe Kennedy's death was just one part of a bigger conspiracy.
You can take the actor out of Boston, but you can't take the Boston out of the actor. Mark Wahlberg blasted actors for comparing their work to the military Tuesday night at the premiere of his new Navy SEAL movie "Lone Survivor," and threw in some profanity as well.
Travis Kalanick, CEO of on-demand car service Uber, took the stage at Business Insider's IGNITION 2013 conference and described how his friends reacted the first time that a fancy black car pulled up outside of a San Francisco bar to pick up he and co-founder Garret Camp. Their jaws dropped.
These people might call themselves "doctor," but don't rely on them to operate on you in an emergency.
The Jacksonville Jaguars play the Tennessee Titans at 1 p.m. on Sunday in Nashville.
These days, there are all sorts of third parties in American elections. But only Tomkins County, New York can claim representation with the Klingon Empire, after voters elected a prolific "Star Trek" guest actor to a local town board Tuesday.
President Barack Obama will travel to Texas Wednesday to thank volunteers for raising awareness about the Affordable Care Act.
When you're on a plane that crashes into another plane mid-air, it helps to know how to skydive.