Ship Carrying 74 People Trapped in Antarctica Set to Be Rescued
On Christmas Eve in Antarctica, a blizzard descended upon the Russian ship MV Akademik Shokalskiy, surrounding it in ice and immobilizing it. Seventy-four people, including tourists, scientists and crew members, are onboard. But help is on the way.
10 Great Ideas for Donations to Your Local Food Bank
This time of year, food banks are working extra hard to keep their shelves stocked. If you're in a charitable mood, you might be wondering what exactly these charities are looking for in the way of donations. A recent thread on Reddit explored just that. Numerous commenters with experience either wo…
One Time a Maid Discovered Jennifer Lawrence’s Sex Toy Collection [VIDEO]
Jennifer Lawrence, currently on a press tour for 'American Hustle,' stopped by 'Conan' the other night and told a fun little story about the time a hotel maid found a huge stash of butt plugs under her bed. Really.
Family and Friends of Newtown Victims Gather to Commemorate First Anniversary
The family and friends of the 26 people killed a year ago at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, held a candlelight vigil Thursday night in Washington.
New Movies: ‘Out of the Furnace,’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’
Two new dramas hit theaters this weekend, hoping to peel moviegoers away from the twin smashes currently ruling the box office, 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' and 'Frozen.'
Gunman Spotted on Yale Campus; Lockdown Lifted [UDATED]
UPDATE 3:15 p.m. EST: The lockdown and shelter-in-place orders have been lifted, according to the Yale alert system. Police have been going door-to-door on campus searching for the gunman, though authorities will not confirm whether it may have been a hoax.
Kids Falsely Accuse Teacher of Being a ‘Perv,’ Now Owe Him $360,000
A jury in San Jose, California, found that a group of young girls falsely accused gym teacher John Fischler of being what they called a "perv" and peeking in on them in the bathroom.
50 Years Since JFK Assassination — A Look Back With Photos, Video and More
It's been 50 years since President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed while riding in a motorcade through Dallas, Texas. More words have been written about this event (and its aftermath, and what led up to it) than just about anything else, so we thought we'd take a look back through phot…
New Movies: ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,’ ‘Delivery Man’
So, have you heard of this 'Hunger Games' thing? No? In that case, welcome to Earth! There's also this Vince Vaughn movie about a sperm donor, but no one really cares. This weekend, it's all about Katniss.
3 Students Shot at Pittsburgh High School
Just after the school day ended at Brashear High School in Pittsburgh, several gunmen dressed in black shot three students as they were leaving the building. All three victims are alive and in stable condition, receiving treatment at local hospitals.
America Observes Veterans Day, Honors Servicemembers [PHOTOS]
Across the country on Monday, Americans observed Veterans Day, commemorating the service of its military men and women, active and retired, or killed in action.
Positive Economic Signs Include Robust Jobs Numbers, GDP Growth
The U.S. economy, which has been slogging through a long, slow, tepid recovery for years following the Great Recession of 2007-2009, showed several positive signs this week, including higher-than-expected jobs numbers and GDP growth.