Unless Americans turn to alternative sources of entertainment, the 'Hannah Montana' star will soon be completely tapped out.
Despite arguments against capital punishment, the Justices overwhelmingly approved its use, especially if they get to participate in some executions.
A recent survey of children found that they are not in favor of increased doctor visits and vaccinations.
High school theater's brightest stars gathered last night to see who would take home the coveted award for Most Awkward Kiss.
After years of experiments and tens of millions of dollars, scientists have finally created a sheep that thinks and acts like a goat.
Fast food giant Yum! Brands believes its new feedbags will make it even easier for Americans to constantly be eating.
Intrepid reporter Don Abrams surveys what might be damage from a massive landslide in the Philippines, although it's hard to tell from his altitude.
As the wreckage from today's tragic crash continues to smolder, one can't help but think of the accident that took the life of ...
The Blockbuster Video Living Museum offers tourists a glimpse of how Americans rented movies in the days before Netflix and iTunes.
A survey by the Shuttleworth Research Center found that the majority of male roommates ages 18-24 got wasted off their asses the previous evening.
Fans are worried that the feature film adaptation of the beloved trailer won't live up to the original 90-second story's vision.
New security measures put in place to allay terror fears are threatening to drive suspicious package retailers out of business.
Media speculation is rampant over what exciting action sequences and romantic subplots the hikers may be experiencing if they are still alive.
An Al Qaeda representative says that claims the U.S. government was behind the attacks on Sept. 11th are demeaning to Al Qaeda.
Girls between the ages of 8 and 14 spent the day helping their parents fight insurgents and defuse mines.
Hospital officials hope to locate the good Samaritan that dropped off a sack of human organs in the middle of the night so they can ...
The Department Of Transportation unveiled a new mandatory safety system designed to protect American drivers by keeping Nick Nolte off the road.
The United States gave billions of dollars in aid to the wealthy European principality of Andorra, which it mistakenly assumed was a poor African country.
Websites like Match.com allow sad, lonely women all over the country to invite pain and rejection into their lives with just a few clicks ...
Experts are still trying to determine the effect of the concentric circles on the long squiggly green objects located in the blue area.