Iceland could be in for some really tough times if this endangers their crop this season.
sat there in my car wondering what the hell you were up to - you spent at least 2 minutes scurrying around your parked car, looking to see if the coast was clear. I thought you were going to, like, break into someone else's car or something. Then I guessed you thought you were "safe" and hurried to the front of your car...
Scientific research from around the world suggests that the male gender is in danger, with incalculable consequences for both humans and wildlife.
The research shows that a host of common chemicals is feminizing males of every class of vertebrate animals, from fish to mammals, including people.
Admit it. There's someone you work with that you really hate. You're not a violent person, but you know that there's nothing more you'd enjoy than to land a punch on them. Athletes are no different. Sometimes it gets really out of hand. All that built up tension comes to a head and there's just one inevitable conclusion. I'm...
December 10, 2008 C-SPAN U.S. House. Here are Rep. Paul's comments to the House regarding the Auto Bail out Bill in one video. He spoke twice.
Three employees of a Kentucky Fried Chicken have been suspended for bathing in a deep sink used to clean dishes.
The prank was discovered after one of the young women posted photos on a social networking site.
The Bush administration opposes a Federal Communications Commission plan for free, nationwide wireless Internet access, according to a report Wednesday by The Wall Street Journal.
Everyone gets a piece of the pie. Read the last sentence of this article.
U.S. military interrogators have often blasted music at detainees in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay. According to the British law group Reprieve, these are among the songs they have used most frequently
Itís not mealtime for certain bottle nose dolphins living off Australiaís coast unless they sport cone-shaped sea sponges on their beaks. These mammals are not following a strange, marine-based dress code. Their behavior has been identified as the first clear case of tool use by wild dolphins or whales, a new study concludes.