Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch went into foreclosure a few years ago, and was sold off in pieces. But before that happened, urban explorers sneaked in for a night of documenting the amusement park in photographs for posterity.
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Those who raise money to fight breast cancer disagree on how best to spend it. Some want mammograms for everyone, but that's not reducing the cancer rate like you'd expect.
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The poor dog doesn't know whether to explore, attack, or run. I pretty much feel the same way when confronted with an electric toothbrush.
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Hey, instead of animation or special effects, why don't we just make Transformer movies with real Transformer toys? After all, the technique looks pretty good in the new Hasbro toy ads.
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Norwegians showed their solidarity yesterday by gathering by the thousands near the Oslo courthouse where mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik is on trial to sing about peace and harmony.
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It's going to take years just to get a spaceship to the nearest exoplanet, longer than people really want to ride. Sending robots instead of astronauts would save on cargo, oxygen, and years of our lives.
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Some guy built a functional Star Trek phaser in his garage. It was just a matter of installing a laser into a toy phaser gun, but wait until you see him destroy things with it!
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The video Go Right features video game protagonists who do just that. For those of a certain age, it's a lovely tribute to old-school games we played in arcades.
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How dumb do you have to be to brag about committing a crime on Facebook? Seven stories tell of how perpetrators were caught through social networking.
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7 Things You Should Know About The Kentucky Derby. The first Saturday in May is little more than a week away!