NASA News: Potentially Habitable Earth-Sized Planet Discovered

Scientists sifting through data from NASA's Kepler space probe have identified a possibly habitable planet orbiting a red dwarf star 500 light years away. Read More

Poveglia Island: The Most Haunted Place on Earth Is Up for Sale

Some consider Poveglia to be the most haunted place on Earth. Italy is looking to sell the island to pay off its public debt. Read More

Wu-Tang Family Rapper Andre Johnson Cuts Off Penis, Jumps Off Building

Andre Johnson, a rapper that has been a part of the Wu Tang family group Northstar, cut off his penis and jumped off an apartment on Wednesday. Read More

2 Brothers Practicing Cannibalism Arrested in Pakistan

Two brothers were arrested in Pakistan after police were called due to a strong odor found in their home. They were practicing cannibalism. Read More

US Airways Tweet: X-Rated Twitter Mistake Will Live in Infamy

US Airways shocked its 420,000 followers on Twitter when it responded to a customer complaint with a pornographic image on Monday. Read More

Squirrel Causes $300K Building Damage to New Community Center

A single squirrel has caused around $300,000 in damage to a Fort Wayne, Ind., community center when it caused a power surge. Read More

Pranks Gone Bad: Teen Tweets Terror Threat to American Airlines

A 14-year-old girl freaked out after sending a terror threat to American Airlines via Twitter and being told that her information was sent to the FBI. Read More

4 Companies That Could Be Crushed by Booming Bacon Prices

Pigs can't fly, but bacon prices sure can -- and continued upward pressure on pork costs could mean serious pain for these four companies. Read More

5 Reasons Shopping In Stores Will Never Go Away

As e-commerce becomes more popular, many major American retailers are closing stores. But people will always shop in stores, and here are 5 reasons why Read More

Massive Pink Eye Outbreak Shuts Down Schools

A huge pink eye outbreak has caused most schools in American Samoa to be shut down and they won't open up again until next week. Read More

Hot Sauce Hubbub: Smelly Sriracha Factory Declared Public Nuisance

The City Council of Irwindale, Calif., has deemed a Sriracha hot-sauce plant a public nuisance due to smells that burn residents' eyes and throats. Read More

Apparently, Smart Car Flipping Is a Thing

In San Francisco, police are looking for individuals behind four recent incidents of smart car flipping under a felony vandalism investigation. Read More

VIDEO: Topless Woman in Thong Trashes Florida McDonald’s

A topless woman wearing only a thong trashed a McDonald's in Pinellas Park, Fla., on March 24 and the video of the event has gone viral. Read More

Human Barbie Valeria Lukyanova Shocks & Offends With GQ Comments

'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova has come under fire for her comments in a GQ interview regarding race and plastic surgery. Read More

U.S. Navy to Test Futuristic ‘Star Wars’ Gun

The U.S. Navy has developed a Star Wars gun that uses electromagnetic technology to accelerate a projectile to seven times the speed of sound. Read More

CBS Apologizes for Fake Tesla Noise During 60 Minutes Segment

A "60 Minutes" segment that added traditional engine sounds to Tesla's super-quiet Model S car has prompted an apology from CBS. Read More

Palo Alto Trailer: James Franco Seduces Teen in New Movie

James Franco, who played Harry Osborn in 'Spider-Man', seduces a teenage girl in the upcoming trailer for 'Palo Alto' and also tried it in real life. Read More

Broken ATM Spits Out $37,000 to Homeless Man

One homeless man collected over $37,000 from a broken ATM in a Toronto-Dominion Bank located in South Portland, Maine on Thursday. Read More

David Beckham Launches H&M Swimwear Line

Former U.K. soccer star David Beckham is debuting a new line of swimwear at H&M and will appear in ads for the new apparel. Read More

Gas Fireplace Recall Due to Explosion Hazard

A gas fireplace recall affecting a number of models made by Hussong Manufacturing has been issued after reports of explosions were received. Read More