You can now get college credit for watching all those cat videos. The University of Pennsylvania is offering a class next semester titled "Wasting time on the Internet," in which students will "focus on the alchemical recuperation of aimless surfing into substantial works of literature."
It all started when she kissed the Great Sphinx of Giza. Bored with taking the same, tired poses at monuments on their trip to Egypt in 2010, Alla Shubina and her husband began tinkering with perspective to create clever, funny photos.
"God bless you, mami." "Hey baby." "DAMN." "You don't wanna talk?" This is just a sampling of what one woman in jeans and a T-shirt experienced in 10 hours of walking through the streets of New York City.
Elections are coming next week on November 4th, and many people are talking about different issues on the ballot. Amendment Two is one ABC 17 has previously reported on earlier this summer. If it passes, it would allow for prior evidence and convictions to be presented in a trial, when involving crimes of sexual nature involving children.
There are heads growing on Tony Dighera's farm, and they're not made of lettuce. They're called "pumpkinsteins," and they look a lot like the Frankenstein creature that actor Boris Karloff made famous more than 80 years ago.
[Breaking news published 1:45 p.m. ET] Negotiations between Maine and nurse Kaci Hickox concerning where she can go during a potential Ebola incubation period have failed, and Gov. Paul LePage will "exercise the full extent of his authority allowable...
Turns out I'm not actually that popular with the ladies of flirtcrowd.com. The Federal Trade Commission has fined UK-based JDI Dating for using fake, computer-generated profiles to trick users into upgrading to paid memberships.