Sean Parker has been ordered to pay $2.5 million for having elaborate outdoor wedding in an ecologically sensitive part of the Big Sur. He had a series of massive, movie set-like structures installed, including an artificial pond and a stone bridge.
Michael Douglas says that oral sex gave him throat cancer, yet also eventually cured him of the disease. Are his medical claims accurate?
Ape-like flexible feet are found in some people, a stark contrast to the rigid feet that most people have.
Burger King gave 50 customers a hands-free Whopper holder to celebrate its anniversary in Puerto Rico.
Just as the Arrested Development banana stand is touring the United States, another famous banana is making news. The Velvet Underground and the Andy Warhol Foundation has agreed to stop fighting over the copyright of Warhol's iconic banana image.
Professors at the University of Bologna in Italy think they found the world's oldest Torah scroll, and they didn't even have to excavate any ancient archeological sites to do it.
Beyoncé got a surprise, unwanted spanking from an out-of-control Danish fan.
Stephanie Redus, a Texas mom, faces criminal charges for placing a Craigslist ad asking strangers to adopt her three-year-old son.
Columbia University is struggling to get rid of its whites-only scholarship that has been around since 1920.
A Zimbabwe man was dead for a long enough time that his loved ones put him in a coffin last week. But before burial, he suddenly woke up with no memory of how he got in the coffin.
After the Paris Saint-Germain soccer club won its first league title in nine years, a formal celebratory parade began. But fans were so excited about the win that they partied too hard, rioted and ultimately ruined the parade. The riots lead to 30 injuries and 21 arrests.
Jack Butler, a Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Famer, died at age 85.
Reality TV star Rob Kardashian is accused of beating up a paparazzo.
Scientist once thought that Earth bounced back from crust altering quakes, but new research suggest that earthquakes can leave permanent cracks in the planet.
The Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn has launched a campaign this month that shamelessly tries to appeal to Brooklyn's fastest-growing demographic: hipsters.