By now, you’ve no doubt given yourselves a sloth name and a blues name. (Our are “Fluff the Procrastinating Wookie” and “Old Bad Boy Dupree,” respectively.) Well, now’s your chance to get a moniker worthy of a Panem resident with this handy ‘Hunger Games’ name generator.
Any bride-to-be looking for high drama at her wedding may want to consider this record-breaking wedding dress featuring a train that’s a staggering 1.85 miles long. But there’s just one foreseeable problem — you’d need a gazillion attendants to heft it down the aisle.
At one point or another, we’ve all fallen victim to the theft of food from an office fridge. In general, most of us chalk it up as a minor annoyance. But police in Deer Park, Texas were so fed up with an office thief that they ran a sting to catch him in the act. And, it turns out, the culprit was a cop.
In an important moment for gay equality, two Alaskan women became the first-ever same sex couple to be married at the Empire State Building this week. Sadly, our Valentine’s Day didn’t even come close in terms of sheer momentousness.
Thanks to a group of high school students on a field trip, a homeless man stuck in thick mud for three days near the Rio Grande River in Albuquerque, New Mexico is alive and recovering at a local hospital.
Eleven-year-old Jared Flanders willfully disobeyed his father and left his Massachusetts home one day last week without an accompanying adult. But Jared had a good reason to defy his dad, since his objective was to attend a funeral for a firefighter killed during the line of duty.
This year, the iconic Time Magazine Person of the Year cover slot goes to “The Protestor,” a conceptual idea meant to indicate men and women around the world, particularly in the Middle East, who have agitated for change.
It was 48 years ago yesterday that JFK was shot and killed while traveling in a motorcade in Texas. Shortly after the terrible incident, CBS News interrupted a broadcast of ‘As the World Turns’ and Walter Cronkite broke the news to a shocked nation.
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