Alan Gross has been freed from a Cuban jail after five years in captivity. He was released and returned to the US on December 17.
Lauren Greene alleges that Tea Party congressman Blake Farenthold had “wet dreams” about her and regularly “drank to excess” in a shocking new lawsuit.
It turns out Witness 40 in Darren Wilson’s Grand Jury hearing was Sandra McElroy, a woman with a history of making racist remarks and lying to police.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship is returning to Japan next year, targeting four events throughout 2013.
Nick Offerman shares the eternal wisdom of Demi Lovato, Taylor Swift, and other celebs who probably appeared on the Disney Channel.
A new clothing store in India is named after Adolph Hitler. The owner is like, “What?”
We’ve lined up the sexiest cheerleaders from NFC West and the ladies are giving the other regions fierce competition. Go West!
Deadmau5 and My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way battle it out in a futuristic UFC Octagon in the new music video for “Professional Griefers.”
UFC veteran Anthony Johnson sits down with Josh Carey to discuss his big win from this past weekend and his future at light heavyweight.
Sarah Palin + Beyonce = Mia Love
He wasn’t the hero traffic violators wanted, but he was the hero that they needed.
It turns out that republicans at the GOP convention aren’t the biggest fans of Team Coco’s trademark jackassery. Surprise of the century, right?
The Flux Capacitor is fluxing… all systems go for this insane mod for Grand Theft Auto IV (Plus see Marty McFly with an assault rifle!)
Get ready for CBS’ Last Resort by boning up on your facts about Autumn Reeser.
Terrible news for people who wanted an “Adventures of Pluto Nash” TV series.
“Sir, Ann Romney is here”- RNC Staffer
“Awesome, I love Ham Bologna”- Chris Christie
Old Spice may have just created the greatest web ad ever with its Muscle Music featuring Terry Crews. Take a look at the video and the countless Old Spice ripoffs.
It’s the first look at the controversial book about the killing of Osama bin Laden. A Navy SEAL who was there tells a different story from the one the government told you.