Black History Month 2015 begins today, February 1. Learn about the origins of the month that celebrates African-American contributions to American culture here.
Reality TV star Bruce Jenner, a one-time Olympic athlete, is currently transitioning to womanhood, sources confirmed to People Magazine this week.
Another tragedy has hit the Houston family.
Hurricane Sandy decimated the Jersey Shore, destroying iconic boardwalks, submerging seaside neighborhoods and leaving vast destruction in its wake. See the most shocking photos of the carnage.
She’s got chills that are electrifying and multiplying… she’s also hell bent on f*cking up your Halloween.
Hurricane Sandy pounded NYC with storm-surge flood waters, wild wind & raging fire. See the best photos of the destruction.
Here’s the five fights you have to look forward to before we ring in the new year.
Hobbits and Elves star in ‘An Unexpected Briefing’ from Air New Zealand.
UFC heavyweights Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Fabricio Werdum have reportedly agreed to coach the next season of The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil.
A massive fire tore through Breezy Point, Queens, as firefighters simultaneously battled flames and flood.
So the iPad Mini’s too small and the iPad is too big? Don’t worry Apple will get your money somehow… they always do.
Riding a jet ski during a hurricane? C’mon, you’d have to be an idiot NOT to do this.
He may be the biggest man in Mitt Romney’s corner, but the disaster-stricken guv is giving it up for Barack Obama.
Check out this epic trailer for UFC 155: Dos Santos vs. Velasquez, which takes place this December on Pay-Per-View.
Most newbie artists would flounder after going six years without releasing a new album, but most new artists don’t look like Cassie Ventura either.
One more of Steve Jobs’ favorites is out as Tim Cook shakes up Apple.
Plant still considered safe, Nuclear Regulatory Commission says.
Ever wonder why those reporters stand in the middle of a hurricane and get blown around, knocked down and have to deal with weirdos the whole time? Can it really be for the fame?