Elizabeth Thomas and Tad Cummins posted on Instagram before the student and teacher went missing. Learn about their social media, including Facebook and Twitter.
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Want to make your holiday card photo memorable? Check out some of the funniest portrait ideas here for families, friends, couples, pets, and more.
“Elf on a Shelf” is a Christmas toy game for children, but adults like to have some naughty fun with them, too—with drug, sex, and other NSFW poses.
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5-year-old Jordan Bijan wants to teach you how to write a rap song in 30 seconds. And while he shows you, he might give rapper Drake a huge diss.
Tonight is NBC’s second live musical presentation with Peter Pan Live! starring Allison Williams as the title role and Christopher Walken as Captain Hook.
Ray Kaunisto is a hockey player with the Kalamazoo Wings of the ECHL. In a recent sports interview, Kaunisto fit seven “meows” in like Super Troopers.
Truth Revolt reporter Ami Horowitz went to the Ferguson riots to interview local African-American protesters. They called for vigilantism for Michael Brown.
A Target employee gives an impassioned speech a la Gerard Butler’s King Leonidas in “300” before opening doors to Black Friday shoppers. “THIS IS TARGET!”
Anthony VIncent covers Mariah Carey’s pop Christmas anthem ranging in styles from Blink 182 to Meshuggah to Alvin & the Chipmunks to Bing Crosby. Watch it here.
A father at an electronic music festival jams out to the phat beats while wearing a fanny pack and ankle high socks. His son pretends not to notice.
Michigan FOX 2’s Charlie Langton gave a pre-state championship interview with Warren De La Salle High School about their game against Muskegon Mona Shores. Hilarity ensued.