Golfer Gets Attacked by Hornets, Jumps in Lake to Escape [VIDEO]
Pablo Larrazabal had a tough day out on the links, and it had nothing to do with bogeys. Instead, he was attacked and repeatedly stung by hornets.
Facebook, Gmail & More — Change Your Passwords for These Sites Affected by Heartbleed
A quick roundup of sites that were vulnerable to the Heartbleed Internet-security flaw, and what to do about changing your password.
Fort Hood Shooting Update — What We Know and What’s Being Investigated
Information keeps pouring out regarding the Wednesday-night shooting deaths at the Fort Hood Army base in Killeen, Texas. Here's a recap of what we've learned:
Courtroom Typist Hates Job, Types ‘I Hate My Job, I Hate My Job’ Instead of Transcript
Ever had one of those days at work where you just wish you could be anywhere else in the world?
April Fools’ Day 2014 — 5 of the Best of the Internet’s Best Pranks
Every April Fools' Day, the Internet tries its best to trick you. Here are a few of this year's examples:
Helicopter Crashes in Downtown Seattle, Killing 2, Injuring at Least 1 [UPDATED]
A helicopter belonging to Seattle news station KOMO crashed on Tuesday morning near Fisher Plaza, near the famed Space Needle.
Passengers on Missing Flight With Stolen Passports Likely Not Linked to Terrorism
Two Iranian men with stolen passports on Malaysia Airlines flight 370 do not appear connected to terrorism.
Malaysian Plane’s Disappearance Still a Mystery — Here’s What We Know (So Far)
On Friday, March 7, Malaysian Airlines flight 370 vanished from the skies (and radar). Three days later, authorities are no closer to figuring out what happened to it, leaving the fate of the 239 passengers (including three Americans) and crewmembers unknown.
Then & Now: How Famous Sidekicks From TV and Film Look Today
Every Batman needs a Robin, right?
Ralph Waite of ‘The Waltons’ Dies at 85
Ralph Waite, a fixture on American TV screens during the 1972-1981 run of 'The Waltons,' died Thursday. He was 85.