An Australian journalist crashes an American Thanksgiving.
A quick look at the island caught between two possible warring nations.
Google Street Wars have begun.
Butterball turkey rules the turkey market.
Animal rights groups are up in arms over Sarah Palin's clubbing of a halibut.
British students are protesting tuition fee hikes with National Walkout Day. The government plans to raise university fees by three times the amount currently paid by students.
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Bristol Palin packed a punch on "Dancing with the Stars." When "Dancing With the Stars" came out, I remember clearly thinking: This show is going to be such an utter flop. That, my friends, is why I am not a...
Kent Jenkins literally bangs out an amazing medley of music on a homemade PVC-pipe instrument.
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Send the presidentially pardoned turkey off to a new destination.
A man sits naked in his car trunk.
Ina Garten takes over Google.
A stampede in Cambodia kills more than 370 people.
Miley Cyrus turns 18.
Tim Berners Lee, the creator of the web calls for continued open web.
David Sparks, a PhD candidate, took county election results for the past 88 years of presidential elections and plotted them on a map.
We've got the Black Friday Fever. The shopping deals just keep coming at us fast and furious. We've succumbed. We're getting our shopping shoes on.
President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy are shown in the presidential limousine moments before Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. (NBC/Reuters) Pearl Harbor, 9/11 and JFK's assassination. Today is one of those thankfully...
Protests switch to parodies over the TSA tumult.
Robert Gibbs will be taking questions via Twitter and answering them in a video to be posted to the Web site WhiteHouse.gov.
Two Australians started a skate school in Afghanistan to help displaced youth.
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On this day, 42 years ago, the the original boy band released the "White Album" with a nondescript white record cover, with just two words written on it: "The Beatles."