Appointed by Bush in 2003 to distract from the horrors of war, Liberty's antics turned fatal yesterday when he cart-wheeled into a roadside bomb.
In this episode of 'Raw Justice,' a depraved sex fiend violated his wife's body almost weekly for ten years before finally murdering her.
The panelists share advice on how to get into the comedy business. Writer Lang Fisher suggests writing blogs and filming your own videos. A fan asks about writing jokes that are funny versus brilliant.
Today Now! brings you the inspiring story of Brian Peete, a fat boy who hid his obesity from other children at the pool by keeping his shirt on.
After gym doctors confirmed the injuries were career-ending, Johnson's trainers said there was no reason to keep her alive.
The press secretary tells reporters that before the president can defeat the monster, he'll have to defeat his greatest enemy of all: his own doubts.
Despite ethical concerns about testing on humans, researchers say their work was necessary to determine the boundary between garbage and food.
Designed with the frustrated, sleep-deprived parent in mind, the BabySafe Ball can withstand shaking, stabbing, and claims you wish it had never been born.
Moderator Anderson Cooper asks about the success of The Onion's web site and social media activity. Sports editor John Krewson recalls working on the famous 9/11 issue. Anderson reads aloud from the article "Hijackers Surprised To Find Selves In Hell."
Rep. Cummings (D-VA) wants to mark Obama’s historic inauguration with an intricately choreographed dance piece of his own creation.
Expert stops by Today NOW! to show parents of girly sons costume tips to survive Halloween without accentuating their child's obvious homosexuality.
Panelists dismiss the notion that something could go wrong with the 75-foot-tall crabs that shoot acid from their mouths.
Teachers may have overlooked a number of red flags, including Bobby Knowles' turbulent home life, violent writing, and previous school shootings.
Ford says the '93 Taurus is the only car to drive in 2010, and they think Americans will have no other choice but to agree.
The MacBook Wheel lets consumers accomplish everyday tasks like typing with just a few dozen spins and clicks of a wheel.
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