Panelists praise the Army's commitment to getting gravely wounded troops back on the battlefield with innovations like armor-clad wheelchairs.
Dan Kellogg visits Today NOW! with money tips for one particular woman who forgot to close her bedroom drapes last night.
An honors student died in the crash today, leaving the nation to wonder why the grisly experience of burning alive was not reserved for Glenn Beck.
The First Responders discuss how to keep the amateur porn you make from affecting your job search.
White House officials are confident the President will be able to convince the wildfire to stop incinerating large swaths of land and American homes.
Paleontologists believe the intact skeleton could shed light on the bizarre fetishes of this pervert dinosaur.
From the Onion Prison Channel: Prison analysts warn rising inflation could devalue everything from rim jobs to shivs.
Internet criminals are using a website called "Kickstarter" to bilk friends and families out of money for terrible, ill-conceived, and unnecessary "personal projects."
Investigative reporter Gavin Fisher investigates the world of Chinese counterfeit goods by donning a long robe and a black wig.
Online universities and bible colleges will be among the thousands of teams vying to prove they are the best in the nation.
Host becomes curiously pushy, sweaty in this roundtable discussion about loopholes in manslaughter law in the US.
Steel Hawk Inc. is offering a full refund to customers who bought the non-flesh-shredding bullets.
Made by Pfizer, Despondex is the first drug designed to treat the symptoms of excessive perkiness.
Congressman Eisley conducts hearing on Market Data Protection Reform, restrains self from murdering five year old son.
The pardon assures that Libby will not face any more repercussions for his role in the Valerie Plame case or be eaten on Thanksgiving.
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