• Is that Viral Story real?

    The Internet has almost as many videos as there are stars in the heavens. And you know that some have to be hoaxes. Sometimes it's obvious, while other times it's easy to be fooled. For example, the hoax of the "angel" intercepting a truck just about to run over a bicyclist is obviously fake.
  • How to store Water for Survival

    What do you really know about water storage? Below you'll find information that you probably never even thought of before, or information that contradicts what you've always believed to be correct.
  • Nineways to shop safely on Cyber Monday

    With Cyber Monday, you don't have to camp outside in the cold overnight so you can be the first person busting through the doors like on Black Friday. But you still may get trampled to a pulpby cyber scammers waiting for their prey.
  • Introducing the very first Biometric Password Lockdown App

    This application for your mobile device will change things in a huge way:
  • Capital Club Dubai opens dynamic D5 Executive Gymnasium

    Ultra-modern gym takes holistic and individual approach to fitness training
  • Myanmar landslide: 90 dead at Kachin jade mine - BBC News

    A landslide at a jade mine has killed at least 90 people in northern Myanmar, witnesses say. The victims were buried when a vast heap of waste material, discarded by the mining companies, collapsed in Kachin state, Burmese media reported.
  • Argentina elections: Macri poised to be next President - CNN.com

    "Thank you for believing in me. ... I am here because you have decided," a triumphant Macri said from his campaign headquarters Sunday night as throngs of supporters erupted in cheers. "Today is a historic day," he said, "a new era." Macri spoke shortly after Daniel Scioli, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's hand-picked successor, conceded defeat.
  • Adele - Hello (Dj Dark & Dj Vianu Remix)

    Music That Reminds Me Of...- Sit back, relax and enjoy the music!
  • The political will to defeat ISIS

    A new poll shows a large majority of Americans do not want to send U.S. troops to battle ISIS but some GOP Presidential candidates disagree. Lawrence O'Donnell speaks with author Jon Meacham.
  • Adele Gives Two Pitch-Perfect Performances On 'SNL'

    Following the release of her much-anticipated album, "25," Adele appeared as the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend. As expected, the songstress delivered pitch-perfect renditions of two of her new singles.
  • Circus Cat Chained To Truck For 20 Years Takes First Steps To Freedom

    An elderly mountain lion who spent his life chained to the back of a truck has finally gotten a taste of freedom.
  • Authorities Missed Many 'Red Flags' Before Paris Attacks

    PARIS, Nov 22 (Reuters) - There were multiple chances to stop the men who attacked Paris.
  • Donald Trump clouds position on Muslim database with deflections

    Rachel Maddow follows yesterday's reporting about Donald Trump's apparent position on tracking Muslims in the United States with new reporting on Trump's response to the controversy. His position, however remains clouded in half-answers and deflections...
  • Is Russia shifting foreign policy after Paris attacks?

    Does the police dog in training offered from Russian officials to France indicate a notable foreign policy shift in the wake of the Paris attacks? Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Evelyn Farkas weighs in on the discussion.
  • Marika & Spokoarmia - Smoki

  • Michael Jordan Theme

    Legendary Theme for Michael Jordan Copyrights go to Sony Music Entertainment.
  • Photos of Darth Vader's Rather Ordinary Daily Life

    Photographer Pawe? Kadysz of Bialystok, Poland, recently started a new 365-day photo project: a daily photo blog showing scenes from Darth Vader's life. The clever and humorous photos portray the Sith Lord "as just a normal guy with everyday life problems." The project can be found at tookapic in an account named @dvader.
  • What are Bug Bounties?

    A bug bounty refers to the reward a bad-guy hacker gets upon discovering a vulnerability, weakness or flaw in a company's system.
  • 17 ways to prevent identity theft when traveling

    There should be more TV commercials for preventing identity theft-it's nearly epidemic. But also epidemic is the lack of identity security that people have when traveling. Here are some ways to avoid having your identity stolen while traveling:
  • The FDA just approved genetically-modified salmon for the first time. But how does it taste?

    The Food and Drug Administration has just approved the first-ever genetically modified animal for human consumption - a salmon that's engineered to grow much faster than regular salmon. Approval for the " AquAdvantage Salmon" has been decades in the making and rife with delays.
  • Blessed Assurance (My King Is Coming) [Lyrics]

  • Matthew West - Hello, My Name Is (Lyrics)

  • Who Am I - Casting Crowns

  • 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) - Matt Redman (Best Worship Song Ever) (with Lyrics)

  • Amsterdam sanctions new brothel to be run by sex workers themselves - DutchNews.nl

    Amsterdam is to press ahead with plans to sanction a new brothel in the city's red light district which will be run by sex workers themselves. Mayor Eberhard van der Laan commissioned a feasibility study earlier this year and the project can now go ahead, the Parool says on Thursday.
  • You Raise Me Up - Selah (Best Inspiring Christian Song)

  • Frontal brain wrinkle linked to hallucinations - BBC News

    From the section Science & Environment A study of 153 brain scans has linked a particular furrow, near the front of each hemisphere, to hallucinations in schizophrenia. This fold tends to be shorter in those patients who hallucinate, compared with those who do not.
  • Why you want a Copy of your Medical Records

    After receiving medical treatment, many people never look over the paperwork (save for bill total) and just shove it into some folder in a file cabinet. But medical identity theft is very much out there; know the signs:
  • Smart money advice, from poker playing cowboys?

    Why do some people always have money to spare, but by the end of the month you always find yourself broke? Could they just be following a better set of advice about spending - the kind that wedges itself in your brain, and pops up every time you splash out on something extravagant.
  • Will your wedding be A-list worthy?

    When Megan and Michael Baptiste chose the Harbor View hotel as the venue for their Martha's Vineyard wedding, they knew they'd be following in the footsteps of some famous faces. Elizabeth Taylor, Katherine Hepburn and former US president Bill Clinton had all visited the 124-year-old landmark overlooking water.