Decked out in glitzy costumes and winter coats, people filled the streets of New Orleans on Tuesday for the annual Mardi Gras festivities.
Red is the dominant color during the Spring Festival, as it stands for good luck and blessing.
It will dive to the bottom of Titan’s largest sea, returning to the surface to transmit findings.
The worker was on the median of an icy Interstate 40 when an out-of-control truck came straight for him from the side
This just goes to show you that even a second with the vice president can cause a buzz on social media.
It’s meant to spread awareness children who are battling or have battled cancer, to “support the fighting, remember the resting and party on…
Both are from Australia and were attempting to sail home.
Jimmy Fallon took the “Tonight Show” stage for the first time on Feb. 17, 2014.
With a measure of anniversary hoopla perhaps exceeded only by the nation’s bicentennial, “Saturday Night Live” celebrated its 40th season on…
This is dash cam video from Grand Prairie police.
Mashable’s shared some stunning photos of Iceland — one of the places on Earth that has two opposite natural wonders: fire and ice.
Sunday, February 15, NBC will air Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary Special from 8-11:30 pm. Do you like any of these big name guests w…
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’re getting to be a fly on the wall for a date.
The video was released Wednesday to mark the fifth anniversary of the launch of the Solar Dynamics Observatory.
A damaged fire hydrant sent a geyser of water into the San Fernando Valley air.
Obama did a self-mocking video for BuzzFeed, all to get the word out that Sunday is the last day to sign up for Obamacare this year.
The “Forever” album tracks were unfortunately left on the cutting room floor for 15 years — until now.
The fake leopard knocked down a staff member, who then needed CPR.
Madame Tussauds London unveiled a new wax figure of pop superstar Taylor Swift, inspired by the music video for her hit song “Shake It Off.”
The area, which became a state park in 1972, is the only public site in the world where — for a small fee — you can dig for diamonds and k…