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Autopsy results for actor Paul Walker have been revealed.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly going to get married at Versailles, although Kardashian's rep says the couple hasn't chosen a venue.
MSNBC host Martin Bashir resigned from the company after he suggested someone should defecate in Sarah Palin's mouth.
Todd Mills came up with the idea of combining Doritos and tacos.
The NFL fined Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin $100,000 for getting in the way last week. The NFL could also take away or modify a Steelers draft pick
DC Comics announced actress Gal Gadot will star as Wonder Woman in the upcoming flick “Superman vs. Batman."
Fox says it'll turn attention to selling its online inventory.
A truck carrying radioactive material that could potentially be used to make bombs was stolen in Mexico Monday.
The woman believed to be the first ever ticketed for driving while wearing Google Glass entered a not guilty plea on Tuesday.
USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced it is working on a new smaller, thinner USB connector. Bad news, it's not compatible with current ports.
A man in Georgia was charged with theft for charging his electric car on school property.
Google has outlined its long-term plans for robotics that could upgrade the electronics manufacturing and commerce logistics industries.
YouTube is said to be waiting to release its music streaming software until it gets the program running with the features it wants.
Nearly a year after the school shooting in Newtown that left 20 children and six adults dead, officials plan to release the 911 calls from that day.
Delta Airlines decided to cancel flight 5059 full of commercial passengers headed to Atlanta, so it could instead charter the Gators to UConn.
A fisherman was killed after his leg was bitten off while fishing for bait from a kayak.
Something about the New Orleans Saints seems to bring out the noise in Seattle.
28-year-old Adrian Briskey is charged with murder after reports say she shot a fellow Albama fan after arguing about the loss to Auburn.
A report filed by two prison consultants claims Ariel Castro's death was not an accident as originally thought but that he killed himself on purpose.