Kim Jong Un moves to consolidate his support in North Korea by announcing a new Five-Year Plan.
Find out what all those "Layaway Santas" have been buying for people at Kmart.
This Holiday, make it a December to Remember just how much you hate Lexus.
Wikipedia's guitarist Dave Mustaine joins the appeal for donations to keep Wikipedia running.
A fallen Marine checked "Pharaoh of Osiris" on his religious denomination form when he deployed to Afghanistan.
David and Zack are back after a year of slumber to celebrate Halloween with a look at memorable movie monsters.
Celebrate the Hallowdays with a collection of creepy-crawly fetishes. You will learn things you cannot unlearn. Not for the squeamish.
Hilary Swank has apologized for attending the birthday of a brutal Chechen war criminal. Now it's his turn to reply.
A hot dog hurler is inspired by Hollywood and we are humbled by the hurler.
Cenegenics has done wonderful things for an elderly grandpa. He doesn't care how much his new body scares his grandson.
Dave McBride has been disrespected by the faculty at Dylan Public Schools and he is not going to take it anymore.
Exclusive, leaked details on the upcoming EA release of Populous 4: The Hand, a AAA first-person shooter from Bullfrog.
If Tower 7 falls and no one is there to hear it how can we be sure it really fell at all? What are they trying to keep from us?
A newly-minted officer arriving in a front line unit confronts his commander over lax peanut allergy safety.
British Prime Minister David Cameron, an apparent expert on uprisings, describes how past civilizations succumbed to moral decay.
The Newt Gingrich 2012 Presidential Campaign receives its campaign credit card statement.
In a year marked with cultural tombstones, none stands quite so ominous as the Battleship board game to movie adaptation.
A frustrated small business owner expresses his outrage about the dying character of small towns.
The proud 20-year history of a small town SWAT team.
Steve and Zack announce this year's WTF, D&D!? fantasy artwork contest. Are you ready for an adventure?
Cordial invitations are given to specific, treasured passengers on the 8:20 Chicago CTA Red Line train.
Just because you have a dead two-year-old locked in the trunk doesn't mean you stop having fun.
We've heard your complaints! The White People Project is committed to securing freedom and opportunity for tomorrow's white people.
The mayor of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent city, responds to the discovery of another mass grave.
Over the weekend mercenaries were hired to launch an attack on Something Awful. They were paid in Bitcoins.
Steve and Zack don their parkas and grab their barf bags for a Finnish D&D clone with a gruesome twist.
The History Channel's popular series enters its second season with more of the quirky boys from the Florida Everglades who just want to have fun and grip critters. But be careful what you grip for...
The Tennessee Department of Education implements the "Don't Say Gay" law championed by Republican State Representative Stacey Campfield.
Richard Nixon and two close advisors discuss G. Gordon Liddy's discovery of a Native American device called a "dreamcatcher."
The truth about bath salts and their safety facts about them to counter the lies put out by the media panic-mongers.
Steve and Zack travel back to the mid-1990s for the first Magic: The Gathering expansion packs.
With an NFL strike looming the players may have a lot of free time on their hands. We look at what a few of our favorite criminal NFL players might be doing this summer.
The Cancer Centers of America has been having some problems with optimism among staff members. Luckily, they have devised guidelines to help restore appropriate behavior.
China's new movie and TV guidelines create opportunities for new and interesting TV shows to flourish.
You've finished the meal and realized you forgot your wallet. Don't panic and execute these lifesaving maneuvers from the SAS Field Manual.
Gaddafi's English-language news aggregator offers a very personal and Libyan view of breaking news.
Super Patriot Don Larry subjects himself to the 2011 Oscars and offers commentary and criticism of the Hollywood establishment.
This week in Fox on Sex, Steve Doocy of Fox and Friends returns to fill in for columnist Jenny Block.
Events in Egypt have General Petraeus and the whole Army gang in Afghanistan talking about a change of venue.
A Green Bay Packers fan writes home from the stands of Soldier Field to a wife barely remembered after 20 days of the NFC Championship.
Join The Buckets, the premium job site for people earning $10,000 or less and employers with jobs paying $10,000 or less.
Gunwitch, inventor of the Way of the Gun pick up artist method, refuses to take responsibility for the actions of assassin Jared Lee Loughner.