An awesome artist rendition during a performance at a church.
It's good to get into the habit of recording customer service calls. It gives you proof if they mess up and maybe you'll get a really bad one that you'll want to submit to The Consumerist. Here's some tools to help you.
Coast Guard crews found a 24-year-old man Friday hours after he reportedly jumped from a cruise ship about 30 miles east of Fort Lauderdale.
You probably know about four states of matter: solid, liquid, gas, and plasma. New work by a pair of theoretical physicists studying an odd quantum mechanical effect may reveal a new state of matter, and if their model is shown to be accurate, it will completely change how we view the universe.
A British coroner on Friday ruled that a U.S. "friendly fire" attack that killed a British soldier in Iraq was unlawful and criminal. Oxfordshire Assistant Deputy Coroner Andrew Walker's said the death of Lance Cpl. Matty Hull in an attack on his armored vehicle convoy in southern Iraq in March 2003, was entirely avoidable.
Antidepressants increase the presence of a growth factor in the brain, which then leads to a proliferation of new cells, according to a study by Yale School of Medicine researchers in this week's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Google Inc. is confident its popular video-sharing site YouTube and other Web services Google offers have strong legal protections under current copyright law, company attorneys said on Tuesday. The DMCA has served as the legal standard defining U.S. copyright law in the digital age.
Prince Frederic von Anhalt has sued Fox and Bill O'Reilly after the talk show host called him a fraud. Since the show aired, von Anhalt said people give him dirty looks when he goes to the grocery store. "They say, 'Look, here comes the fraud,'" he said. It's very embarrassing."
Sen. Hillary Clinton sidestepped a question about whether she thinks homosexuality is immoral Wednesday, less than two weeks after telling gay-rights activists she was "proud" to stand by their side.
Perhaps you've noticed that your mother asks you to speak up more often. Or that you have to crank up the TV louder than before, or find it harder to follow conversations in noisy bars. According to the World Health Organization, some 278 million people worldwide have moderate to profound hearing loss in both ears.