A company in South Bend is on the lookout for someone to taste local coffee for a month and write reviews about them. The pay is $1,000 for the month. Details can be found here.
"Alienstock," the viral Facebook event that invited people to storm Area 51 in Nevada next week, has lost its ringleader. Matty Roberts, a college student who started the event jokingly, has pulled out due to worries about the infrastructure of what is supposedly going to happen on September 20.
What's with the snake-like UFO's that have been appearing in states across the summer? Oh, they've got video of them in California, Wyoming and New York.
According to Nielsen, ratings for the seven blended NFL TV windows were up 5 percent year-over-year, with an average draw of 17.1 million viewers.
Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps and his wife Nicole welcomed a third son to their family on Monday. Maverick Nicolas Phelps was born weighing 6-pounds, 5-ounces and measuring 20-inches long.
Starting today, San Francisco's famous cable cars will be shut down for 10 days of repair work.
A Florida fortune teller was sentenced to more than three years in prison and ordered to repay $1.6 million after she convinced a Texas woman that her family was cursed.
According to a new study, weight loss and calorie tracking apps are most commonly used features on smart watches.
Kim Kardashian confirms she and her family are considering a move to Wyoming.
Kevin Hart has moved from a hospital to a rehab center, where he'll stay for two weeks before going home. All this from that car accident he was in Labor Day weekend.
Game Stop is expected to close upwards of 200 under-performing stores before the end of the year.
Major League Baseball has broken the record for most home runs hit in a season and there are a still a couple of weeks to go!
A blood test could soon be used to help identify PTSD.
The smartphone is a finalist this year for the Toy Hall of Fame.
Lake Bell says she is suffering from depression after her son almost died during his home birth.
A San Francisco store owner is considering closing his store because of the homeless problem. Not just because there are homeless people near his store, but because over the past couple of months, he's been bitten by two of them.
Singer Aaron Carter revealed he's battling multiple mental health issues -- including multiple personality disorder, schizophrenia, acute anxiety and manic depression.


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