An 86-Year-Old Great-Great Grandmother Publishes A 'Steamy' Romance For Her First Novel

You're never too old to follow your dreams, even if your dreams aren't age-appropriate. Georgia Gorringe is an 86-year-old great-GREAT grandmother in Salt Lake City.  She was a cake decorator until she retired, and several years ago she took a creative writing class. Read more...

Shoe Vending Machines Are Popping Up Outside Nightclubs

If you've ever been outside a club at 4:00 A.M., you've seen an army of women carrying their high heels and walking barefoot. No one wants to be barefoot on a nasty sidewalk, but it beats the crippling pain after eight hours of heels. Read more...

57% of Americans Say Only Kids Who Win Should Get Trophies

We've been in the "everybody gets a trophy so no one's feelings get hurt" era for a while now. But thankfully, it finally looks like people are sick of it. A new survey asked Americans if they think only kids who WIN things should get trophies, or if every kid should get a trophy, and 57% of us say only winners deserve trophies. Read more...

An Old Woman Gets Hurt Inside a Corn Maze, So Paramedics Have to Quickly Solve the Maze and Rescue Her

Ever done a corn maze? They can be surprisingly hard and really frustrating, like, once you're a little bit in, you just kinda want to get the hell out of there. Now imagine doing one in a critical situation. Read more...

How to Make Your Coffee Healthier

Steadfast standard drip drinker?  French press promoter?  Swear by the cold brew trend? These decisions might matter for more than bragging rights. Turns out the method by which a cup of coffee is brewed can tinker with more than taste, it can also change some of the drink’s most fundamental elements, including levels of caffeine, antioxidants, and natural oils. Read more...

High School Student Suspended for Saying “Bless You” After Classmate Sneezed

A young girl in Tennessee says she was suspended after breaking a class rule of saying “bless you” after a classmate sneezed.  When Dyer County High School senior Kendra Turner said “bless you,” she says her teacher told her that was for church. Read more...

Five Tips to Keep You From Messing Up Your "Ice Bucket Challenge"

The "Ice Bucket Challenge" is still huge, because every time one person does it, they nominate three more. So if you haven't been challenged yet, it's probably just a matter of time. Here are five tips to make sure you don't mess it up or hurt yourself, like a lot of people have done. Read more...

Five Random Facts For Thursday

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The Bigger Your Wedding, the Happier Your Marriage?

Nothing says "I will love you forever" like blowing $200,000 on a wedding, just so distant relatives can enjoy a 16-piece band play "Crazy in Love" next to a chocolate fondue fountain. Read more...

Three Tricks to Give Yourself More Willpower

If you're like most people, you wish you had more willpower and self-control, like when you're eating your sixth donut and watching your 18th hour of television straight.  So here are three ways to give yourself more willpower. Read more...

Seeing a Cute Animal Instantly Puts Women in a Better Mood, For Men It's Seeing an Attractive Woman

There's a reason the Internet is about 83% cat pictures at this point, that's what the ladies like. And you know I'm telling the truth. A new survey asked people what "sight" instantly puts them in a better mood. And for women, a cute animal is number one. Read more...

Did You Know, Your Next Car Won't Have a Spare Tire?

For a few years now, pretty much every car company has quietly stopped including spare tires in new cars. It's so prominent, the odds are your next car won't have a spare tire. And there are three main reasons why car companies are getting rid of them. Read more...

Americans Are Jealous of the Vacation Time People Get in Other Countries

September is coming, which means people in Europe are finally finishing up their two-month vacations. Meanwhile, your boss gave you grief for taking a half-day so you could finally make it to your kid's little league game. Read more...

A Thief Returns a Stolen Van After Finding Out the Owner Is a Single Mom

Last Tuesday, a woman named Megan Bratten stopped at a K-Mart outside Kansas City, Missouri to buy her kids school clothes. And when she came out, her minivan was gone. Read more...

How Much $100 is Really Worth in Every State

Not all Benjamins are created equal.  For the first time ever, the federal government this year introduced a data series that compares price differences among states and metropolitan areas. Read more...

Five Random Facts For Wednesday

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50% of People Who Get Divorced Regret It, Here Are the Top Ten Reasons

If you're married, bored, and jealous of that friend who says getting divorced was the best thing that ever happened to them, here's some good news.  There's a 50/50 chance they're jealous of you. Read more...

Pumpkin Spice Oreos Are Coming

Last year, we saw the blueprint for a world with complete pumpkin spice penetration across all foods and beverages.  We expected more new pumpkin spice products for this fall, and right on cue, here's the first. Read more...

What Do You Miss Most About Life Before the Internet?

Despite stuff like cyber-bullying, and all of us being slaves to technology, I think we can agree that the Internet HAS made life better. But what do you miss the most about life before the internet? Read more...

A Guy Fakes His Own Death to Get Out of His Wedding

It's totally natural to have cold feet before your wedding. It is NOT natural to react like this. 23-year-old Tucker Blandford of Stamford, Connecticut was engaged to 23-year-old Alex Lanchester of West Midlands, England, they met in 2012 when she was studying at the University of Connecticut. Read more...

The Most Stolen Car in the U.S. Is . . .

The National Insurance Crime Bureau just released its report on the most stolen cars of 2013, and as usual, your fleet of Ferraris and Aston Martins was safe.  But your Honda Accord was as good as dead. Read more...

The Cost of Raising a Child, Not Including College

According to the newest report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it now costs an average of $245,000 to raise a child. And that's NOT including college. If we DID include college, it would probably cost $47 billion to raise a kid. Read more...

A Truck Driver Pulled a Grandmother and a Baby from a Burning Car

Last Monday, a trucker named David Fredericksen was driving down the highway near Biloxi, Mississippi.  A car in front of him tried to merge, hit another truck's fuel tank, and the tank EXPLODED.   Read more...

Five Random Facts For Tuesday

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Emotional Video Of Dad's Dance With His Daughter Who Has A Disability, Might Save Her

12-year-old McKenzie Carey lives in Dallas, Georgia, outside Atlanta.  And when she was 18 months old, she was diagnosed with mitochondrial disease, which affects your cells and leaves you with basically no energy. Read more...