Have an empty bag of chips? You can use that! As the holiday season makes you crazy, here are 10 simple life hacks that can get you through Christmas.
Every year there is a group of songs that get mercilessly pounded into our heads. If you haven’t heard them enough, this one-man performance condenses the songs into a one minute mash-up.
Even the most iconic movies have made horrific historical errors. Take the wardrobe in Mel Gibson’s ‘Braveheart’ — not exactly a proper representation of the times.
The Arlington group Pentatonix is famous for their incredible a cappella performances. Now, the group is getting into the holiday spirit, performing “Little Drummer Boy.”
A dancing usher and an excited young man engaged in an impromptu dance-off when the Dance Cam found them in the crowd at a recent Pistons game. Check it out!
Fifty years ago today, President John F Kennedy was to have delivered a speech at the Dallas Trade Mart. The text of the speech was preserved and will be delivered in public for the first time tonight, in the form of a film.
Author Gerald Celente talked to KRLD about his encounter with former Texas Gov. Connally, in which Connally described his first-hand account of the JFK assassination:
A toy company showed off why little girls should aspire to be engineers and design things just like boys. Three girls helped design a Rube Goldberg device that goes on and on.
It’s not a death match between rival warriors, but instead a fierce cookie eating competition. Cookiness Evereat is back to compete in the ‘Hungry Games.’
A man uses social media to learn private information about people he’s never met. His unsuspecting victims are terrified what he knows…
‘Breaking Bad’ ended with a bang in September, but this alternate ending had surfaced featuring actor Bryan Cranston — and things turned out much differently.
News correspondent Dan Rather was in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, hoping to coordinate coverage of a routine visit by then President John F. Kennedy.