Articles By Carey Vanderborg

From Sports Sep 19, 2012

Steve Sabol, NFL Films President And Co-Founder, Dead At 69. NFL Players And Insiders React On Twitter [PHOTO]

Steve Sabol, one of the founding members of NFL Films, died on Tuesday morning after he lost his battle with brain cancer at the age of 69.

From Science Sep 19, 2012

Zombie Apocalypse Training To Take Place At HALO Counter-Terrorism Summit, CDC To Issue Survival Guide Comic

While the mass amount of zombie apocalypse stories that have dominated recent headlines are not convincing many people of the actual existence of the species, the Security firm HALO Corp. has decided to not take any chances.

From Entertainment Sep 19, 2012

Ireland Baldwin And Kendall Jenner Post Bikini Twitter Pictures, Too Inappropriate For 16-Year Old Celebs?

In the latest twitpic controversy, Ireland Baldwin, the 16-year-old daughter of Alec Baldwin and ex-wife Kim Basinger, decided to show off her body in a provocative black and white bikini to her almost 19,000 Twitter followers on Sunday.

From Politics & Policy Sep 18, 2012

Mitt Romney Video Causes Political Uproar, GOP Candidate Responds To '47 Percent' Comment And Other Statements

Mitt Romney wasted no time late Monday in responding to backfire from controversial statements he made that were caught on tape. The GOP presidential candidate described his comments "off the cuff" and "not elegantly stated," but still defended the main message of his remarks.

From Faith & Belief Sep 18, 2012

What Is Rosh Hashanah? Everything You Need To Know About The Jewish New Year

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year known as the first of the High Holy Days, is being celebrated as the holiday comes from sundown on Sept. 16 to nightfall on Sept. 18.

From Entertainment Sep 18, 2012

Nicki Minaj And Mariah Carey, American Idol Judges, Allegedly Fighting During Season 12 Auditions In NYC

Fresh off the recent American Idol judges announcement, reports are surfacing that indicate Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey are already butting heads.

From Politics & Policy Sep 17, 2012

Jeffrey MacDonald Murder Case To Start New Trial Monday, Ex-Army Captain Maintains His Innocence 33 Years Later

Jeffrey MacDonald, the man convicted in the 1970 murder of his pregnant wife and two daughters, is getting another shot at innocence on Monday.

From Politics & Policy Sep 15, 2012

Photos After A Week Of Anti-American Protests At Embassies In Yemen, Cairo, Sudan And Libya

Protests in response at least in part to an anti-Islam film produced in the United States are continuing to pop up at embassies across the world on Friday.

From Fashion Sep 15, 2012

Cassandra Bankson, Makeup Tip Sensation, Makes Appearance On Runway At New York Fashion Week [PHOTO]

Cassandra Bankson, an acne ridden teen who made headlines when she made a viral YouTube video on how to cover up acne-plagued skin, appeared on the runway at the recent New York fashion week.

From Politics & Policy Sep 15, 2012

Univ. Of Texas Bomb Threat Reported, Man Claiming To Be Al-Qaida Says There Are 'Bombs All Over Campus'

The University of Texas at Austin has issued an alert on its Twitter account ordering an evacuation "due to threats on campus."