Articles By Carey Vanderborg
Multiple news outlets are reporting that authorities have captured a suspect dubbed the "Bucket List Bandit." The bandit is believed to be responsible for bank robberies in nine states and has been arrested in Oklahoma City.
Hollywood director Steven Speilberg and actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt hosted an interactive video chat last night where they premiered the trailer for "Lincoln," the highly anticipated historical drama starring Daniel Day-Lewis as the 16th president.
Dustin Pedroia stormed off the field at Fenway Park during Wednesday night's game against the New York Yankees after he was informed that his wife had gone into labor.
Blues guitarist Eric Clapton is expected to rake in an astounding amount of money for a rare painting he purchased in 2001.
Police have been sent to the California home of Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the purported producer of "Innocence of Muslims," an anti-Muslim film that has caused outrage across the Middle East. According to authorities, the purported producer of the Muhammad film called local police in an effort to protect him and his family from potential harm.
As details behind the making of "Innocence of Muslims," the amateur anti-Muslim movie that sparked violent protests in Egypt and Libya, began to slowly emerge on Wednesday, Cindy Lee Garcia, a California actress who was featured in the film, says she was duped and was unaware it was about the Prophet Muhammad.
he seventh-generation iPod Nano bears almost no resemblance to its iPod shuffle-sized predecessor. The 5.4 mm thick Nano boasts a large, widescreen, touchscreen display and tiny home button that are comparative to a tinier version of the iPod touch.
The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan officially banned the video-sharing website YouTube on Wednesday in an attempt to prevent Afghans from watching the controversial “Innocence of Muslims.”
Digital Domain Media, the company that created the Tupac Shakur hologram from the 2012 Coachella festival, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The White House announced that President Barack Obama will deliver a live statement at 10:35 a.m. ET Wednesday following the attacks in Libya that claimed the life of U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other embassy employees.