Some sad news out of Dallas over the weekend. Larry Hagman, the man who made us all love to hate J.R. Ewing, lost his battle with cancer yesterday (Friday, November 23rd), at the age of 81. He was surrounded by his family and friends when he passed peacefully in a Dallas Hospital.
Apparently even the prospect of being cooped up is enough to make some people go bonkers. Here is video proof -- it's a handy-dandy compilation of all the bizarre antics accidentally caught by news cameras during Hurricane Sandy.
Officials will be throwing pink flags as they call the penalties during the Dolphins-Jets game at MetLife Stadium this Sunday, during the last weekend of Breast Cancer Awareness month, because an eleven year old football fan had a great idea and the courage to send a letter.
Alice Pyne isn’t your average teenager. The 16-year-old from Ulverston, England has been fighting cancer since she was12, and within the last year, her illness has been diagnosed as terminal. But that hasn’t stopped the spunky teen from making the most out of every moment.
Despite recently weakening to a tropical storm, the catastrophic effects of Hurricane Isaac continue through Wednesday afternoon. The storm has dumped more than ten inches of rain across the area and left at least 725,000 homes without power.
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Oil companies might have two excuses for raising prices at the pumps soon. Fill up now, if you can, or get ready to pay more for your next tank of gas. Hit read more to find out why, and how high they might go.
Some might find the 116th birthday marker to be a little daunting. However, if you are healthy and lucky enough to be one of only eight people to celebrate it, we are positive the ride has been one for the books.
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A mother in South Carolina is tired of messing around with her pot smoking 13 year old son. She said that "time outs and taking things away just doesn't work any more." See her new approach to punishment after the jump.
That’s more than enough money for Klein to retire from the yellow school bus grind. And she plans to. But she is also using a good chunk of the cash — $100,000 — to set up the Karen Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation.
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