Tuesday 12/3/2013 - Thursday12/5/2013: The country of Brazil celebrates this well known American with an annual festival honoring this person...Who is this person? Answer: NO WINNER --- SAME QUESTION TOMORROW
Monday 12/2/2013: This was originally going to be called “RedBow”...what was it eventually called? Answer: Orville Redenbacher's Popcorn
Thursday 11/28/2013 - Friday 11/29/2013: No Questions - Thanksgiving
Wednesday 11/27/2013: Each year, about 40,000 Americans wake up here. Where? Answer: On The Operating Table!
Monday 11/25/2013 - Tuesday 11/26/2013: A majority of men say this was their favorite toy as a kid...What is it? Answer: A Squirt Gun
Friday 11/22/2013: This was invented in Australia in 2002...but it's only now gone main-stream...What is it? Answer: The word "Selfie"...Oxford Dictionary's Word of the Year!
Two college friends performing a social experiment on the issue of bullying staged random acts of bullying on campus to see if anyone would actually step in to stop it.
Laughing babies and cats together in one video. Is there anything else you need?
Donnie Iris who wrote the pop hit "The Rapper" is suing over a real rapper's use of another of his songs. Donnie, who fronted The Jaggerz, is suing Sony for allegedly not paying royalties for sampling the band's "Memoirs of the Traveler." A clip of the 1970 tune was used by The Game on his recording "Letter to the King."
Even though we’re past Thanksgiving, your fridge might still be filled with ingredients and leftovers from the feast.
It’s time to be smart and pack your fridge properly to help food stay fresher longer.
Here’s a rundown of some mistakes you might be making using your fridge:
Two-year-old basketball trick shot master Titus returns with another impressive video; this time featuring cameos from Channing Tatum and Bradley Cooper.
A geese tsunami is probably something you've never heard of before, but it is as horrifying as it sounds.
Prankster Roman Atwood treated his family to an explosive Thanksgiving feast.
The fiery crash that killed Fast and Furious star Paul Walker may have a link to the film franchise after all.
According to TMZ, police are investigating whether the actor and his friend Roger Rodas -- the former racecar driver who was behind the wheel when the crash occurred -- were in the middle of a high-speed race on Saturday afternoon.
It was suspected that a malfunction caused the crash, but a law enforcement source tells TMZ that they received a tip about a possible race. Now cops are reportedly looking for video and witnesses that could prove another car was involved. Sources say the Santa Clarita, California street where the crash happened is a popular street racing location.
However, newly obtained surveillance video on TMZ seems to show that no cars were right near Rodas's Porsche at the time of impact -- which may rule out the theory of a street race. (Photo courtesy of CNN)