They say it's better to give than to receive. December 1 is an opportunity for us to do just that.
R&B artist FKA Twigs has apparently bowled over her beau Robert Pattinson's parents, as its been reported they like her more than ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart.
Martin has already published five of the seven novels intended for the series
Troubled singer Sinead O'Connor's Facebook post detailing her suicide threat got her fans, and police, concerned.
Looks like Taylor Swift got some bad blood in New Zealand.
Back in January, a man named Phuc Dat Bich attempted to prove the authenticity of his identity to Facebook by posting his passport, which showed the same name. Now, it has been revealed that the whole thing was fake.
These ladies are the three celebrities you'll love to have as BFFs. And they happened to hang out with each other without you knowing, until after the whole thing was over, of course.
Not long after that California UFO sighting, which turned out to be a missile, another such report emerged after astronaut Scott Kelly shared a photo of India from his vantage point in outer space.
Make your Thanksgiving dinner this year a bit more interesting by educating yourself on some facts about this American holiday that not many really know about.
You could almost smell Black Friday - that's how near the biggest day for shopping is. As such, more deals are coming out of the woodwork to make your list even longer or more complicated.
A mining company struck a home run recently after unearthing a 1,111-carat diamond nearly the size of a tennis ball.
Facebook announced that it will start testing new tools that will help its users manage complicated relationships better, without having to resort to completely avoiding their ex online.
Although most retailers are pretty much sticking to the usual Black Friday shopping schedule this year, Amazon breaks out of the pack by starting the holiday shopping season a week early.
His discussion of his health condition on national TV only served to confirmed what, as it appeared, many already knew.
If 2013 was the year of the "selfie" and 2014 the year of the "vape," this year is one for an emoticon, according to Oxford Dictionaries.