(Note: It may seem antithesis, but make sure you still make some of these mistakes, if you can. You won't understand why I'm telling you this unless you feel the pain of their consequences. Experience is the greatest of teachers.)
You would think that Twitter users who had the thought to score expletives as handles before any one would be more clever and interesting, but... no.
The circumstances surrounding Sen. John McCain's quick but bold trip inside the Syrian border came to light after The Daily Beast's Josh Rogin broke the story Sunday.
The details behind each photo changed during the aftermath chaos of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado, but the staggering power of the photos remained.
Video has surfaced on a wildlife site showing a man charging at an elephant in a South Africa National Park.
Totally real images of Nicolas Cage that should never be forgotten.
From Saturday, May 4, through Saturday, May 11, at least eight children have been shot across the nation.
Rain storm with a wittle thunder and lightning and the world comes to an end in New York City.
With the help of neighbors, Amanda Berry broke free from the house that served as a dungeon for her, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight for more than ten years. Her actions set in motion the events captured in these images.
"Alright... Who did it? Who sent in the picture?" -Every male student at Martin County High School in Florida.
From the traditional drunkenness to Civil Rights Era protests to a jockey found dead at Churchill Downs, the Kentucky Derby has had a few run-ins with the law.
Interfax news agency reports the Kyrgyz Emergencies ministry says the plane left the U.S. Transit Center at Manas airport in Bishkek en route to Afghanistan.
Kris Kross' Chris Kelly may have died, but here, their signature clothing style will live on forever...
A state building in Tallahassee, Florida is being evacuated and a group of employees are being quarantined for the second day in a row due to a suspicious letter purporting to have a powdery substance.
The lessons from breaking news of the Boston Marathon attack manhunt in the hyper-digital age are the Journalism 101 lessons that have always guided breaking news.
Below are nine pictures from Lakeland, Florida, resident Carlos Cendoya, taken near the Boston Marathon finish line leading up to, during and after the two-bomb attack. - ALSO: Carlos' first hand-account: http://bit.ly/11bFIT2