If you're ever asked to cosign for a car loan, just say 'no'.
A sexual harassment scandal forces the head of Australia's parliament to step down. Facing a lawsuit, Parliament Speaker Peter Slipper announced he is stepping aside Sunday, although he denies he harassed a former male staffer or misused taxpayer funded taxi vouchers.
Two people in Mexico face a possible 30 years in jail for inciting mayhem via Twitter.
YouTube is streaming 3500 hours of 10 separate live channels of the London 2012 Olympics in the United States, via NBCOlympics.com, and to 64 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, including Ghana, Kenya, India, Malaysia and Singapore. The huge effort by the Google unit, which ingests the feeds from the International Olympic Committee and encodes them for global distribution, has not been created as a money-making effort, but as a 'branding moment,' says Lee Hunter.
The government will announce plans today to tackle the growing number of dog attacks by fitting dogs with microchips. But the mother of a 4 year old who was killed by a dog says the plans wouldn't have saved her son's life
This video tutorial shows you the equipment you will need to abseil. Get climbing safely with this guide from a top climbing instructor.
British paralympian Shelly Woods won the women's wheelchair race at the London Marathon on Sunday, finishing three minutes ahead of her nearest competitor
Isabel Mercedes Celis went missing Saturday morning. Now more than 75 law enforcement officers are searching for the six-year-old.
One of the most common car maintenance mistakes is to ignore the Check Engine light. See what can happen int his short video.
After Zynga Inc. posted an expected loss for the third quarter and announced an online gambling deal in the U.K. Wednesday the gaming company's downtrodden shares were up in after-hours trades. MarketWatch's Dan Gallagher and David Weidner discuss whether the new deal could help Zynga get back its mojo. (Photo: AP)
The United Nations Security Council imposes further sanctions on North Korea, after Pyongyang carries out its third nuclear test.
Back in the 1950s, many thought the future would bring nuclear warfare. Others thought the future would bring an unusual amount of yellow to our homes. This shot from the 1956 Ideal Home Show in Olympia, London, shows the latter train of thought with the below 'home of the future.' This was, of course, when the exhibitors weren't theorizing about what the '80s would look like.
Watch as this Nigerian dwarf goat named Jean Luc Picard goes canoeing with his owner in an urban Alaskan lake. Looks like he's really enjoying his surroundings during the relaxing ride!
Can the chefs make crispy marshmallow treats with milk-soaked cereal?
Bengals reporter Coley Harvey's game ball goes to Mohamed Sanu, who caught three passes for 84 yards, including a touchdown, and also completed a 50-yard pass to fellow receiver Brandon Tate. Julio Jones gets the honor from Vaughn McClure.
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