For weeks, the Triple-A El Paso Chihuahuas convinced Jeff Francoeur that fellow teammate and pitcher Jorge Reyes was deaf in an elaborate prank. Jen Markham has the hilarious video.
This video clip from 'What Happened After' looks at the life of Violet Jessup, a stewardess aboard the Titanic who would ultimately become the only woman to survive the sinking of the Titanic and her sister ship, the Britannic.
Legendary Queen front man Freddie Mercury is honored in full color in a new tribute comic book from Bluewater Productions. From his childhood to his untimely death, Queen Tribute: Freddie Mercury covers the rocker's life from beginning to end.
Markets bounce back, but investors struggle to commit, sending stock prices gyrating into the close. Blue chips rallied 146 points, the S&P 500 rose 14 and the Nasdaq rebounded by 22 points - all off the highs of the day. Some investors decided it was time to look for bargains after stocks suffered their worst week in nearly two years. But some analysts question whether this bounce back is just a trap before markets fall again.
One year after two bombs went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, the victims and law enforcement look back on a painful day. (April 15)
A federal judge is expected to order Ohio to recognize same-sex marriage for couples who have legally wed out of state.
Tracy Anderson is known worldwide for her famous method of fitness. Now she's bringing her expert tricks to AOL.com.
Anderson admits she gained over thirty pounds years ago when she was training as a dancer! Now she explains why you can gain weight when you're working out and how your can achieve the body that you want with the right mindset and the right movement.
Be sure to check out her brand new dvd 'Unleash Your Inner Pop Star' available now!
Why settle for brown or black shoes? Sharp Magazine editor-in-chief Jeremy Freed offers guidance on how men can pair shoes in bold hues with their outfits.
A North Carolina mother is accused of telling coworkers her son was killed in a car accident in order to scam them into giving her money.
Jury selection has begun in the trial of Abu Hamza al-Masri. The one-eyed, handless radical cleric is accused of conspiring in a 1998 kidnapping in Yemen that resulted in the deaths of four tourists. He's also accused of trying to set up a jihadist training camp in Oregon - and of raising money to send militants to train in Afghanistan. More than 200 prospective jurors had filled out questionnaires to determine if they could be impartial in the case.
The Washington Post and The Guardian won the Pulitzer Prize in public service Monday for revealing the U.S. government's sweeping surveillance efforts in stories based on thousands of secret documents handed over by National Security Agency leaker Edward
Tuesday's rains might be enough to push waterways over flood levels in Maine, as WMTW News 8's Jim Keithley reports.
In part one of our interview, the talented actress and songwriter says she will be back but isn't sure how - we hope she's not being grilled as 'Beth Burgers' at Terminus.
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Police say four people were killed and at least 36 were injured over the weekend in Chicago.
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