Treasury Officials say the dye used in printed money is extremely toxic and urge Americans to send all their cash to Washington immediately.
Before a new program to combat crystal meth can be put into place, Congress has to make sure it has a really awesome name
Congressman Gary Nelson has an economic plan to raise his family's standard of living.
Have you lost something? The U.S. Department of Lost and Found helps Americans find their misplaced possessions.
In The Know's new live internet poll feature revolutionizes how pundits shamelessly cater to what viewers want to hear.
Panelists discuss whether Halloween candy and costumes have distracted us from placating demons to ensure a bountiful harvest.
Panelists discuss ways to care for the nation's paranoid schizophrenics, such as hiding cameras in their homes or audio transmitters in their ears.
Panelists discuss a new report that found only 84% of education funding goes to teaching children about whales.
Suspect Alex Croft, who has a ton of black friends, planned to kill Obama because of his socialist agenda not because of his skin color.
The CDC's new anti-smoking campaign effectively reaches teens with a simple message: if you smoke, people are going to know you're totally crazy for butt sex.
Designed with the frustrated, sleep-deprived parent in mind, the BabySafe Ball can withstand shaking, stabbing, and claims you wish it'd never been born.
Today Now! welcomes adventurer and balloonist Trent Montaug, who is determined to steer the conversation to the horrors of horse abuse.
Our morning show's political correspondent offers tips on how you can seem informed about politics without picking up a single newspaper.
Today Now! brings you the inspiring story of Brian Peete, a fat boy who hid his obesity from other children at the pool by keeping his shirt on.
Citizens across Mexico hope that the new Asshole Wall will stem the tide of assholes that visit from the US each year to aggressively drink, vomit.
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