Scott Stapp Is Broke and Living in a Hotel
In an unsettling video posted to Facebook, the former lead singer of Creed confessed that he doesn't have enough money to feed himself and described a vast conspiracy against him.
Christopher Cashak is a photographer from Scottsdale, Arizona, with an unbelievable number of followers on social media. No, literally. It's unbelievable.
A guy went into a marketing agency looking for a job and ended up stabbing his would-be boss. That's a big no-no in any interview situation.
"Weird Al" Yankovic skipped parodying "Fly Away" back in 1998, so avid YouTuber Neil Cicierega has taken a stab it now. In 2014. It's mainly focused on Kravitz's obsession with dragonflies and Milky Way bars.
The German town of Wunsiedel turned a neo-Nazi problem into a prank that benefited charity and made the fascists look like idiots. A real win-win-win.
We talked to the Iranian journalist, who was arrested and interrogated for months for appearing on The Daily Show and is now the subject of Jon Stewart's directorial debut, Rosewater.
Two days ago, a kid posted a Vine that shows him shoplifted two iPhones from what appears to be a Boost Mobile store—as of today, it's been looped over 3 million times, I reached out to him to get the story behind the viral video.
We chatted with the CEO of the International Paruresis Association. He's not mad that a DirecTV commercial made a joke about pee-shyness, just that they made such a lame one.
Exposure to a compound called DINP might alter your hormones so drastically that if you're pregnant with a boy he could be born with a smaller than average penis or other abnormalities.
I talked to the buzzkill scientist who invented a smoke detector that looks out for smoking rather than smoke.
On December 7, 1959, sometime between midnight and dawn, Dr. Harold N. Perelson lost his mind. After beating his wife to death with a hammer he attacked his daughter—who survived—and then killed himself by drinking a glass of acid. No one lives in the hou…
I spoke to Dan Gilroy about why he thinks local TV news is bad for us and how today's lack of job security hurts young people.
Though there's no shortage of skinheads in Russia, the beauty contest was little more than a meme that got international media attention.
People are injecting themselves with fecal enemas in an effort to cure Crohn's disease and other medical problems, but they're on shaky ground scientifically, say doctors.
A new film tells the story of Dock Ellis, a pitcher who fought the baseball establishment, partied harder than anyone else in the sport, and supposedly threw a no-hitter while tripping on acid.
An all-female Ghostbusters movie will rope us all into a familiar dance. People are already speculating about what the cast will be, but what else should we expect as this production gears up and the movie finally comes out?
People are panicking over "Cloud Nine," a new synthetic drug that has sent dozens of kids to the hospital.
I consulted internet security expert Nik Cubrilovic and XKCD's Randall Munroe about how they would fix the problems in the world of passwords. Their ideas are simple, compelling, and almost impossible to implement.