Huffington Post justice reporter Ryan Reilly, the journalist who was arrested at a Ferguson, Missouri McDonalds for not complying with police, tweeted, what he believed would be a groundbreaking scoop on Twitter, depicting rubber bullets.. There was just one little problem, they were earplugs..
An actor’s job is to portray real and sometimes fictitious people, but sometimes those same actors portray fictitious people in their own lives..
We’ve all wanted to change our own names from time to time, but some celebrities have changed their names in the name of fame.. In other words, their god given names kinda stink.
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A group of former Taco Bell interns claim they came up with the $1 billion idea for a Dorito-shell taco nearly 20 years ago, and they have pictures to prove it.
UPS, a.k.a., the big brown truck, has fired 250 workers after they staged a 90-minute protest in February. The protest was organized after an employee of 24 years was fired over an issue with his hours.
Twenty of the workers were fired on the spot while the remaining 230 were told they would be fired as soon as replacements are trained.
The workers, who are based in Queens, N.Y., walked off the job when Jairo Reyes, a 24-year company veteran and union activist, got in a dispute with the company over the number of hours senior staff could work.
Khloe and Lamar are liquidating their love nest! The ex-couple’s home has officially been listed for sale. Divorcing reality TV star Khloe Kardashian and her soon-to-be ex-hubby, LA Clippers player Lamar Odom, have listed the Tarzana, Calif., “McMansion,” at an opening price of $5.499 million, reports the Huffington Post.
They bought the ill-fated love shack in 2009 for $3.95 million and are obviously hoping to have some profit to be divided in a community property state kind of way.
Courtesy of Huffington Post comes this eerie yet fascinating artist rendition of what Beatle John Lennon would look like if he were alive today..
Corrine Federer, a photographer in Amsterdam captured this weird flying machine while shooting a medieval castle.. She used a High Dynamic Range camera to snap a photo of the fortress and the unknown object.
“In order to create HDR images, you take three or more exposures — this one happened to be five — and you shoot them all at the same time, Continue reading