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"Pain & Gain", starring Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson and directed by Michael Bay, debuted in first place this weekend with an estimated $20 million.
Last week's No. 1, "Oblivion", dropped to second place with $17.4 m
Our long (inter)national nightmare is over!
Has he considered hosting a late-night talk show after his second term ends?
"Two and a Half Men" has been renewed for an eleventh season, CBS announced Friday.
This is how the world ends -- not with a bang, but without procreation. As this actor explained, "I have this wacky theory about the end of civilization, that people will trade up ... until they're too old to have kids. And the world will come to an end."
If you share a house with someone who can't stand it when toilet paper is put on wrong. Have we got a prank for you! No it's not the remove the tissue paper and replace with duct tape thing. It's far more devious.
You open every door and try to scare him away. Well this little rascal isn't having it. Check out an otter doing it's thing in this short video.
It looks like something out a superhero movie, but it’s for real.
They say once you get get your first tattoo you never stop getting them. I consider this true, as I have a tattoo and I want at least two more! Justin Bieber has tattoos of a tiger, a crown and various Christian symbols, but where are they on his body?
Look here to find out.
You don't have to be a huge fan of Macklemore to realize that he is a good person inside and out. The 'Thrift Shop' rapper took time out of his uber busy schedule to visit with a young fan, who was suddenly diagnosed with leukemia, in a Vermont hospital.
Quite often, it seems like the people who don't ask for help are the ones who need it the most. Tony McCoy is the morning show producer on K945 for Kidd Kraddick in the Morning and he always makes sure you arrive on time weekday mornings with his traffic reports
Achieving a perfectly-timed picture is tricky stuff, because it doesn’t usually happen on purpose. But when these photos are done right, the result is Web G-O-L-D.
We hear a lot about how American schools continually need to battle for resources on behalf of their students, and few people would argue that we could do a better job of meeting those needs. That's where the Real Change Project comes in -- and with the help of an assortment of stars that includes Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Pitbull, and Jason Mraz, they're helping make a difference.