At this point, almost nothing is out of the question for the always unpredictable WGN Morning News crew -- and Tuesday morning's show was no exception. One day after the Chicago-based team went into breaking-news mode to report liveShow More Summary
We know what you're thinking: It's absolutely insane for fashion editors to admit how much they despise shopping. But we're just being honest here. Sometimes, shopping is kind of the worst pastime. It can be stressful, it can be annoying...Show More Summary
Even I, surely in line to be honored by The Kennedy Center for wasting time, had no interest in responding to that attention-getting "short experiment" written in a fancy font on my Facebook page that begins, "No one reads my wall," and then challenges me to prove I got all the way through it by writing one word in the comment space. Show More Summary
It's hard to avoid the sugar-coated clutches of holiday music this time of the year. Those interested in partaking in such an experiment would have to avoid most public spaces, keep the radio off, and only watch C-SPAN. For those who...Show More Summary
The Office Party can feel like a playground or a prison, depending on the company culture of your workplace. BUT there are some easy ways to capitalize on the good times and avoid potential land mines, no matter what kind of holiday party gets thrown at you: 1. Show More Summary
Everyone loves 'The Lion King," but it's all too easy to get caught up in the epic musical numbers and forget to take note of all the wisdom James Earl Jones Mufasa has to offer. For your edification, here are the most important lessons from the singing and dancing kingdom of Pride Rock. Life can be tough sometimes... ... Show More Summary
If you're ever feeling down in the dumps, we've found the perfect remedy. Meet Flint, a playful Pomeranian pup whose indescribable cuteness could turn anyone's bad day around. Flint will be starring in his very own calendar this summer, but we wanted to share his wonderfulness with you as soon as possible. Show More Summary
Sometimes holiday gift ideas hit you at the strangest moments; in my case, it was during the recently televised American Music Awards. There I was in my recliner, half-watching the show with my family, one finger anxiously hovering over the remote's mute button in anticipation of Miley Cyrus' appearance. Show More Summary
Because there was one stone left unturned by the "Anchorman 2" marketing team, Paramount has released a cover of the Christopher Cross song "Ride Like The Wind," as performed by Robin Thicke and Will Ferrell (in character as Ron Burgundy). The track is part of the "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" soundtrack. Listen below.
As if chamois don't have enough threats -- hunting, poaching and habitat loss -- they also face the impending doom of avalanches. French spectators recently caught this dramatic scene of chamois escaping an avalanche in the Rhône-Alpes region of France, The Telegraph reported. Show More Summary
Warning: You may soon have a sudden urge to start dancing. SoulPancake is at it again with its "Joy Bomb" video series, where singer-songwriter Aijia surprises strangers with musical outbursts. Last time we tuned in, Aijia delightedShow More Summary
The Homemade Movies folks just keep stepping up their game. This week, they offer us the "Family Guy" intro, complete with live action Stewie and the dearly departed Brian. Check it out above and let us know what you'd like to see a homemade version of next.
Inspired by Fox News’ quest to expose the cushy lifestyle of homeless people everywhere, Stephen Colbert strapped on his own fake moustache and cardboard sign to find out just how well panhandlers do. Back in November, Fox’s John Stossel...Show More Summary
Loo, john, latrine, oval office, outhouse, W.C., throne room -- whatever you call it, it's a place we all have to visit sometime, no matter where we are in the world. But while the experience is universal, the way we label the space varies greatly. Show More Summary
Have you heard of Tinder, the dating app that's taking over millennials' iPhones? Most singles between the ages of 18-45 have probably glanced at the matchmaking app that uses Facebook profiles to suggest potential mates (as a bonus, it also indicates common friends and interests). But really, success hinges on a snap judgment of one profile photo. Show More Summary
That's the Golden Gate bridge, and there's a BART sign in the trailer, too. It makes much more sense than New York if he's coming from the Pacific. But let me guess - there'll be a crazy TV pre...
The usual gang of idiots over at MAD Magazine have once again set their sights on the dumbest things of the year. 2013 had quite a few dumb things take place in it and, as ever, MAD took aim at political absurdities. This week, theyShow More Summary
Don't you just hate when this happens: You're trying to take a photo on your smartphone when suddenly you realize the front-facing camera is activated. And there you are just staring back at your own face from an awkward and unflattering angle. Redditor pauliwalnuts caught his father making this very mistake during his sister's proposal dinner. Show More Summary
Mr. Forthright is back, and just in the nick of time, with an important Christmas lesson: how to break the news to your kids that Santa isn't real. It's way easier (and more devastating) than you think. Via Tastefully Offensive