Nominees for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's 2014 class have been revealed, and one group stands head and shoulders above all.

Nirvana, the influential grunge rock trio whose first album release came a quarter century ago, is eligible for consideration for the first time in 2014.

Posted in: Music

Instead of boarding the school bus as usual September 10, Rebecca Sedwick changed the name on her cell phone to "That Dead Girl" and sent a text to a friend.

"I'm jumping and I can't take it anymore," the 12-year-old wrote, then proceeded to climb a tower at an abandoned cement plant and leap to her death.

Posted in: Bullying

The Washington association that lobbies for lobbyists feels the group needs some rebranding and wants to change its name to nix the word “lobbyists.”

The leaders of the American League of Lobbyists say their work has evolved, and members do lots more than troll Congress to try to shape legislation.

Posted in: Politics

To protect, serve... and cause a scene?

In a video that was shot this summer by a street vendor in New York City - and which has just gone viral - a police officer shows extreme disrespect for this ice cream seller by doing some kind of dance in front of him and then cursing him out.

Posted in: News

A 55-year old woman who took part in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K on Saturday ended up hanging on for dear life after she got stuck on an open drawbridge in Fort Lauderdale.

The participant - clad in pink - was reportedly making her way home after the event when she somehow ended up dangling from this apparatus, 22 feet above ground.

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The girl known only as "Baby Hope," whose abused, decomposed body was found in an ice chest by the side of a New York roadway in 1991, has been revealed.

She is 4-year-old Anjelica Castillo, and her alleged killer has finally been arrested as well, 22 years later: Conrado Juarez, 52, is the girl's cousin.

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