A man recounts how he lost his life savings playing a carnival game and all he won was a stuffed banana with dreadlocks.
Basketball legend Michael Jordan gets married, and "Iron Man 3" has a huge overseas debut with $195.3 million in sales.
Google April Fool's prank claims YouTube was one big contest, and Easter bunny pulled over for not wearing a helmet.
Scope launches bacon-flavored mouthwash and model makes waves by wearing a designer dress backwards.
Equal sign shows same-sex marriage support, Nike Tiger Woods ad called 'inappropriate' & Prince William losing his job.
A driver in China is recovering from minor injuries after a light pole smashed through the windshield of his bus.
Why Will Smith said no to "Django Unchained" and doctor in Charlotte, NC says obese plane passengers should pay more.
Woman wrestling gator near school, and actress Tilda Swinton sleeping "on display" at New York's Museum of Modern Art.
Reports say Duchess of Cambridge wants son and William wants daughter, and Greek soccer player banned for Nazi salute.
Trending on the web this morning is news of the first “fan feature” from online crowd funding site Kickstarter and "Pi Day" festivities.
Fans are thrilled that a Kickstarter campaign to bring the short-lived but much-loved TV series "Veronica Mars" to the big screen reached its goal in less than 24 hours. Series creator Rob Thomas and its star Kristen Bell launched the drive yesterday, hoping to raise $2 million over the next month. Thomas says they plan to shoot the film over the summer and release it early next year.
Also, it’s time to get your geek on for “Pi Day”. There'll be "Pi Day" festivities all over the world today, March 14, celebrating the mathematical constant beginning with 3.14. And make sure you eat some actual pie.