Actress Amanda Bynes has recently been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. A.J. Hammer tracks her fall from grace.
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.
Trending on the web this morning is an update on displeasing news for fans of one of television’s hottest shows, and the new Miami Dolphins logo splashing in South Florida.
"Breaking Bad" returns this summer for the series' final eight episodes, but it was recently reported that star Bryan Cranston had a top-secret script from one of the upcoming final episodes stolen when a thief broke into his car near where the series is shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Although a suspect has been arrested, it appears the script is still missing. Now—we're hearing Cranston's 9-1-1 call to police.
And the new Miami Dolphins team logo is getting lots of buzz. The team officially confirmed the new logo after it was leaked and appeared on NFL.com. It features a helmet-free dolphin and the team will official unveil it at the start of the NFL draft.
The New York International Auto Show gets rolling tomorrow. Over the next 10 days, about a million people will get a chance to see all the latest models, everything from exotic cars to concept cars and more.
About 60 new automobiles will be introduced and Zoraida Sambolin had a chance to get an early test drive of sorts through the show.
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.