By Robert Evans Published: July 29th, 2014 We've told a lot of stories about badass soldiers on modern battlefields. It's inherently cool to be someone who has survived whizzing bullets and bursting artillery, and it's inherently cooler to be someone who looked out at all that modern murder t
Elvis Presley said we could do what we want, but lay off of his blue suede shoes. That won't be a problem at the first-ever Graceland-hosted auction of King memorabilia next month. The lyrical footwear is not on sale — but fans shouldn't despair.
Washington Redskins vice president and general manager Bruce Allen said quarterback Robert Griffin III should not have opened the season as the starter a year ago, not because his knee wasn't ready but rather because of his game.
Alissa Chavez, a high school senior, has a patent for a device she calls "The Hot Seat," a pad placed inside a child's car seat or booster seat.
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga rolled into the TODAY plaza with style — in a Rolls Royce — to make a big announcement: Their long-awaited jazz album, "Cheek to Cheek," will be released on Sept. 23. The superstars, who have 22 Grammys between them, also unveiled the video for their take on Cole Porter's "Anything Goes," their first single from the album.
Welcome to the Museo Subacuático de Arte, the world's first underwater museum created by British sculptor Jason deCairnes Taylor with the idea to make art and marine environment interact. He covers his exhibits in cement that attracts coral growth, then submerges them to the ocean floor, letting tropical coral overtake their surface and eventually form a new reef.
News is surfacing that Phoenix Suns forward P.J. Tucker was arrested for a DUI in May. provides the details of the incident: Tucker's blood alcohol content registered at .201 on a preliminary breath test in the field on May 10, according to Scottsdale police. A driver is considered legally drunk for a DUI charge in Arizona at .08 blood-alcohol content. A blood test administered after Tucker was...