Mila Kunis just popped, and we could not be happier!
Mama Nature News Archive
It’s like Momma Nature just hates music or something!
Philadelphia had one of the most epic lineups for the Made in America festival this weekend, but it was almost cancelled because of thunderstorms!
At about 6:15 pm, people were told over the speakers to evacuate the site, but to remain calm.
The City of Philadelphia, Roc Nation and Live Nation all okay-ed the decision to have everyone leave momentarily, before being told they could go back in an hour later.
The festival’s official Twitter kept fans informed throughout the unexpected exodus, saying
Oh CNN… what's happening over there??
LOLz, we like to tease those over at the world's oldest
and most well-respected cable news network, but this time they really screwed the pooch!
Most folks celebrated the extra-long holiday weekend with delicious food, extra naps, and perhaps a frosty adult beverage, but avid readers of CNN.com were perhaps not quite so lucky!
That's because the online new outlet published a user-submitted article stating that a huge friggin' asteroid was headed straight for the Earth and there was a 49% chance mankind would be wiped out in approximately 27 years.
The story, which ran for over 24 hours, warned:
These Guys Were Nearly Devoured By A Deadly Tornado! See The Death-Defying Video Of Their Escape HERE!!
Whoa!! We haven't seen an oilman participate in something this intense since Daniel Day Lewis went bowling in There Will Be Blood!
It all started on Monday when a group of North Dakota oil workers, who were hopefully barbecuing up something delicious to commemorate Memorial Day, spotted a vicious and deadly tornado heading right toward their camp!
What did they do? Well, the same thing everyone would do in that situation! They hauled ass out of there!
A fleeing passenger even turned on his video camera and document the group's narrow escape!
Ch-ch-check out the horrifying and Not Safe For Listening To At Work (staring death in the eye apparently causes one to curse like a sailor on leave, LOLz) video…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Deadly storms rolled through the Great Plains and Southern U.S. over the weekend, leaving a path of destruction in their wake.
Violent hail and multiple tornados touched down in parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri. The death toll tragically has climbed to 18 this morning.
16 of those deaths occurred in the suburbs of Little Rock, an Arkansas official confirmed. The twister carved an 80-mile path of destruction just north of the state’s capital. One person died in Oklahoma and another in Keokuk County, Iowa.
One tornado that hit Arkansas destroyed a brand new, $14 million school that was set to open this fall. Now, there is nothing left but debris.
Vilonia Schools Superintendent Frank Mitchell explained:
More like the amazing
hairless man, LOLz!!
Cameras caught Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, and other cast and crew members from Amazing Spider-Man 2 giving back to the community on Monday. The group went to San Francisco and helped plant some trees and stuff with a few local charities in honor of Earth Day!
Yay! A holiday to celebrate Mother Earth! She's been so kind to us, she deserves it!
Since our super-seXXXy hero was there partaking in a perfectly philanthropic deed for his fellow dudes and dudettes, it would be rude to say anything negative about his new haircut, but wowie-zowie Andy shaved it all off!!!!
We aren't sure if it was a move designed to beat the heat while he was digging irrigation systems and such, or if it's for an upcoming role, or WHAT, but it's gone! Gone!! Maybe he
Beds all over SoCal were rockin’ on Friday night, but not because it was sexytime.
It was earthquake time! Again!
The 5.1 quake happened in La Habra but was felt all over the place by thousands, including celebs!
Here’s what some of them were thinking about the shaker
This is so sad!
Two courageous firefighters were killed today while trying to put out a 9-alarm Brownstone fire in Boston that wound up sending at least 18 people to the hospital.
The deadly blaze, which broke out in the city's densely populated Back Bay neighborhood, started in the basement of a four-story brick row house and spread quickly thanks to unusually strong 40 miles per hour winds.
The details surrounding these two heroic first responders' deaths are still murky, but officials admit multiple firefighters were at one point trapped in the building.
Sam Wallace, an onlooker and the president of the Back Bay Neighborhood Association, says he saw an explosion shortly after the house caught on fire.
He described the horrible ordeal: