Call it karma!
Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying
Wow, this is great news!
Scientists in Cleveland have discovered a way to provide prosthetics a sense of touch, which is wonderful news for amputees.
The way it works is this: scientists plant electrodes around three main nerves in the test subjects' arm stumps and then a machine
This should help them avoid any further legal troubles!
They each have to pay over $400,000, and neither can pay for the other's fines, according to a new report.
Apparently, this is because everyone is still a little confused about how it is that Joe makes his money, and the judge didn't want Teresa paying for her husband.
We'd actually be really interested in knowing exactly what Joe does too!
Maybe he'll explain it all in their next interview.
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The road to recovery is rarely an easy one!
Amanda Bynes has been in Pasadena's Las Encinas mental facility since last week, but she's still not quite used to it. A source recently talked about how the star is doing, saying
This was so good that we can't believe it took this long to happen!
Bill Hader hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time ever, and he did a fantastic job!
The actor started out by making a longtime dream of his come true in his opening monologue. It required the help of Kristen Wiig too!
And then, Hader reprised his role as Stefon for a segment of Weekend Update! After hearing his big news towards the end, congratulations are definitely in order!
Ch-ch-check out the amazing moments
Ooohhhh no. This is so sad!
A health care worker at Dallas' Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital has tested positive for Ebola, after caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, who was the first person diagnosed with the disease in the U.S.
This is the first known case of Ebola that has been transmitted or contracted in the country, if the preliminary reports are confirmed.
The health care worker's family "requested total privacy," so there are few other details other than that the person reported a fever Friday night, and that they're still waiting on secondary results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.
Don't be too worried though. The Texas Department of State Health Service has said