It's been one hell of a great beer week for us. We've learned which brews are awesome gifts (and apology presents for grabbing the wrong "Christmas hams" at the office party) and which ale we should choose to celebrate the impending end of the world. Now, we're stoked to bring you the so-called "world's best beer."
This is Matthew McConaughey. We know, right? McConaughey - frequently seen looking quite buff running on the beach - lost 40 pounds to play a man suffering from AIDS for the upcoming indie film 'The Dallas Buyer's Club' and looks almost unrecognizable while filming a scene on the New Orleans set.
At last, what so many of you have been waiting for is here—'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' hits theaters this Friday. It may be a slim week for new releases, but there's at least one more new film to keep you entertained.
There is one business that continues to flourish no matter how unstable the American economy seems to become: prostitution. And while lawmakers are currently struggling to figure out ways to keep the country from tipping right over the fiscal cliff, there are some that believe the solution lies in legalizing and taxing the sex trade.
The CBR is celebrating their 11th anniversary and fans of bull riding can expect the biggest and best event from some of the best riders in the world.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Texas prosecutor responsible for investigating public corruption among state officials says he has opened an investigation into the state's troubled $3 billion cancer-fighting agency
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Nike wants to expand its Oregon operations but wants the government to promise it won't change the state tax code.
Gov. John Kitzhaber says he'll call the Legislature into session Friday to create a law to give Nike its wish
REDFORD, Mich. (AP) — President Barack Obama says he "won't compromise" on his demands that the wealthiest Americans pay more in taxes.
However, Obama held back from directly criticizing Republicans for opposing his tax plans, perhaps signaling that private negotiations over the "fiscal cliff" are showing progress
We're getting down to the Nitty Gritty for football as only two high school teams in the area are on this week's pick em and only five games all together
The Michigan House has voted to approve right-to-work legislation for private-sector workers.