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Here are some photos of Michael's first appearance on ABC's "General Hospital." He shot these scenes in mid-August to coincide with a special guest appearance by Academy Award nominee James Franco. The air dates of his shows will be in late September.
April 15, 2009. Garf was there.
The world is full of pricey sports memorabilia -- but would you buy a baseball card signed by Barry Bonds with the slogan "Say No to Drugs"?
The 1987 card is up for bids on eBay -- with an asking price of $100,000. The irony, of course, is that Bonds has long been suspected of using all sorts of performance-enhancing drugs later in his career.
A 16-year-old student from Florida’s Bartow High School will be tried as an adult on two felony charges after conducting a “work bomb” science experiment on campus.
Gawker reports student Kiera Wilmot was mixing household chemicals in a plastic bottle on school grounds when the experiment went south, causing the top of the bottle to fly off and smoke to billow. No damage was caused and no injuries were sustained.
Kiera told police that she was doing a science experiment, but her teacher told police she didn’t assign such a project. While the school principal Ron Pritchard has Kiera’s back, claiming she’s a “good kid,” she was expelled nonetheless, and will be forced to complete her diploma through an expulsion program. The local school district released a statement saying it had no choice but to uphold its code of conduct rules. Kiera was charged with possession/discharge of a weapon on school grounds and discharging a destructive device.
Ever wonder how many of your neighbors are on food stamps. Check out this interactive map of Texas. You will be surprised.
Sun Sports reporter Kelly Nash almost got her pretty face messed up this past weekend. She was standing on the left field "green monster" wall in Boston's Fenway Park when an errant batting practice home run ball whizzed right by her noggin.
Greatest self-portrait of all-time?
Big news, certainly, but is this a big deal?
Here is the behind-the-scenes story of how Sports Illustrated broke the story, courtesy of Deadspin.com.
Mike Tyson believes Liverpool striker Luis Suarez will make up with Branislav Ivanovic -- just as the former world boxing champion did with Evander Holyfield. Suarez is facing an extended ban from the Football Association for biting Chelsea defender Ivanovic on the arm in Sunday's 2-2 draw at Anfield.
Tyson was involved in similar controversy when he bit off a chunk of Evander Holyfield's ear in the WBA heavyweight title fight between the two in 1997. The two U.S. fighters have since settled their differences. and Tyson is confident Suarez and Ivanovic will do the same. He told the David Glenn radio show: "He (Suarez) bit someone, it happens. I am sure he will make amends with this guy. I made amends with Evander and we got on with our lives." Tyson started to follow Suarez on Twitter when he heard of the weekend incident. He added: "I saw this guy (Suarez) on the Twitter thing and thought I would check it out and see what his journey was all about." Suarez, who has been fined by Liverpool, called Ivanovic late on Sunday to apologize for his actions.