Ernest Valdes stands on top of the ring's ropes and uses his championship belt as a mirror. He primps into the gold plastic's reflection, making sure his hair -- oil-spill slick with leave-in conditioner -- is perfectly in place. Lil Jon's "Turn Down for What" blasts through the speakers of the Port ... More >>
In last week's cover story, we looked at why reef-building corals are being plundered from the South Pacific and sent to the shores of Florida. But the curio trade isn't the only industry fueling the death of coral. For centuries, jewelry makers have harvested precious red a ... More >>
Last week we delivered the joyous news that the DIY Network has opted to renew the Vanilla Ice Project for a third season. Phew. Since then, Vanilla Ice's Twitter feed suggests that he's riding out some sort of eco-minded, juggalo-fueled renaissance that could possibly include ... More >>
It's the round-up time of the year. To kick off the a.m., we've culled the national stories on Clean Plate Charlie that got the most clicks for 2011. Read on for everything from the riveting to the ridiculous!
When Coca-Cola decided to team with the World Wildlife Fund to raise money for endangered polar bears, who would have thought there would be backlash?
Fake? Sure. But the blood is real, the headaches are vicious, and that VCR somebody just bashed you with is made out of steel.
Proposed payment of millions to a wealthy clan amounts to nothing more than stealing from taxpayers for the Bush boys' political gain
Family dysfunction in Coral Springs means body slams, barbed wire, and thumbtacks in the head
The recent bust of a Hollywood importer sheds light on an illegal reptile trade that has adventurous smugglers making easy money