Chevron apologizes to the residents of a small Pennsylvania town for its fracking, proceeds to buy them a large pizza and a 2-liter bottle of cola.
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Oh cool, Ragnarok, the Viking apocalypse, is upon us.
Porn producers and filmmakers are now resorting to CGI'd members to circumvent condom laws target="external".
Salt shipment intended to melt ice and snow in New Jersey turned away because the ship that was carrying it didn't have the United States flag. MUUUURKAHHHH!
Would you care to have some nightmares? If so, check out the works of this artist who makes busts out of discarded children's toys.
The reason behind ABBA's ostentatious and horrific outfits? Legal tax evasion.
What the Florida?! Man arrested for offering $100 on Facebook to anyone who killed the police officer that pulled him over.
What the Florida?!, Part Dos: Miami artist smashes Ai Wei Wei vase as a political statement, doesn't realize that the Chinese arts is rooted in political statements and that it's worth $1 million.
"How to Be Ruthless" by Frank Underwood:
Snapchat is for more than just sexting. It can now be used to recruit college athletes.
Authorities in Chicago are worried that the highly invasive Asian Carp will ruin the ecosystem of Lake Michigan. One solution officials are proposing? Making them into burgers.
Fidel Martinez is an editor at Fusion.net. He's also a Texas native and a lifelong El Tri fan.