Kelsey Nichols, his girlfriend and the driver of the car that had allegedly just whizzed past the rock icon, had her doubts -- because why in the world would Bono be hitchhiking on the side of the road?
The food pyramid, which since 1992 has demonstrated the proper amount of grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy and meat a person should consume per day, is no more.
On Thursday, the USDA rolled out the government's new food icon: A plate divided into two larger sections of grains and vegetables, two smaller sections of fruit and protein, with a glass of dairy on the side.
We have all heard the talk that the housing market is in a slump, but when it breaks, boy, will Aaron Spelling's family hit the jackpot.
For the third consecutive year, the late TV magnate's Holmby Hills, California home, dubbed the Manor, tops the list of most expensive homes for sale in the US, as noted by Unique Homes magazine. The 'Beverly Hills, 90210' creator's pad comes with a very Beverly Hills price tag: $150 million.
In an already jam-packed summer movie season, director Matthew Vaughn hopes to impress audiences with his latest movie, 'X-Men: First Class,' a reboot of the Marvel movie series that takes fans back to the beginning (or in this case, the Cold War-era '60s).
Shaquille O'Neal, one of the most dominating and entertaining centers in NBA history, has announced his retirement. Never one to shy from the limelight, the star broke the news in a short video he made.
Doctors say Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter has a form of inoperable brain cancer called glioblastoma. Doctors at Duke University treating the 57-year-old Carter released a statement saying surgery is not a good alternative at this time, although "we discussed an aggressive treatment plan with Mr. Carter and his family, which will include chemotherapy and radiation."
Carter, who just wrapped up his second season as baseball coach at Palm Beach Atlantic University, plans to undergo treatment near his home in Florida.
When it comes to his faltering marriage, you could say Dino Spinelli put some gasoline on the fire when he put some water in the tank.
The 36-year-old Wisconsin man was charged Tuesday for felony criminal damage to property for allegedly filling the gas tank of his wife's car with water last summer. Spinelli was reportedly trying to get back at her because she wanted a separation.
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