E*Trade’s famous talking baby is back in their Super Bowl 2012 commercial. This year, the tech-savvy tyke is at the maternity ward with his dad, and the pair are checking out his brand new baby sister. What do you want to bet she has quite the mouth on her too?
We’ve all left a bathroom without realizing we have a piece of toilet paper stuck to our shoe. Dante Autullo of Orland Park, Illinois took that type of embarrassing lack of recognition to an absurd extreme when he left a project he was working on in his garage without realizing he had a nail stuck in his skull.
There have been some pretty memorable television catchphrases, from ‘Dragnet’s’ “Just the facts, ma’am” to ‘South Park’s’ “Oh my God, They Killed Kenny!” But perhaps the small screen’s most famous — and certainly its most uttered — catchphrase is actually more grunt than phrase.
Is there a part of your body you’d like to have rendered bigger or smaller or smoother by way of plastic surgery? According to a new survey, about a quarter of Americans are open to the idea of a bit of nip and tuck.
We’ve all seen the heartwarming videos of soldiers stationed overseas surprising their children stateside with early returns home.
And that’s how this video of Capt. Cherissa Jackson, who had been deployed in Afghanistan, begins, with mom surprising her daughters Anita and Ashley at a Gaitherburg, Maryland Kentucky Fried Chicken. But then it gets even more touching.
We won’t know for almost a month if the Green Bay Packers’ 15-1 season ends with a second straight Super Bowl win, but the team’s continued success has certainly helped it snag the title of America’s most popular football team.
According to a new poll from the Pew Research Center, a solid but decreasing majority of Americans support the death penalty. Of the 2001 adults polled, 63 percent were in favor of capital punishment, whereas 31 percent were opposed.
If Mitt Romney is able to capture the Republican nomination for president there will be much talk about his Mormon faith and whether voters will be willing to pull the lever for someone who belongs to a religion that only about two percent of Americans practice.
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