Although we're not sure that's a good thing. We'll let you judge for yourself.
A high surf advisory was issued for a number of Southern California beaches on Tuesday, and warned that potential breakers of 10 to 15 feet may cause the largest -- and most dangerous -- surf seen in recent years in some areas. The large swells and strong surf creates a potential for rip currents and long shore currents, which could create life-threatening situations for beachgoers.
During his first official visit to the U.S., Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has been speaking out about the need for diversity with U.S. immigration reform policies, and said those who reject diversity and inclusion when it comes to immigration reform will ultimately be "proven wrong."
Former beauty queen Patricia Yurena has unwittingly become a new face for the gay and lesbian community, not only in her native country of Spain, but also around the world after posting a photo of her and her girlfriend on Instagram.
A fast-moving wildfire in Northern California is threatening hundreds of homes as workers push to contain the blaze.
A number of civil rights groups have filed a lawsuit against the federal immigration agency responsible for expediting deportations of Central Americans, claiming that they are denying due process to the women and children who are being detained.
A subglacial eruption is underway at the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland, which has been the subject of a number of alerts after being rattled by thousands of earthquakes over the past week.
There's a good chance this dog hates alarm clocks -- and mornings -- even more than you do. We don't blame her; mornings are the worst.
Former Eastern Michigan University football star turned Oklahoma City Police Officer Daniel Ken Holtzclaw was arrested Thursday on charges of serial rape, after police say he sexually assaulted at least seven women over a six-month period while serving as an on-duty officer.
A photo posted to social media of Paola Builes Arisizabal, the reigning Miss Antioquia, posing in a bikini against a pool table, is causing quite a stir among pageant judges in Colombia. The 21-year-old beauty queen was stripped of her title after photos of Builes Aristizabal in the risqué suit were too much for the judges to handle.
The controversial Texas Governor Rick Perry is making headlines again, this time for stating that ISIS terrorists may be in the United States, and would have entered through Mexico's border. His statements come on the heels of the indictments against the politician last week, and just days after the release of the mugshot heard 'round the world.
A music video response by the cousin of Ezell Ford, the unarmed black man fatally shot in South Los Angeles by LAPD officers, has prompted the LAPD police union to call for police to be on heightened alert, as they are concerned for officers' safety.
In news that will make you question ever stepping foot into Florida's ocean again, a group of fisherman off the coast shot this crazy (and slightly horrifying) video of a massive prehistoric-looking fish swallowing a 4-foot shark in a single bite. What? Not terrified yet? Well, wait a minute. It's coming.
Jackass star and apparent PETA member Steve-O released a video on YouTube recently that shows him defacing a San Diego freeway sign, slightly altering the off-ramp with what appears to be a canvas sign and some tape, to say “Sea World Sucks.” And while the video may be slightly hilarious to the controversial star's audience, it seems authorities may not agree.
A California Highway patrolman who was caught on tape savagely beating a homeless woman as she walked barefoot along a Los Angeles freeway has been relieved of his duties, and may face serious criminal charges, the CHP announced Wednesday.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.