A person can feel only sad, happy, afraid or angry, according to a recent study; a new video by Brigham Young University-Idaho warns about the "grave peril" that masturbation poses; meanwhile, Google is "setting itself up to own the 21st century." These discoveries and more after the jump.
During debate Monday on a House bill that would ban virtually all abortions starting 20 weeks after conception, Rep. Michael Burgess, a Republican from Texas, made what likely amounts to be the most absurd argument ever for why the country should outlaw the medical procedure.
During periodic interviews in which church elders asked Adam Streeter whether he touched himself, the boy endured the agony of being forbidden to be fully himself.
The last couple of weeks have been eventful for the folks behind the Invisible Children charity, what with the near-instant worldwide fame that came from their "Kony 2012" viral video campaign and the ensuing backlash. Now a strange new development has occurred.
Piers Morgan is going to have trouble replacing Larry King if he can't get his guests to sit sill. Tea party sensation Christine O'Donnell grew increasingly uncomfortable with the CNN host Wednesday, finally walking off the air rather than respond to a question about whether she supports gay marriage.
Tuesday's primaries brought a couple of surprising results, such as the voting victories of problematic e-mail forwarding enthusiast Carl Paladino in New York and anti-masturbation crusader Christine O'Donnell in Delaware. What are we to make of these people?
The 91-year-old actor sent the cast of "Fox and Friends" into a juvenile tizzy this week when he revealed the key to his longevity: "I masturbate a lot." Don't snicker. The health benefits of autoeroticism have been well documented, yet modesty prevents many adults from discussing such matters.