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It's only natural to laugh at these photos, from a fox doing a face-plant to a buffalo having a bad day.
The actor also starred in "Weekend at Bernie's," but horror fans know him best for getting a half-bodied zombie to disclose just why the living dead eat brains.
Hole lotta nothing? Turns out the hole, a Black Friday-week stunt, was in Oregon, Illinois, and its short life has now ended.
One board is way too easy. Play like Kirk and Spock and unfold your game across seven boards, four of which are movable.
Everyone's favorite list of all the things that make up everything has just received four new additions.
The actor who plays Bodhi Rook in the upcoming "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" was almost too enthusiastic to be a pilot for the rebellion.
Domino's Japan will transport pizzas by scooter dressed as reindeer rather than actual reindeer after failing to train the animals in proper delivery etiquette.
The Hubble Space Telescope captures a distant supermassive black hole playing with its food and the results are spectacular.
Holiday shopping went to the rodents this week when a store called in the sheriff to take a baffled beaver into custody.
Watch Jyn Erso take on a crowd of Stormtroopers who go down like a bunch of Imperial bowling pins in this new footage from the upcoming "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story."
The coming big-budget movie shot a virtual-reality experience in the middle of filming -- and pushed the limits of VR in the process.
Talk about death to the Empire's budget. A British company runs the numbers, including laundry and light-bulb bills.
The director has put his foot down. Any running away from dinosaurs in the 2018 sequel will have to be done in practical boots.
CNET's Cheapskate Rick Broida has compiled a list of TV shows available on Netflix for download right now. Here's a quick look at 9 shows worth filling the storage space on your device.
In this week's wrap-up, a piece of Android malware compromises user data. Meanwhile, Netflix finally caves and lets customers download video on their mobile devices.