'Fast Five' kicked into high gear at the weekend box office.
The action-packed sequel, the fifth in the 'Fast and the Furious' franchise, took in a whopping $83.6 million, setting a record for the best April opening ever. (April's previous owner was fittingly 2009's 'Fast and Furious, with $71 million.)
'Fast Five's' impressive debut was more than enough to dethrone last weekend's box office champ, 'Rio,' which this week earned a steady $14.4 million, putting it past the $100 million mark.
The ongoing debate over free speech just got a whole lot weirder.
According to the NY Post, library officials in New York claim that adults who want to browse Internet porn at their local branches are actually free to do so. In fact, it's protected under a person's First Amendment rights -- assuming, of course, that the adult content is legal.
There was a major thunderstorm that raged through New York City on Tuesday night. The rain came pouring down and the thunder slammed loudly throughout the night.
A lot of dogs were hiding under beds, children were scared, and adults were pretending not to be. The storm was so crazy that New York's most famous landmark, The Empire State Building, was struck by lightning at least three times -- and even cooler than that, it was caught on video!
Watch it happen, along with nine more lightning-strike videos of famous buildings after the jump.
Talk about a bizarre chain of events: Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage was arrested early Saturday morning in New Orleans on charges of public drunkenness, disturbing the peace and domestic abuse battery.
The arrest stemmed from an argument Cage had with his wife, Alice, about the location of the house they were renting.
According to a statement from the New Orleans Police Department, "Cage and his wife were standing in front of a residence that he insisted was the property the couple was renting. She disagreed, and Cage grabbed her by the upper arm and pulled her to what he believed was the correct address. There were no signs of injury on his wife's arm."
Referee Manfred Küchle stopped a WBO super-middleweight title fight between Robert Stieglitz and Khoren Gevor in 10th round after he ruled that Gevor had intentionally head-butted Stieglitz, opening a gash above his right eye.
Gevor was disqualified for his illegal move, which didn't sit well the Armenian-German, who tracked Küchler down in the corner of the ring after the match was declared and began throwing punches at the referee.
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