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Kurt Cobain's credit card is up for sale

Even the grungiest rock stars have owned credit cards. Now, fans of Nirvana have the chance to have the gold-colored Visa that belonged to deceased front man Kurt Cobain.

Hollywood's leading women fight back

At the 2014 Academy Awards, Best Actress winner Cate Blanchett railed at Hollywood's predilection for male-centric filmmaking, sparking a debate about women in film that sent ripples throughout the industry.

Giuliani stands by Obama comments

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said his office has received death threats since his controversial comments accusing President Barack Obama of not loving America.

The planet you've probably never heard of--- until today!

Way out beyond Mars, but before you get to Jupiter, is a planet. You read that right. There's a planet between Mars and Jupiter.

Photos of 2 small Pluto moons open the door to a new vastness

Two white specks appearing next to Pluto in the blackness of space may look like faint blips on a screen. Don't be fooled.

Rap star Vanilla Ice: Burglary arrest 'blown out of proportion'

Out on bail, rapper Vanilla Ice said the burglary and grand theft charges he's facing is a misunderstanding.

'Nightmare' superbug kills 2, 179 others to be screened

The term "nightmare bacteria" does not bode well for anyone who may get infected.

Walmart to pay workers well above minimum wage

Walmart, the frequent focus of advocates for low-wage workers, is giving its lowest-paid workers a raise.

Beyonce fans swarm after unretouched photos surface

Beyonce's army of fans call themselves the BeyHive, and at any perceived insult to Queen Bey, they swarm.

Brian Williams' daughter: "I can't wait until he's back on TV"

In the first public comments from any member of Brian Williams' family since the NBC anchorman's suspension, his daughter Allison Williams shared her own story from the outset of the Iraq War and said "I can't wait until he&#39