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The 10 biggest college football scandals of the last 10 years
Sports Illustrated has documented explosive allegations against the Oklahoma State University football program, including alleged drug use by players, payments to players and academic misconduct. Will this ultimately rank as one of college football's biggest scandals? We count down the sport’s top 10 scandals of the past 10 years:
VIDEO: Vocal impressionist Christina Bianco goes viral with diva-singing marathon
Over a million YouTube views has thrusted yet another viral star into the limelight. In this case, we're talking about a singing phenom who can take on the role of just about any pop diva you can think of. New York native Christina Bianco is a Broadway actress from the Bronx and it's what she can do with her voice that has sent YouTube in a tizzy.
VIDEO: Thousands audition for a once in a lifetime trip to Mars
Thousands of people have sent in audition tapes to get a shot at a trip to Mars.
VIDEO: Man mocked by police after tweeting plea for weed
A Toronto man was mocked by local police online after he tweeted a plea, asking for weed to be delivered to his job at a Mr. Lube garage.
Batman wannabe arrested for scaring his neighbors
Todd Kapcsos said he wanted to be the 'Dark Knight' of Moxham, the neighborhood in Johnstown, Pa., that fittingly bears a name similar to the fictional home of the original caped crusader.
VIDEO: Amazing photo of fish eaten by shark eaten by bigger shark
Researchers captured this photo of a fish being eaten by a shark, then being eaten by a bigger shark.
VIDEO: Facebook makes users feel worse, study says
A study by researchers at the University of Michigan is adding to the stack of studies that say Facebook makes its users feel bad about themselves.
How Coke won the cola wars
The inspired Pepsi Challenge marketing campaign of the 1980s was my childhood introduction to one of the fundamentals of scientific inquiry: the double-blind experiment.
VIDEO: Cop rescues 100 baby sea turtles at Florida resort
A police officer in Sarasota, Florida made a once-in-a-lifetime animal rescue when he saved about 100 endangered sea turtles trapped in a resort parking lot.
Waking up tired? Blame electricity
Our internal clocks are drifting out of sync, and indoor lighting may be to blame. A new study suggests that just a few days in the great outdoors puts us back in tune with the solar cycle, and reconnecting with the sun could make us less drowsy.
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