Thursday, March 17, 2011

Pink on her new hairdo: 'I hate it'

Pink (Amy Graves/ 

 The singer says the woman who did her hair "butchered it," and fans seem to agree.

Randy Moss professes love for NFL team

Randy Moss (Photo by Ronald C. Modra/Sports Imagery/Getty Images) 

 The outspoken receiver, a free agent, heaps praise on a star QB and head coach.

Golden discovery draws loads of onlookers

Giant gold nugget (AP video) 

A Calif. man finds a nugget of precious metal on his property that's the size of a newborn.

March Madness gets its first big upset

Morehead State guard Terrance Hill (11) and Morehead State guard Lamont Austin (10) react at the end of the first half against Louisville during a Southwest Regional second round NCAA tournament college basketball game, Thursday, March 17, 2011, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)  

Morehead State, seeded just 13th, scores in the final seconds to pull off a shocker.

Worker's blog a glimpse into ravaged plant

Smoke billows from the No. 3 unit of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant. (AP/Tokyo Electric Power Co.) 

A female employee captures the chaos and heroic efforts inside Fukushima after the tsunami struck.

Why this former heiress faces foreclosure

Patricia Kluge 

 Once married to the world's richest man, Patricia Kluge watches a bank yank her 200-acre estate.

The top graduate schools in the U.S.

Stanford campus.  (iStockphoto) 

These programs are the best of the best for business, law, medicine, education, and engineering.

Contestant makes 'American Idol' history

Casey Abrams (Screengrab/FOX) 

Casey Abrams is the first finalist in 10 seasons to cover Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit."

The 11 worst places to find work in America

Unemployed Diana Jackson holds up sign looking for work in construction during a workers rally outside of a construction zone in San Francisco, Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)  

One metro area lost 17,000 jobs last year and may face rough times until 2013.

Unlucky planning leads to odd HS forfeit

Wisconsin girl's basketball team forced to forfeit for odd reason. 

A basketball team's surprising playoff run comes to an abrupt end after a big tournament win.

Big-name NFL players could jump leagues

Jason Babin #93 of the Tennessee Titans. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images) 


Sack expert Jason Babin may be the first of many players to join a new football league.

NBA players pay to save coach's life

Los Angeles Clippers head coach Kim Hughes. 

After the Clippers decline to cover the cost of Kim Hughes's cancer surgery, four players step up.

Dog in Japan won't abandon ailing friend

Dog survivor of tsunami. (YouTube) 

Amid the tsunami devastation, one loyal canine refuses to leave his companion's side.

Pepsi loses its pop in cola wars

A Pepsi delivery worker delivers varioius drinks to a restaurant in Pacifica, Calif., Thursday, July 12, 2006. PepsiCo Inc., the No. 2 soft-drink maker, said second-quarter profit jumped 14 percent, helped by sales of non-carbonated beverages. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma) 

 For years, the top-selling carbonated drinks in the U.S. were Coca-Cola and Pepsi, but not anymore.

Kate Middleton's see-through dress sold

ST.ANDREWS, SCOTLAND - MARCH 26, 2002: (FILE PHOTO)  Kate Middleton models on the catwalk at a student fashion show  attended by Prince William, on March, 26, 2002 in St.Andrews, Scotland. (Photo by M Neilson/Getty Images) Kate Middleton 

 A provocative frock that may have attracted a prince is sold at auction.

Awkward moment for ESPN announcer

ESPN's Doug Gottlieb ( 

Doug Gottlieb is on live TV when something funny causes him to become embarrassed.