Saturday, March 19, 2011

TV reporter's close call with an SUV

Screenshot from 10News Sports, San Diego, CA  

A live report on San Diego State's tourney win turns into a scary situation when a car approaches.

13 things your barista won’t tell you

Woman standing beside espresso machine  (Photo by Jupiterimages) 

"If you’re not at Starbucks, don’t order like you are," says one cafe employee.

Signs your partner may be cheating

Photo by Thinkstock 


If your mate discloses (and justifies) past betrayals, pay attention.

Tiger Woods's ex-wife buys pricey mansion

Elin Nordegren (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)  


Elin Nordegren's beach-front property in Florida reportedly dwarfs the golfer's new bachelor pad.

New 'Wonder Woman' costume revealed

Andrianne Palicki   

A photo is released of star Adrianne Palicki dressed for her role as the Amazonian superhero.

TV's biggest money makers

'Two and a Half Men' (CBS) 

The troubled hit "Two and a Half Men" is a distant No. 2 to another multi-million dollar show.

Radiation found on farms near reactor

Evacuees from Futaba, Fukushima Prefecture, arrive at their new evacuation shelter at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, northern Tokyo, Japan Saturday, March 19, 2011. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko) 

Japanese officials have found high levels of radiation in food near the crippled nuclear plant.

International forces launch Libya mission

Libyan rebels celebrate on top of burning cars after Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's forces were pushed back from Benghazi, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 19, 2011. 

French warplanes soared over Libya as Gadhafi’s forces tried to push into Benghazi.

Nine time-tested American beauty products

Cosmetics (Photo by Thinkstock) 


You can find many of these cosmetics at the drugstore for as little as $2.

How Japan's crisis can hurt U.S. economy

Japanese and U.S. flags (L-R) Japanese flag (MJ Kim/Getty Images); US flag (Scott Boehm/Getty Images) 

A new recession is doubtful, but shortages and a bumpy stock market seem likely.

Rare fluke gives rise to 'supermoon'

A plane flies across the moon (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)  

A mix of illusion and reality this weekend will create the biggest full moon in 18 years.

Radiation found on farms near reactor

An aerial view shows damage sustained to the No. 4 reactor (C) at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex (Reuters/TEPCO) 

Japanese officials have found high levels of radiation in food near the crippled nuclear plant.

Gadhafi forces assault rebel stronghold

A huge explosions is seen over the outskirts of Benghazi after a plane of Gadhafi's forces was shot down over eastern Libya. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus) 

Libyan forces strike at the heart of the rebellion, defying international demands for a cease-fire.