Monday, March 1
Jeopardy contestant makes you question if he's really smart.
An Indian man sings his heart out to marry for love.www.robertpopper.com/2010/02/26/ok-time-for-some-proper-music/
A patient with tuberculosis goes crazy while in quarantine.
Someone captures what happens when a tree branch falls on power lines.
Don't combine the exercise ball with a treadmill.
A new app could allow someone to scan your face and learn everything about you.
A brave man rides his motorcycle in a very different way.
Three dogs hit the snow showing off their snowboarding skills.
Tuesday, March 2
A little girl sings her heart out to Kesha's Tik Tok hit.
No one's immune to layoffs including Spiderman.
Moms-to-be show everyone how to do the Prego Shuffle.
A guy pours his heart on in song about living next door to an angel.
The world's largest gummy bear can satisfy the biggest sweet tooth.
A grandmother goes for the ride of her life.
If you want to punch through a stack of bricks, make sure you focus.
A website helps you earn $5 over and over again.
A new app called "Tiger Text" can help you erase those incriminating messages.
Becoming an I-Phone person scares some people.
A YouTube video of a bunny eating a flower has become an internet sensation.
Wednesday, March 3
The Illinois Democratic Party is posting dozens of applications for the unfilled lieutenant governor job online.
Jay Leno's staff is taking drastic measures to get his audience back.
A teen drops some rhymes to cure America of its cussing obsession.
A facebooker rants to his co-workers about the site.
A motorcyclist takes a wild ride on a very narrow mountain road.
"American Idol" judge Simon Cowell's trailer dwarfs the other judges' dressing rooms.
Chicago Band OK-Go's latest video for the song "This Too Shall Pass" is mesmerizing fans.
Hulu loses two popular comedy shows.
A cat just can't win against a balloon.
Some students dance behind their teacher's back before they're caught one by one.
Thursday, March 4
Puerto Rico is requiring all native Puerto Ricans to apply for a new birth certificate to combat identity theft.
The actor who plays "Lost" villian Benjamin Linus starred in a video showing him on the right side of the law 18 years ago.
A mall walker sings about the fun of putting one foot in front of the other.
A professor chases a chicken-suit wearing prankster out of his class.
A new Japanese toy combines a ball with a digital camera.
A creative couple hides their wedding invitation inside a video game.
Switzerland holds elections to appoint special attorneys to represent animals in court.
A guy rides a bike on a treadmill and takes a nasty fall.
A Microsoft exec suggests an internet tax to fight cyber crime.
NASA scientists compile a collection of satellite images creating the clearest image of Earth from space.
A new survey finds the peak of wedded bliss happens pretty early in marriage.
Friday, March 5
Catholic Charities is collecting food and cash donations during March to restock its pantries.
The FDA is recalling a variety of foods with a common flavor-enhancing ingredient linked to salmonella.
Monsters in Japan audition to the song "Thriller."
A "Wheel of Fortune" contestant makes a bad decision.
A newsroom fight breaks out while an anchor reads the news.
A college stepping competition ignites a racial controversy.
A extreme sport lover combines skydiving and kayaking to create skayaking.
A young boy is rejected by a young pianist who ignores his bouquet of flowers.
Dozens of ships are literally getting stuck in the frozen Baltic Sea near Stockholm.
Bo strikes a pose in newly released White House pictures.
Twitter's tweeps help the social networking site hit a milestone.
Canada is considering tweaking its national anthem.
First Published: Mar 1, 2010 5:58 AM CST