From Joe Friday & Yeager's Sweet Love, from Krispy Kreme @ Penn and Memorial on Valentine's Day 2013.
We may have reached the bacon apex, as hard as that is to believe.
The “Bacon Weave Taco” is a taco shell made entirely out of bacon – which probably makes Taco Bell and their Doritos Locos Tacos very jealous.
The folks that run DudeFoods.com have posted instructions on how to make the pork-laden shell, which was inspired by their recent "Bacon Weave Quesadilla." It only takes about 30 minutes to make, which seems like a small price to pay for such a great combination of foods.
O.J. Simpson testified Wednesday in Las Vegas about why he should be granted a new trial for his kidnapping and armed robbery convictions.
O.J. insists that his old attorney, Yale Galanter, didn't adequately represent him during the 2008 trial. The football legend told the court that Galanter had advised him that he could use some force to reclaim personal items from sports memorabilia dealers as long as he didn't trespass. He said he believed the items were stolen and he wanted to give them to his children someday.
The football legend is serving a 33-year prison sentence and is eligible for parole in 2017.
Candice Glover and Kree Harrison went head-to-head before a crowd of 7,000 at L.A.’s Nokia Theater.
•23-year-old Glover did Adele’s “Chasing Pavements,” Ben E. King’s “I Who Have Nothing” and the potential future single “I Am Beautiful.”
•22-year-old Harrison performed Sarah McLaughlan’s “Angel,” Patty Griffin’s “Up to the Mountain” and the single “All Cried Out.”
•Carly Rae Jepsen dropped by to perform “Take a Picture,” a collaboration between Jepsen and Idol fans.
•Thursday’s results show features Adam Lambert, ex-judge Jennifer Lopez, The Band Perry, Frankie Valli and Korean pop star Psy.
How much would you spend to see Bea Arthur's golden girls? If you're an art collector, it would be $1.9 million.
The oil painting "Bea Arthur Naked," by John Currin, sold at auction Wednesday night for that staggering price tag. It was expected to fetch between $1.8 million and $2.5 million.
Portrait of topless Bea Arthur sells for $1.9 million.
In hopes of quieting the scandal surrounding the deadly terrorist attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, the White House released more than 100 pages of e-mails on Wednesday.
The correspondences show the CIA, State Department and the White House went back and forth to draft the talking points to explain the events that took place on September 11th of last year.
Republicans have pointed the finger at the Obama administration for not beefing up security prior to the attack, their poor response to the incident and then misleading the public about the episode as to not affect Obama's quest for re-election.
White House spokesman Eric Schultz said, "Collectively, these e-mails make clear that the inter-agency process, including the White House's interactions, were focused on providing the facts as we knew them based on the best information available at the time and protecting an ongoing investigation."
A least three people were killed and more than 100 injured on Wednesday night when an apparent tornado ripped through north Texas.
According to reports, the twister touched down several times, including in Hood, Tarrant, Dallas and Parker counties. In Granbury, Hood County sheriff's office spokeswoman Kathy Jividen said that there were "multiple fatalities" as a result of the storm.
MedStar Mobile Healthcare spokesman Matt Zavadsky said at least 100 people were injured and in some regions, entire neighborhoods were destroyed.
President Obama promised Wednesday that those at the IRS who were involved in targeting conservative groups will be held accountable. He backed up those words by adding that Treasury Secretary Jack Lew had accepted the resignation of acting IRS Commissioner Steve Miller.
The president said that the alleged "misconduct" reported in the IRS Inspector General's report that was released on Tuesday is "inexcusable."
According to reports, two "rogue" employees in the IRS's Cincinnati office were chiefly responsible for giving intense scrutiny to conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, a congressional source told CNN.
Obama added, "Americans have a right to be angry about it, and I'm angry about it." He also vowed that new guideline will be established so that "this doesn't happen again."