A “Call Me Maybe” parody inviting Adrian Peterson to a school in Rosemount has more than 280,000 hits on YouTube. But today, it got results.
When Kevin Olusola posted a video on YouTube celloboxing (beat-boxing while playing the cello), it got thousands of views and instantly went viral. Among the people who saw the video was a three-person a capella group in Arlington, Texas.
While P.O.S. will perform his First Avenue show on Oct. 26, he will cancel the remainder of his fall tour due to his failing kidneys.
The man who was involved in a controversial Youtube video involving two St. Paul Police officers, and who pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from incidents with his girlfriend, has been sent back to the workhouse.
You’ve been waiting for an October Surprise….Well here it is! The Return Of The Video Smackdown! Check out the videos and vote by clicking the link!
Romney looks to come back from 47% don’t pay taxes remarks and attacks on China trade. But Romney has so many vulnerabilities on China it is hard to understand why he would pick this issue.
Haven’t these proposals gone too far? Now one guy plays a trick on his girlfriend while in an airplane. Check out the video.
A group of Minnesota YouTubers hope their parody of the South Korean pop hit “Gangnam Style” makes it big. Their song, called “Minnesota Style,” has received more than 116,000 views as of Monday afternoon.
Some pranksters in Amsterdam got a hold of an iPhone 5 and did a small test. What happens when you glue the phone in the street for any person to try and take? Watch the […]
Two trucks collide in Russia. One driver is thrown through the windshield. He lands on his feet and walks away. All this caught on a dashboard camera. See the video.
The fallout from the release of the secretly taped Mitt Romney video continues. While Romney continues to stand by his comments about the 47 percent of Americans who do not pay income taxes, privately and in some cases publicly, Republican analysts continue to express concerns about the damage to his campaign.
We’ve seen the popularity of cat videos on YouTube. Here is the latest addition, a cat eating with a fork! What? See the video.
One reporter in Colorado tries to make a joke, instead he makes a toddler cry. Reporter fail…Check out the video.
Details are emerging about the California man who made the YouTube video that is being blamed for inciting anti-American protests around the world.
Should the US government be able to remove web videos?