OH NO. This is bad.
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OH NO. This is bad.
After viewers were livid over his questions to a woman accusing Bill Cosby of rape, CNN anchor Don Lemon has apologized.
We can laugh at Kaulana for this hilarious brain fart on 'Wheel of Fortune,' but not for too long.
It's every Apple fan boy's worst nightmare.
Fox's John Lynch accidentally referred to the Microsoft Surface, 'The Official Tablet of the NFL,' as an 'iPad-like tool.'
A hilariously dumb mistake by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office led to TMZ reporting that singer Scott Weiland was in jail for meth.
You can actually purchase a Team England World Cup coffee mug that was made when someone couldn't tell Chris Smalling and Obama apart.
After he and Caroline Wozniacki sent out their wedding invitations, Rory McIlroy suddenly decided he didn't want to get married anymore.
Despite saying that LeBron James would not play if Donald Sterling still owns the Clippers, Roger Mason, Jr. didn't actually mean it.
Carter and Cayden were so excited to deliver breakfast in bed that they (adorably) screwed the whole thing up.
Alison Bologna is the proud new owner of one of the greatest screwups in the history of news bloopers.
While it mostly flew under the radar because of you-know-who, Shaquille O'Neal apologized for mocking a man with Ectodermal Dysplasias.
Let's all offer our condolences to poor Rachel, who became the latest 'Wheel of Fortune' contestant to make a bonehead mistake.
A studio staffer accidentally finds himself in the background of a live shot. HIlarity ensues.
In what probably came as a relief to Heather Childers, Ronan Farrow also confused the NCAA and NAACP on his MSNBC show.
Heather Childers accidentally confused the NCAA with the NAACP when congratulating the UConn Huskies on Fox News this morning.
This Mets headline is a pretty great example of the power of a comma.
With Kentucky headed to the Final Four, Mitch McConnell's team quickly pulled a campaign ad when they realized it featured Duke's 2010 title win.
'Jeopardy!' winner Joe admitted on Reddit yesterday that he isn't ashamed of the brain fart he had in thinking Magic Johnson was an NHL player.
In his attempt to break the world record for the longest car jump, French daredevil Guerlain Chicherit had a little problem sticking the landing yesterday.