The Islamic State militant group has released a video purporting to show the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff.
Autonomous cars are taking a capital test drive. How do they hold up to D.C.'s confusing streets?
Also, the Rally Pigeon has returned to Nationals Park, a poodle got stuck in a bathtub drain, and Abercrombie & Fitch is really struggling to market to the cool kids.
Also, the eighth season of "Doctor Who" finally premiered, a reality TV show wants to send people to live on Mars, and someone stole a woman's Obama statue.
Also, Aaron Paul is hosting a scavenger hunt, watch an insane video of a giant grouper fish swallowing a shark whole, and a Florida woman started a "pay-it-forward" chain at Starbucks.
While most parents flood their Facebooks with photos of their children, some are resisting the trend and instead keeping their kids off social media entirely.
Also, an Indian man made a shirt out of gold, Microsoft soon won't support old versions of Internet Explorer, and a man won a police-sponsored doughnut-eating contest before being arrested.
Also, watch Helen Mirren twerk, a pro-guns children's book was just released, and a 90-year-old had a standoff with SWAT.
When a giant crater spanning 200 feet suddenly appeared on the Yamal Peninsula, scientists were mystified. Now, they think they have the answer — and it isn't good.
Also, 'Jeopardy' teen tournament ended in a boring tiebreaker, NASA and William Shatner share Kirk-ish Twitter exchanges, and an overturned semitrailer spilled butter all over the highway.