MUST SEE: Teen's Celebration After Being Accepted To HarvardThe teen's acceptance celebration has become an instant hit online, with over 240,000 views on YouTube since it was posted on Dec. 13.
6-Year-Old YouTube Star Earns $11 Million Reviewing ToysRyan ToysReview started in 2015 when the boy was only four -- it now has over 10 million subscribers.
WATCH: Filmmaker's Spoof Used Car Ad Goes Viral, Price SoarsThe video has already been viewed nearly 4 million times and Greenie's original eBay auction exploded with more than a hundred bids.
VIDEO: Jimmy John's Employee Completely Calm During Armed RobberyThe crystal-clear video, posted Thursday, shows the suspect placing his order with an employee at the cash register before pulling a gun out of his hoodie pocket, demanding all the money from the register.
VIDEO: Wainwright Says His Curveball is Back, Thanks to a 2013 YouTube Video of HimselfWainwright's breaking ball was once the most dangerous in MLB, and he says he has found it again.
Kids Are Skipping The Orthodontist, Making Their Own BracesThe do-it-yourselfers are using rubber bands, dental floss, paper clips and fishing line.
Heart-Stopping Video Shows 2-Year-Old Trying to Save His BrotherThe brother works for 2 minutes to find a way to get a fallen dresser off his twin.
Schlafly Requests People Stop Abusing Her 'Personal Property'Phyllis Schlafly stated in a YouTube video that using her name, likeness, writings or the word "eagle" were her "personal property" and should not be used without her consent.
SIU-Carbondale Chancellor Condemns Racist VideoThe leader of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale is threatening legal action and condemning an anonymous YouTube video that calls for the lynching and beating of black students.
Pittsburgh Investigating Police Takedown Of Cubs FanVideo surfaced online after last week's NL wildcard game
6 Best Halloween Makeup Instructional VideosPair that Halloween costume with the perfect makeup with the help of these YouTube instructional videos.
7 Best Books Written By Internet CelebritiesThere used to be a day when celebrities were movie stars and rock stars. The World Wide Web changed everything and created a whole new brand of star: the Internet sensation.

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