Escape Fail of the Day: Perp Crashes Getaway Car, Demolishes Building

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I guess you could call this Car-ma?

A woman in Kansas City drove a stolen SUV into a building last week while being chased by police.

Not only did she crash, but she also took most of the building down with her.

She survived the incident, and the building was vacant so no one else was hurt.

Video Game Fail of the Day: Epic ‘GTA V’ Traffic Jam

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If you thought your commute to work Monday morning was bad, take a look at this.

Here's what happened to one "Grand Theft Auto V" player when he left the game for a few minutes to go grab some food.

Never before has such horrific violence been so hilarious.

Thanksgiving Anthem of the Day: The Women of SNL are ‘Back Home Ballers’

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Cameron Diaz hosted SNL on Saturday for its Thanksgiving episode, and this might be the best skit of the night.

With the help of Diaz, the women on the cast performed a song about being back home with your parents for the holiday, and - you know - mooching, napping and eating way too much food out of bowls.

News Bloopers of the Day: Snow + Reporters = LOL

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Snow news is good news, right?

After this week's Snowmageddon in Buffalo, here's a nice collection of snow-related news bloopers to keep you entertained while you thaw.

Animal of the Day: Epic Ferret Jump Fail

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So sad, yet so cute.

Watch this ferret totally try to steal the spotlight from all those clumsy cats.

Show 'em how it's done ferret!

Sports Video of the Day: Watch This Boxer Uppercut a Fan

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In October, heavyweight boxer Deontay Wilder posted on his Facebook page that he would fight a fan if he got 5,000 followers.

Well, it finally happened this week, and Wilder did as promised.

Best social media campaign ever?

Science of the Day: Mythbusters Explain Gorilla Glass in Promo for Corning

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Corning, the company that makes the glass used on many smartphones, has hired the Mythbusters as pitchmen to explain the technology behind their product and of course, try to smash it.

In the videos, they dub this era "The Glass Age," and go into a bit about the history of the material.

They also discuss a new thinner and more flexible glass product called Willow Glass, which is expected to be incorporated into products for consumers in 2016.

You can watch Part 2 below: