Sometimes an idea not only takes hold but also takes off.
Every picture tells a story from the past week in the entertainment world.
Forget your average April Fool's Day tricks, these hoaxes fooled millions and went down as the biggest hoaxes in history.
Baseball parks around the country are known for classic foods like hot dogs but also for off-the-beaten-track cuisine.
Divas and dudes of the WWE flex their muscles at a news conference in Miami.
The top 9 contestants this season perform for the judges.
Bluegrass legend and banjo pioneer Earl Scruggs, who helped profoundly change country music with Bill Monroe and later with guitarist Lester Flatt, dies at age 88.
Beyonce, a dachshund mix puppy in Northern California, is vying for the title of World's Smallest Dog.
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Images from the 2012 Major League Baseball season-opening game in Japan.
The International Chocolate Festival in Portugal drew more than 100,000 visitors this year.
The first star was sent packing from "Dancing With The Stars" on ABC this week. Who was it?
A deadly and destructive Colorado wildfire that started on Monday may have started as a controlled burn.
Director James Cameron and actors Kate Winslet and Billy Zane attend the premiere of 'Titanic 3D' in London.
More pictures were released on Tuesday of slain teen, Trayvon Martin.
See AP images of devlopments in the Trayvon Martin case
Thousands marched for Trayvon Martin in Sanford on Monday to attend a rally at Fort Mellon Park.