Black Friday Subscription Box Deals That'll Make Gifting A Cinch
If you thought Black Friday was reserved for laptop deals, discount Apple products and clothing sales, think again.
11/21/2017 - 12:46 PM
The Ultimate Roundup For Hundreds Of Black Friday Deals
You shouldn’t have to comb through hundreds of sites to find the best Black Friday deals.
11/20/2017 - 02:31 PM
Archeologists find Roman shipwrecks off Egypt's north coast
Egypt: Archaeologists find 3 shipwrecks from Roman times off Alexandria's coast, dating back more than 2,000 years
11/21/2017 - 10:17 AM
Why Jim Carrey almost quit 'Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas'
Producer Brian Grazer said Carrey's makeup, which special effects makeup artist Rick Baker worked on, became to excruciating at one point that Carrey almost wanted to quit.
11/20/2017 - 01:23 PM
Woman Put 4 Newborns in Concrete-Filled Buckets Because She Was Too Poor to Raise Them, Police Say
Human remains were identified in buckets found in her condominium, police say
11/22/2017 - 03:53 AM
Scientists Throw Cold Water on Mars Water Finding
The red planet might not actually have liquid water on its surface as scientists previously reported.
11/20/2017 - 01:50 PM
Fox News Should Shut the Hell Up About NASA Faking the Moon Landing
Reaching new lows.
11/20/2017 - 02:30 PM
President Trump and Vladimir Putin Just Had an Hour-Long Phone Call
Iran and Ukraine were also on the agenda
11/21/2017 - 05:27 PM
Budget 2017: UK's driverless cars stuck on testing roundabout
It's going to be difficult for UK government-backed autonomous vehicle projects to compete with Silicon Valley – unless they have something neat under the bonnet.
11/21/2017 - 11:12 AM
Is An Open Relationship Right For You?
Thinking about entering into an open relationship?
11/21/2017 - 12:00 PM
An Easy Way To Shop Small Businesses This Black Friday
Think outside of big-box retailers this Black Friday.
11/20/2017 - 03:57 PM
EU court threatens Poland with heavy fines over ancient forest logging
The EU's top court on Monday warned Poland's rightwing government to "immediately" stop logging in one of Europe's last primeval forests or face fines of up to 100,000 euros ($118,000) a day. The case is the latest in a string of issues causing tension between Warsaw and Brussels, which has watched the Polish administration's recent judicial reforms with alarm. "Poland must immediately cease its active forest management operations in the Bialowieza Forest, except in exceptional cases where they are strictly necessary to ensure public safety," said the European Court of Justice.
11/20/2017 - 03:08 PM
Kate Steinle: Victim of Deadly 'Russian Roulette' or a Tragic Accident?
The case became a flashpoint in the 2016 election because the accused is an undocumented immigrant
11/20/2017 - 09:56 PM
As World Turns More Slowly, We Face Earthquake Boom, Scientists Warn
More powerful earthquakes could rock the globe in 2018 because of infinitesimal changes in the speed of the Earth’s rotation, scientists warn.
11/21/2017 - 12:15 AM
These Are All The Politicians Recently Accused of Sexual Harassment
Since the Harvey Weinstein story broke
11/21/2017 - 07:24 PM
Archaeologists uncover ancient Viking camp from the 870s in village of Repton
A team from the University of Bristol also discovered structures, dating from the winter of 873-874, such as paths and possible temporary buildings.
11/22/2017 - 05:46 AM
UK firms 'excluded' from space contracts by Brexit
Aerospace firms also warn if the UK leaves the EU without a deal it will be "chaotic" for the sector.
11/21/2017 - 11:28 AM
Robert Mugabe Resigns as President of Zimbabwe After 37 Years in Power
Mugabe called for a "smooth, non-violent transfer of power"
11/21/2017 - 11:12 AM
Singapore rolls out tough measures to keep cars off the roads
In the battle against the car, space-starved Singapore has deployed road tolls, massive spending on public transport, and a licence fee that bumps the cost of an average vehicle to over $80,000. Singapore has gone further than any other major city to avoid the monster jams that have blighted Asian metropolises such as Jakarta or Manila.
11/20/2017 - 02:49 PM
Russia confirms 'extremely high' readings of radioactive pollution
"Probes of radioactive aerosols from monitoring stations Argayash and Novogorny were found to contain radioisotope Ru-106" between September 25 and October 1, the Rosgidromet service said. The highest concentration was registered at the station in Argayash, a village in the Chelyabinsk region in the southern Urals, which had "extremely high pollution" of Ru-106, exceeding natural background pollution by 986 times, the service said. The isotope was then detected in Tatarstan and then in southern Russia, eventually reaching "all European countries starting in Italy and toward the north of Europe" from September 29, Rosgidromet said.
11/20/2017 - 04:34 PM
Justice Department Threatens to Sue Harvard University Over Admissions Policies
The school is under investigation for discrimination against Asian Americans
11/21/2017 - 01:16 PM
Elon Musk Has Already Sold More Than 150,000 of These Boring Hats
"Thanks for buying our super boring hat."
11/21/2017 - 05:28 PM
Charlie Rose Suspended After Eight Women Accuse Him of Sexual Harassment
CBS News, Bloomberg, and PBS all suspended their work with Rose in the wake of the allegations
11/20/2017 - 06:51 PM
What in the World? Flat-Earthers Gather at First Conference
A conference aimed at disputing the idea that the world is round just wrapped up in North Carolina.
11/21/2017 - 11:53 AM
How odd flies prized by Mark Twain dive and thrive in super-salty lake
In California's super-salty Mono Lake, a strange kind of fly, once celebrated by novelist Mark Twain, has learned to thrive by building its own bubble and diving beneath the surface to eat and lay eggs. After decades of study, researchers revealed Monday how the alkali fly -- a crucial part of the Mono Lake ecosystem -- has managed to make the most of nature's gifts and make an otherwise hostile habitat its home. No fish or any other animals with backbones live in the waters of Mono Lake -- hence, no predators for the flies -- but there are plenty of bacteria upon which the flies can feast undisturbed.
11/21/2017 - 12:46 AM
The White House Wants to Pass Tax Reform. But President Trump Isn't Helping
President Donald Trump has taken a number of steps that have only made it much more difficult to pass a Republican tax reform bill.
11/21/2017 - 10:21 AM
Bali volcano spews smoke and ash, raising eruption fears
A rumbling volcano on Indonesia's holiday island of Bali spewed ash and towering clouds of smoke Tuesday, heightening fears it may erupt for the first time in more than 50 years. Mount Agung belched smoke as high as 700 metres (2,300 feet) above its summit, as it stirred to life again after more than 140,000 people fled homes around the crater last month for fear the volcano would erupt. Nearly 1,600 people died when Agung last erupted in 1963, but officials said Tuesday that the rumblings did not pose an immediate threat to those living in its shadow.
11/20/2017 - 07:16 PM
U.S. Military Investigation Finds More Remains in Niger
The Pentagon revealed it found additional human remains of a U.S. soldier killed during the Oct. 4 ambush in Niger.
11/21/2017 - 12:48 PM
Woman Gets Prison After Boyfriend Dies From Meth-Laden Kiss
She passed seven tiny balloons filled with methamphetamine into his mouth
11/21/2017 - 09:49 PM
Uber hack exposes data of 57 million users
The company is under fire for concealing the hack.
11/22/2017 - 10:29 AM
'This Is Not a Pleasant Story for Me.' Megyn Kelly Opens Up About Her Own Experience With Charlie Rose
"This isn't a pleasant story for me"
11/21/2017 - 01:19 PM
'Self-taught rocket scientist' to launch himself into the sky to prove the earth is flat
'Mad' Mike Hughes is planning to shoot himself into the sky this weekend.
11/22/2017 - 06:19 AM
President Trump Has Imposed New Sanctions on North Korea and Chinese Trading Firms
A North Korean corporation involved in sending workers overseas was also targeted
11/22/2017 - 12:38 AM
Spain, Portugal struggle with extreme drought
Spain and Portugal are grappling with a devastating drought which has left rivers nearly dry, sparked deadly wildfires and devastated crops -- and experts warn that prolonged dry spells will become more frequent. Nearly all of Portugal has suffered extreme drought conditions during the last six months, which has not happened since 2005. A majority of Spain has also received considerably less rain than it normally would.
11/20/2017 - 09:17 PM
Top House Democrat John Conyers Reportedly Paid $27,000 to Settle a Sexual Harassment Complaint
The longtime House Democrat was accused of firing a woman who rejected his sexual advances
11/21/2017 - 09:39 AM
Justice Department Will Sue to Stop AT&T-Time Warner Merger
The DoJ intends to stop AT&T's $85 billion purchase of Time Warner
11/20/2017 - 04:43 PM
A Massive Gas Line Fire Near Detroit Is Forcing Evacuations
The specific cause of the fire is unknown
11/21/2017 - 09:54 AM
Did Marijuana Really Cause an Infant's Death?
For an 11-month-old boy in Denver, ingesting marijuana may have triggered a heart problem that ultimately led to his death, according to a recent report of the case. If the report's hypothesis is true, the case would mark the first time a person has died from a marijuana overdose. "It's very difficult to say that one [thing] caused the other" in this case, said Dr. Jefry Biehler, chairman of pediatrics at Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami, who was not involved in the case.
11/21/2017 - 11:53 AM
More shoppers going online for groceries
Economists wonder if the bulk of America's shoppers will reach for their smartphones.
11/21/2017 - 10:37 AM
World's largest whales are mostly 'right-handed': study
Blue whales, the world's largest animals, usually favor their right side when they lunge to catch food -- a preference similar to right-handedness in people, researchers said Monday. The report was based on analysis of the movement of 63 blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) off the coast of California. Most blue whales veer right in deep water, where it is dark and there are a lot of krill, so visual contact is not as important.
11/20/2017 - 02:20 PM
The Sexual Misconduct Revelations on Capitol Hill Are Just Beginning
There's evidence of further cases, we just don't know the lawmakers' names
11/21/2017 - 03:12 PM
NASA says goodbye to Saturn with dramatic new photo
NASA is saying goodbye to Saturn with a newly-processed photo of the ringed planet taken during the last day of the Cassini mission. The photo shows Saturn in all its sunlit glory, glowing gold against the blackness of space. Cassini snapped the series of images that were stitched together to create this photo on September 13 before making its plunge into Saturn's atmosphere on September 15, destroying the spacecraft in the process. SEE ALSO: Saturn's strange hexagon stands out in new photo of the ringed planet The space probe had been exploring Saturn and its many moons since 2004, and we have no other spacecraft dedicated to studying the huge world today. "It was all too easy to get used to receiving new images from the Saturn system on a daily basis, seeing new sights, watching things change," Elizabeth Turtle, Cassini scientist, said in a statement. "It was hard to say goodbye, but how lucky we were to be able to see it all through Cassini's eyes." The new photo shows Saturn in natural color, according to NASA, and the image has some surprises if you know where to look. An annotated version of the Saturn photo.Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science InstituteAn annotated version of the photo shows the moons Prometheus, Pandora, Epimetheus, Janus, Enceladus, and Mimas. It's only fitting that Cassini's final goodbye would include some of the moons it studied from close range for more than 10 years. "Cassini's scientific bounty has been truly spectacular — a vast array of new results leading to new insights and surprises, from the tiniest of ring particles to the opening of new landscapes on Titan and Enceladus, to the deep interior of Saturn itself," Robert West, Cassini scientist, said in the statement. Researchers will continue to look through data returned to Earth from Cassini for years, hopefully finding even more important information in the decades to come. But until we have a new robotic eye on Saturn consistently, new, up-close views of the world will be a thing of the past. So, take this new photo in because it may be one of your last. WATCH: NASA has discovered a water world in our solar system capable of sustaining life
11/21/2017 - 06:19 PM
U.S. Is Ending Temporary Residence Permits for Nearly 60,000 Haitians
U.S. officials said conditions in Haiti have significantly improved since the 2010 earthquake
11/20/2017 - 07:57 PM
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