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She is the youngest singles champion in over 15 years.
The film will be in theaters on January 17th.
In 1980, a church leader and trusted newsman exploited flaws in the Pennsylvania state lottery — and nearly got away with it.
Things were never the same on Sesame Street when this character came to town.
This golden retriever is caught in the act but doesn't want to give up her stolen loot.
The troubled singer discusses his new face tattoo and the media in an awkward interview on the red carpet celebrating the 100th episode of "Marriage Boot Camp."
There were dozens of ears listening to President Donald Trump’s 30-minute phone call with the leader of Ukraine that is at the center of a House impeachment inquiry , and as many eyes that saw what he said.
A dog was filmed carrying a woman's bag in the Bukit Bintang district of Kuala Lumpur.
Michael Dalle recorded the shocking moment when the Hard Rock hotel, currently under construction, collapsed Saturday morning in New Orleans.
Nancy Amons of WSMV, NBC's Nashville affiliate, has a heated back-and-forth with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Demi Remick tap dances her heart out to the classic gamer ditty.
Millions of Flickr images were sucked into a database called MegaFace. Now some of those faces may have the ability to sue.
"Rusty Brown" is another expansive, gorgeous and unforgettable experience from a cartoonist.
The Stylophone Beatbox is a beatboxing, drum- and bass-making pocket-sized machine of fun.
The College of New Jersey is fighting sexual assault with an approach called restorative justice. The focus is not punishment, but healing.
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With “Gemini Man,” about an assassin and his much younger clone, the actor was forced to confront his career choices — and his director’s view of his career choices.
Yann LeCun, Facebook’s AI guru, lays out the logic behind why he doesn't think intelligent machines are destined to kill us all.
For the first time ever, scientists have found corals that were thought to have been killed by heat stress have recovered, a glimmer of hope for the world's climate change-threatened reefs.
Twitter’s latest ad campaign features tweets from its users, who maintain the copyright to their content but give the company license to use it.
The sloth is not known for its speed — as this video so wonderfully illustrates.
"Nothing else out there addresses substance abuse for young kids from their perspective."
The equal sign is the bedrock of mathematics. But there is a growing community of mathematicians who regard it as math's original error: "It should have been equivalence all along."
There's a grand cinematic tradition of horror movies with bleak views on the rich. Here are some of the best examples, including "Us," "Ready or Not," "Velvet Buzzsaw," and more.
A fox in Sweden drops in on an unusual contraption that suddenly brings much joy to its life.
Honestly, he's not wrong.
We all like to think of ourselves as would-be heroes. But according to science, the vast majority of us wouldn't be prepared to rebel against totalitarian rulers.
A series of identical monuments depicting a tourist being mauled by a pack of wolves have surreptitiously been installed in different New York City parks. Normal.
It’s hard for a lot of people to put food on the table for a family of four. Unfortunately, it’s probably going to get worse.
With homophobia on the rise in the build-up to national elections, we meet the music community voicing solidarity and creating safe spaces.
Taco Bell didn’t invent them, but they sure did exploit the hell out of them
The U.S. has reduced its emission of carbon dioxide by, in part, replacing coal with natural gas, a product of fracking, during which methane, another greenhouse gas, leaks out at every stage.
They came quietly. Massive teddy bears, popping up along Paris’ boulevard des Gobelins to cozy up in a bookshop, or relax en terrasse. Week after week, they seemed to multiply as if by magic, inciting joy and mystery in the otherwise humdrum 13th arrondissement.
California's nerds of neon, the youth of a neglected scrubland and more best photos of the week.
We know our cells regularly regenerate and new skin grows all the time. So why don't we lose our tattoos over time?
Ask astronauts what spacewalking around the International Space Station is like, and they get a dreamy look on their face almost instantly.
When traveling to the backpacking capital of the world, tourists should remain vigilant because they will be exposed to a number of scams.
Fans fear (erroneously) for the musician after the announcement of New Zealand’s newly proposed policy on high school dropouts.
The abruptness of the shift contributed to questions that have been swirling among entertainment industry people about how the company’s entertainment unit, Amazon Studios, handles films.
The risk-taking creative culture of web design hasn't been quite the same since Steve Jobs stuck a knife into Flash.
To examine our inboxes is to examine our lives: our desires and dreams, our families and careers, our status, our networks and our social groupings, our projects, our commerce, our politics, our secrets/lies/fetishes.
A college student learns to embrace her nerdiness with a set of loaded dice from Taobao.
The french fry is a celebrated side dish of American cuisine, here are how four different chefs approach cooking it.
President Trump, no stranger to self-regard and derision, took to Twitter on September 26 to lambaste Representative Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. Poaching the apostrophe from Li’l Abner and affixing it onto “Liddle,” one of his characteristically garish attempts at cruel whimsy.
Forget about getting to the Red Planet. Imagine that's easy to do. What will happen once people actually get there? How will they survive its harsh living conditions?
Can fake turtles teach predators to stop devouring real ones?
The most haunting thing about dead girls is that they were alive at some point. Zefyr Lisowski discusses our fascination with dead girls in literature.
Fully funded on Kickstarter, this game is like Catan meets Survivor plus exploding teddy bears.
Not only does this hoodie look cool, but the eco-conscious use of recycled plastic bottles and coffee means that your purchase comes with peace of mind.
If you're looking to meaningfully improve your kitchen skills, this photo-heavy book from Mark Bittman is a must-have.