Some might look at a production like "Hamilton" and assume that diversity in casting isn't a big issue in Broadway. Actors themselves know better.
For chimpanzees, it’s all about the butt. You won’t find a female chimp going “My eyes are up here,” as it turns out that chimps often tell each other apart based on their behinds. Their brains even process butts in the same way that we process faces.
Climate scientists warn that 55 trillion kilograms of carbon could be released into the atmosphere from Earth's soil by mid-century.
One-hundred percent as-advertised. Man sees kangaroo harassing dog. Man runs up to kangaroo. Man punches kangaroo. Fin.
The decision essentially halts the construction of the oil pipeline right above the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and it also comes as protests at the site continued to grow.
Aussie Steve Smith put his whole body into this incredible catch in a match between Australia and New Zealand.
Thirty-three bodies have been recovered from the Oakland warehouse fire as the search continues for more victims.
Published in 1928, an uncensored edition of DH Lawrence's "Lady Chatterly's Lover" was not published openly in the United Kingdom until 1960, when it was the subject of a watershed obscenity trial. Here are 25 of the books covers since its first publication — some more controversial than others.
Created by the government more than half a century ago, the "guzzlers" are kept running by volunteers set on bringing life to the withering outback.
Alec Baldwin's back again, and this time he's looking for likeminded individuals online — watch the sketch that the real Trump had the time to watch (and, of course, tweet about) last night.
The owners of Village Voice Media gamed the online classified business with Backpage.com and made millions. But when it became a breeding ground for child rape, the publishers became something else: defendants.
The harlots of the Wild West used their wealth to develop communities and provide services to those in need.
Strain wave gearing is used in industrial contexts by incorporating flexible, bendable parts — this LEGO ball-moving machine accomplishes the same hypnotic result with a ring that moves like a robotic jellyfish.
The problem is this: During launch and entry, astronauts are locked into their suits, unable to access any part of their body for hours. As a result, if they need to urination, defecate or are menstruating, they must do so in special adult diapers.
Preston North End isn't having a great season in England's second tier soccer league, and from the looks of it, things aren't going to be getting any better.
Ted Berger's implant electrically stimulates the brain to form memories — at least in rats and monkeys. And now, he’s testing one that could work in humans.
This interactive explanation of how different types of tires work was made by a tire company (it's an ad), but when it's this informative and well made, we'll link to it anyway.
Kate McKinnon's not done playing Hillary Clinton just yet. Now it involves a lot more running through the woods and posing for Facebook profile pics.
Will Lacey was just a baby when doctors diagnosed a rare form of cancer and told his family there was only one end. Nobody then could imagine the journey ahead, from hospital rooms to board rooms, research labs to government offices, a furious race between hope and death.
Groot the Younger played a minor role in our first look at "Guardians of the Galaxy," but he's all over the newest teaser trailer and we are all for it.
Fog bows are formed when sunlight meets moisture, refracting light from the tiny water droplets suspended in the air. While rainbows mostly appear after rain fall, as sunlight refracts through larger water droplets, fog bows show up when the sun shines on fog, consisting of much smaller water droplets.
Jennifer Aniston and Vanessa Bayer may have just filmed a movie together, but Vanessa's still a little nostalgic for Rachel Green.
Our favorite shows have turned us all into internet detectives. But what happens when we outsmart the shows we love?
The throbber is a sign of temporal rupture. It is the last barrier to a perfectly smooth and seamless virtual experience. If you spot a “throbber,” you’ve probably got an issue with your hardware. These small digital animations, more commonly known as buffer icons, only appear when your internet connection or browser speed is too slow to manage the volume of incoming data.