The number of truly iconic hockey pictures is surprisingly small. But one image looms above the rest: Ray Lussier’s photograph of Bobby Orr immediately after he scored the Stanley Cup-winning goal for the Boston Bruins in Game 4 of the 1970 Finals.
A growing movement of sex workers and activists is making the decriminalization of sex work a feminist issue.
Video captured by an evacuee shows how scary the situation is in the Alberta city, where tens of thousands of residents have been evacuated.
In the soccer goal hierarchy, a bicycle kick goal is second only to the incredibly rare scorpion kick goal. Like this beauty by a teen on Brazilian club Grêmio's U14 youth team.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry told CNN Thursday he will support Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee and will do everything he can do to help him get elected.
Peter K. Rosenthal knows what it is that makes a movie good. That thing is origin storylines. And "Civil War" doesn't have nearly enough of them.
Cryptic user _9MOTHER9HORSE9EYES9 has been commenting on seemingly random Reddit posts with sinister, and often gruesome sci-fi vignettes, ever since he created the account six days ago. What's going on here?
This should feel familiar though, because it's been scientifically proven that 1000 percent of all humans have tried to reenact this scene alone in their own living rooms and tighty whities.
What the Fort McMurray fire looks like when superimposed on maps of other Canadian and international cities.
"I remember how as the number rose and rose, I began to lose sight of what it even reflected. I think this may have been a type of coping mechanism, a profound psychological tool by which I avoided succumbing to the overwhelming anxiety that had become, like a dull pain, something I just learned to ignore."
When lit, the (very toxic) chemical compound Mercury(II) thiocyanate turns into a rather unpleasant looking "serpent."
The 1970s truly was the decade of the T-shirt. In the 70s, it was an identity statement, and with iron-ons, you could have a limitless selection of choices.
According to one (now former) Apple Music user, iTunes deleted their 122 GB music library, seemingly replacing it with cloud-stored versions.
Think the mint juelp was invented in Kentucky? That fruit punches were for tame church gatherings? It's time for a revisionist history lesson.
Nintendo will host its annual E3 pre-show conference on June 14 at 9 a.m. PT, the company announced today. But this year, instead of a news-filled Nintendo Direct, the presentation is dedicated solely to the next "The Legend of Zelda" game.
While there are all sorts of official LEGO collaborations with each "Star Wars" movie, some of the fan creations are better than what the professionals come up with. A good example is this stunning independently created "Star Wars: Rogue One" teaser trailer LEGO clone.
Once Zika virus arrives in the United States, it will be here to stay. Leading experts now predict that the mosquito-borne disease will become a constant low-level threat that Americans will need to be vaccinated against routinely. That is, once there is a vaccine.
While claims that mattresses like Casper, Leesa and Tuft and Needle offer the perfect mattress for everyone are a bit suspect — their crusade against Big Mattress really is based in reality.
Scientists are striving to resurrect extinct species, but if it works, they may not come back to the same habitat they left.
One ocean liner. Seven hundred die-hard Patriots fans. Sixty-five hours of boozing at sea. Welcome aboard the maiden voyage of the SS Gronkowski.
The Food and Drug Administration's new regulations, which also cover pipe and hookah tobacco, aim to protect minors from the risk of addiction to nicotine, officials said.