On Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted an angry attack at Amazon and the Washington Post (both of which are owned by Jeff Bezos). Here's why he might be mad at the newspaper.
Just what is this Ethereum thing? Will it really make our current monetary system obsolete? Are we all gonna be rich? The answer is, well, just maybe.
In a world with few good memes left, Go Kart Kid stands out among the crowd.
A "breatharian" couple sold their story to tabloids, and now nutritionists and media critics are mad.
Democrats saw it as a test of their seemingly re-activated base, while Republicans wondered whether or not the momentum of the Trump election could hold up after his contentious first 150 days in office. So, what are the takeaways from last night's results? Here's what you should read.
On Monday, congressional aides told NBC that congressmen would ask Kushner to testify on whether or not he was trying to establish Russian backchannels to offload his family's pricey property purchase in Manhattan, 666 5th avenue.
The White House released President Trump's proposed budged on Tuesday, and almost no one is happy with it. But what's inside it exactly? Why are people pissed? And what are the chances it will pass?
Two decades after Alan Sokal shook up the academic world with a hoax article, a pair of academic writers revealed on Friday that they had pulled off a "Sokal-style hoax" on a peer-reviewed social science journal with an article titled "The Conceptual Penis as a Social Construct." Here's what's going on.
The Milwaukee sheriff, known for his inflammatory statements, has been a prominent Trump surrogate.
After Tuesday's report that President Trump asked James Comey to end the FBI's investigation into Michael Flynn, many are calling the act obstruction of justice. But what does that term mean in the law, for the President and for his future?
Yates is expected to detail the conversation she had with a White House attorney regarding former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's contact with a Russian official in December.
If you've skimmed YouTube lately, it's more than likely you've stumbled across a video or two entitled "Why I Left BuzzFeed" and wondered "Why is this a thing?" Let us explain.
As the familiar phrase goes: We all have bills to pay. But what if you just didn't? Or sadly far more likely: couldn't?
Arturo Di Modica, the artist who made and installed "Charging Bull" decades ago, objected to New York City's decision to let "Fearless Girl" remain in place.
United Airlines has had a rough 2017, from violently removing a paying passenger, to mangling an apology multiple times, to scorpions. And now they're back in the news, thanks to an aggressive employee.
On Thursday, the US military dropped a Massive Ordnance Air Burst (MOAB) bomb (aka, the "Mother Of All Bombs") on an ISIS base in Afghanistan. It's the first time the massive weapon has been used on the battlefield.
Jeff Varner, a 50-year-old former news anchor, accused 29-year-old asset manager Zeke Smith of "deception on levels ... that these guys don't even understand."
On Tuesday, Russian leader Vladimir Putin promoted the theory that the Idlib chemical attack that occurred last week in Syria was a false flag operation by the US — a theory that originated from Assad loyalists Al-Masdar and made its way to noted conspiracy theorist Alex Jones of Infowars.
The best weekend in sports is upon us, with the first game of the NCAA tournament tipping off at 12:15 ET. Here's how to watch, with or without cable.
The storm, which goes by Stella and will hit early Tuesday morning, will combine heavy snow and high winds. Here's what you need to know.
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