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.
After a week from PR hell last week, United decided they might as well just keep the ball rolling.
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.
On Friday, the arrest of St. Louis man Juan Thompson was announced, with Thompson accused of being behind at least some of the threats agains Jewish Community Centers across the country. Here's what you need to know about Thompson and the threats against JCCs.
Despite a French petition imploring him to, Barack Obama can't run for president of France. But weirdly enough, up until 2006, Bill Clinton could have, thanks to a strange legal quirk.
Today, NASA held a special press conference announcing seven earth-sized exoplanets revolving around an ultra-cool star — creating what scientists believe could be the right conditions for extraterrestrial life.
After a video surfaced of Milo defending certain relationships between teens and adults, he faced intense criticism, and has now resigned from his position at right-wing media outlet Breitbart.
A story in the New York Times today reveals that the Trump campaign had repeated contact with Russian intelligence officials before the election. Here's what's going on.
In a text message sent to supporters on Friday evening, Hillary Clinton's campaign confirmed that the presidential candidate has chosen Virginia Senator Tim Kaine as her Vice Presidential running mate. Here's what you need to know about Hillary's number two.
You're hanging out, having a good time. And then you realize: Oh no, you might have left the stove on? Here, a breakdown of what your carelessness hath wrought. (Spoiler: probably nothing.)
The power of science has allowed humans to do everything from study distant galaxies to take high-res photos of Pluto. But one thing science has struggled with has been understanding the limits of our universe, and particularly how it will end (or not end).
Every February 2nd, residents of the US look to a groundhog in Pennsylvania to tell them how long winter will last. Aside from the mysterious origins of the climatological logic, the tradition itself is hard to make sense of.
We’ve all had days where we fall into the couch and want to never get up. But what would happen if you actually just did that? The answer is you would die.
Some Republicans have called for a full-on repeal and replace, while most Democrats are hoping that Obamacare stays as is. Now, two Republican senators are pitching a potential middle road.
This is What Would Happen If, a close examination of mundane hypothetical situations. Each week, we look at something that you could do but probably never would, and take it to its logical endpoint. This week: What would happen if you never took out your earbuds?
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