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Trailer: 'Sharknado' Returns for Third Installment
It premieres on July 22 at 9.
The Digital You Is Already Living in the Cloud, Applying for Credit Cards
Your online avatar is here, and sorry, it doesn’t look like Luke Skywalker.
‘Jurassic World’ Has Highest-Grossing Global Opening
In making $511.8 million globally, “Jurassic World” beats out “Harry Potter.”
You Too Can Write a Best-Seller
MasterClass, a new Web service, lets you learn from the top minds in their respective fields.
Exploring the Life of Svetlana Stalin, the Tyrant's Daughter
Rosemary Sullivan's book examines Svetlana's attempt to escape the grasp of her father.
This Celebrity Butcher 'Always Dreamed of Helping Animals'
Dario Cecchini's high-profile customers include Prince Charles, Elton John and Sting.
Market in Indian Artists Bounces Back
The auction market still depends on the generation of Indian modernist painters for its big sales.
Proposed Itinerary for Colorado’s First 420 Camp
Can’t wait for the 'Wet Hot American Summer' sequel? CannaCamp weed resort opens next month.
Royal Restoration: Yale Saves King of Swing’s Lost Home Movies
Benny Goodman’s personal films—including never-before-seen footage—have been restored.
Love Locks May Be Forbidden, but Love Endures
The bridges of Paris are being freed from the heavy burdens lovers have placed on them.
Where Americans Drink the Most
The Midwest is the nation’s “binge-drinking belt.”
Why Poker Is the Perfect All-American Game
Poker represents a fusion of the old “American Dream” narrative and modern realities of our risk-based society.
Happy (Almost) Father’s Day, Penile Transplant Recipient!
The recipient of the world’s first penile transplant, a fellow in South Africa, is going to be a dad soon.
James Taylor's New Album, Reviewed by a Panel of Moms
"This music feels like being at yoga," and other thoughts on James Taylor's long-awaited album.
True Stories of Imaginary Illness
A new book explores how the subconscious protects us from our demons.
Alexander McQueen Exhibition a Hot Ticket in London
The McQueen exhibition packed in visitors on a par with Picasso and da Vinci.
Netflix Releases 'Orange Is the New Black' Early
All 13 episodes of the show's third season were released three hours ahead of schedule Thursday.
Remembering Ornette Coleman
The revered and reviled jazz musician changed the paradigms of melody in jazz.
Welcome to Ewsweek: We Tried the Six New Starbucks Frappuccinos
It went OK.
PornHub Is Crowdfunding a Space-Age 'Sexploration' Sex Tape
The porn site is seeking $3.4 million to make their interstellar mission come to life.
Fashion in the Form of Fragrance
It sounds bizarre, but big brands are trying to define the scent of their own high-concept catwalk shows
Highlights From Spain's 2015 PHotoEspaña Photography Festival
The 18th edition of Spain's leading festival of art and photography opens this month.
Iconic Vietnam War Photos to be Exhibited in Vietnam for First Time
The Associated Press was “there to report the facts and tell the truth, no matter who it upsets.”
NCAA Pole Vaulters Can’t Stop Jumping Over Each Other
Sandi Morris and Demi Payne are taking over the unlikely sport of pole-vaulting
Coming to Cheesehead State: National Bobblehead Museum
Two bobblehead collectors aim to put 10,000 of the figurines on display in Milwaukee.
Christopher Lee, Horror and Cult Film Legend, Dies at 93
The English actor passed away on Sunday in London.
Jazz Giant Ornette Coleman Dies at 85
The influential free jazz saxophonist and composer died from cardiac arrest.
Joyce Carol Oates Says Dinosaur Tweet Was a Joke
"The Internet and Twitter are filled with jokes," says the award-winning author.
Former Sirius XM Host Anthony Cumia Hires Gavin McInnes
Cumia was fired from SiriusXM for controversial remarks he made on social media.
A Website Uses Kardashian to Make You Care About News
Two art directors from New York employ Kim Kardashian’s “huge platform” “to spread awareness for news we should pay attention to”.