Arriving passengers at Helsinki Airport may have their sweat smelled by Kössi, or one of the other nine dogs which will soon be searching for COVID at the international airport.
A pumpkin tradition originally developed for Thanksgiving can prove useful during the ghoulish Halloween season as well.
Recently, vanity plates in the United States and Canada have been rejected for profane sentiments against COVID-19 and against the year 2020 at large.
Feral pig populations are spreading to more states than ever, causing agricultural chaos and damaging local ecosystems.
The Yoko Ono Imagine Peace Award will celebrate artists and activists who follow in the footsteps of one of the most influential artist-activists of the 20th century.
One of the top graduate English programs in the country is accepting Black Studies scholars for the 2020-2021 admissions period.
The animated series "Lower Decks" is taking on one of the most venerable plot lines in "Star Trek" history. We have an exclusive clip.
In a live-stream event, the duo behind the pen name James S.A. Corey revealed details about the upcoming final novel in "The Expanse" series.
"Mulan" takes a similar approach to a traditional Chinese concept as 'Star Wars' did when it forever changed the nature of the Force.
A baby born deaf reacts to hearing her mother's voice for the first time in a 2017 viral video, but what is baby Charly up to now?
Two new cast members will depict a non-binary and a transgender character in the next season of 'Star Trek: Discovery.'
Are boneless chicken wings teaching our children not to respect the connection between meat and bones? Could a wave of legislation ensure a future without mislabeled chicken on every menu? One Lincoln, Nebraska citizen is standing up.
Speaking to organizers in his hometown of Kenosha, Wisconsin, Ruffalo shared tactics he felt were helpful during the Standing Rock protests.
This lovebird got more done today than you did, and even has a motorcycle that would make Ralph the motorcycle mouse jealous.
A ten-year-old drummer is taking on one of the greats in a drum-off competition where she'll have to master one of his songs.
The Sherborne Missal is one of the most famous illuminated manuscripts of the Middle Ages and now the British Library has scanned it in high resolution, so anyone can check out it's jawdropping artwork.
Date rape drugs are easier to slip into a drink than many are aware, as a new viral TikTok video demonstrates.
A wasp found across much of the United States resembles the murder hornet, but isn't generally dangerous to humans. Here's how to tell them apart.
A video using outtakes of incidental nudity from a cheerleader calendar shoot is the latest piece of evidence pointing to a culture of sexual harassment and abuse among the executives and employees of the Washington Football Team.
After South Carolina police beat a man until he was blind, radio broadcast Orson Welles compared their actions to Nazi Germany.
Substantially revised since its original 1978 publication, King's sprawling post-apocalyptic fantasy novel "The Stand" is getting a new TV adaptation and with it, a new ending.
Cuneiform tablets and other early examples of mail are still welcomed by the USPS, which has a surprising history of handling valuable objects.
A video of a cicada-killing wasp shines a light on the life-cycle of a large insect commonly mistaken for the Asian giant "murder" hornet.
The family of Nichelle Nichols has launched a fundraiser to support the Star Trek actor and her family in their ongoing legal challenges with an allegedly abusive manager.
An experiment involving hundreds of cows in Botswana demonstrates how a little paint may provide an effective way to deter lions and leopards.
'A Song of Ice and Fire' author George. R.R. Martin is making significant progress on 'The Winds of Winter,' providing new insights into his writing process at his remote hideaway.
The Lakers superstar delivered a moving closing speech to the cast and crew of "Space Jam: A New Legacy" back in the summer of 2019.
Creatures with many eyes and razor-sharp teeth—possibly called "shoggoths"—made their first appearance in the first episode of the new HBO series "Lovecraft Country."