A new twist on a classic email "advance fee" scam was sent to a writer, allegedly from a financial assistant to the dead financier and alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.
The motion picture soundtrack for 'Back to the Future' will be reissued for the movie's 35th anniversary, featuring unused art by movie poster legend Drew Struzan.
The late-night host outlined how, if mass evictions take place because many renters are struggling to pay their landlords, that we could be faced with a homelessness crisis in the near future.
Facebook announced new policies meant to discourage voter suppression and rein in false election and political information spread in both posts and ads on the social network.
Comedian and actor Roseanne Barr believes President Donald Trump intends to end taxation and all debts as part of an unevidenced pushback against the Federal Reserve.
An art restoration expert with decades of experience explains nalyzes what went wrong with a painting disfigured by furniture restorers in Spain.
The NASA Headquarters in Washington D.C. has a new name, announced by the space agency Wednesday, which honors Mary Jackson.
New research from the Boston University School of Law shows that banning employers from asking about past wages can partially close gender and racial wage gaps.
Diamond pythons aren't especially dangerous, but they can grow quite large and like seeking out warmth in suburban homes along the Australian coastline.
The International Space Station's two Russian toilets will be joined by the American-made Universal Waste Management System, which will also be used in future deep space exploration.
On social media and in her memoir 'As I Knew Him,' Anne Serling described her father's political activism, emphasizing the likely solidarity that Rod Serling would've held with modern civil rights movements.
Here are some of Macca's wisest words, shared on his 78th birthday, including quotes concerning the Beatles themselves, plus the nature of art and the importance of vegetarianism.
Experiences with racism throughout Europe and racist incidents at international chess tournaments have prompted one of the world's few black chess grandmasters to speak out in support of worldwide protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd.
Appearing on "The Joe Rogan Experience," Burr pushed back against outdated medical advice spouted by the podcast's host.
Ford hasn't released a SUV in their Bronco model line since 1996, but will unveil a brand new 2021 Bronco on July 9, which is also the birthday of O.J. Simpson, who famously used a white Ford Bronco in a police chase.
A cat curled in your lap is a great joy, which a tickling thirst or bulging bladder can spoil. A new video demonstrates a decent way of maintaining that cat quality time, even with a tiny break.
Sometimes you've had enough of murder. Here are 11 podcasts that aren't part of the never-ending true-crime podcast phenomenon.
Professor Cornel West celebrated black resiliency and the multiracial coalition protesting police brutality, but warned against a "neo-fascist clapdown" coming.
Critically acclaimed black authors are offered advances that are sometimes shockingly lower than payments offered to white authors, a new hashtag promoting transparency reveals.
Images of Luke Skywalker as a young woman remove the galaxy far, far away to a parallel dimension, where "Star Wars" had a woman protagonist.
CrossFit gyms and athletes are distancing themselves from the fitness brand after founder Greg Glassman conflated Floyd's name with the coronavirus pandemic.
Wizards of the Coasts is previewing new cards coming to Core Set 2021, including reissues and powerful new cards.
The landmark 'Killer of Sheep' is also streaming for free online.
Achievement Hunter, rapper and author of the "Go Nitro" series had a moment with fans on-camera when a cosplayer showed up dressed as one of his characters.
Health authorities agree that new cultural norms preventing hand-to-hand contact could help lower transmission of the coronavirus.
The "Star Wars" actor joined a protest against police brutality and in support of the wider Black Lives Matter movement, delivering an emotional speech to the assembled crowd.
A newly announced virtual books convention will host events featuring some of speculative fiction's biggest authors, including V.E. Schwab, Nnedi Okorafor and Brandon Sanderson.