Sexting Could Be Good for Your Relationship
Researchers look at the implications of an increasingly ubiquitous practice.
Russia Claims 463,000 Square Miles of Arctic Territory
Renewed Russian Arctic claims may lead to even cooler relations with the West.
Twitter Bot Strikes Back at Mentions of 'Illegals'
An automatic bot, programmed by two journalists, is correcting the term "illegal immigrants" on Twitter.
Once in a Blue Moon
It turns out that tonight's lunar event has nothing to do with color.
The White House Responds to Petition to Pardon Snowden
"Mr. Snowden's dangerous decision to steal and disclose classified information had severe consequences."
New Documentary Puts Beauty in Spotlight
Joanna Rudnick's "On Beauty" looks to challenge perceptions of beauty and inclusiveness.
A Sobering Look at Steve Jobs's Legacy
Alex Gibney's latest documentary, "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine," provides an often missing critique of the genius entrepreneur.
In Kentucky, Fight for a Gay Marriage Certificate Goes to the Courts
County Clerk Kim Davis is being sued for refusing to comply with the Supreme Court's decision on marriage equality.
Eric Garner's Death Provokes Outrage a Year Later
"There's a whole lot more that needs to be done."
Breakfast With Pluto
Crowds gathered to watch New Horizon fly by the dwarf planet.
Photos: Pope Francis Visits South America
South America's faithful have flocked to see the Argentine-born pontiff.
Hunting for Treasures at Heritage Auctions
An assortment of some of the more whimsical items sold by Heritage Auctions.
The Tour de France So Far: Martin on Top, an American in Third
Four stages in, the Tour de France is off to a dramatic start.
The Hermione Returns to America
An authentic replica of the historical frigate, L'Hermione, sailed into New York this week.
Just Three Americans Race in 2015 Tour de France
A look at the American cyclists competing in this year's Tour de France
Happy Asteroid Day: We Are Woefully Unprepared!
The American Museum of Natural History releases a video to mark the first Asteroid Day.
A Gay Pride Parade to Remember
The New York City event follows a historic Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage.
Photos: The Colorful Poster Art of Coney Island's Iconic Mermaid Parade
Every year for the past three decades, an artist has been chosen to advertise the iconic Coney Island Mermaid Parade via a single poster.
From Tattoos to the Coney Island Mermaid Parade
Mythology enthusiast Susana Alonso designed the poster this year for the nation's largest art parade.
The Summer Solstice: Celebrated Through the Ages
But there is one group that isn't generally thrilled about the longest day the of year: astronomers.
Donald Trump by Donald Trump
Here are 27 quotes that exemplify the real estate mogul, TV personality and tireless presidential hopeful.
Iran to Open 150 Alcohol Treatment Centers
Although banned since 1979, alcohol consumption is a health concern in the Islamic country.
First Trailer Released for 'The Martian'
The first trailer for Ridley Scott's much-anticipated 'The Martian' was dropped today.