Prince William teased by Kate Middleton fans in resurfaced clip
Fans praising Kate Middleton's BAFTA appearance in 2020 had a special comment for Prince William, which has gone viral on social media.
Google Doodle Celebrates Letter Ñ on Spanish Language Day
The letter Ñ was created by Spanish scribes in the 12th century and now, it appears in more than 17,700 Spanish words.
Taking DMT Can Lead to Alien-Abduction-Like Experiences, Study Shows
Scientists at Johns Hopkins University assessed the experiences of over 2,000 people who had taken the psychedelic drug.
When and How to Watch NXT Takeover: WarGames 3
There are four confirmed matches for WarGames.
'Lynch Her': High Schooler Targeted With Racist Attack
"This was a threat made on her life, and there was a call for others to participate in this."
Ninja Twitch Lawsuit Rumor: Will Streamer Be Sued?
"Fortnite" streamer Ninja can't escape controversy. After his recent use of the N word and allegations of sub botting, viewers wonder if a lawsuit may be ahead.
'Women in Revolt': A Newsweek Cover and Lawsuit Collide
In 1970, 46 women on staff sued the magazine for discrimination. Read the cover story on the women's liberation movement published the day they announced their suit.
Donald Trump: 'Great Respect' for Megyn Kelly
Trump sat down with the Fox newswoman for their first one-on-one interview since squaring off during the GOP debate in August.
The Story Behind the Clinton-Sanders Fight Over Guns
Sandy Hook families continue to argue the AR-15 rifle is too dangerous to entrust to the public.
Forward Thinking: 2015's Most Groundbreaking Innovations
Groundbreaking innovations from the last year that will change our world—and hopefully save it.
The Rise and Fall of Silk Road, the Dark Web's Amazon
Libertarian surfer dude Ross Ulbricht built his cyber drug cartel, Silk Road, on a belief in free markets and Internet privacy. Now he's in prison for a very long time.
Anyone for Peace Talks?
The latest Syrian civil war summit is a mess. Even the guest list is up for grabs
Did The U.N. Herald a New Age of Cholera?
A lawsuit demands the organization admit culpability and compensate victims