Jay-Z's streaming service has been the playground for hot releases in 2016; but what does an exclusive release mean?
Curry could have sat out almost a third of his team's games and still have had the greatest 3-point-shooting season in history.
A study titled "Inclusion or Invisibility?" confirms that the backlash isn't just driven by hype.
Your gym might be packed in January, but the crowds will soon thin out.
Animals produce more waste than humans, but it isn't processed much at all.
Around 95 percent of Aleppo's doctors have been killed or detained, or have fled the city.
It is nearly 40 times more difficult to get into NASA's Astronaut program than it is to get into Stanford.
A super brewer soon could be making the world's most popular beers.
And despite what you may have read, neither is nearly as bad for you as smoking cigarettes.
We can save the planet if world powers commit to peaking global emissions around mid-century and reducing them steadily thereafter.
Two Numbers: Americans Are Nearly as Likely to Believe in Intelligent Aliens as They Are in Evolution
Fifty-four percent of Americans believe there are intelligent aliens. Forty-two percent don't believe in evolution.
Japan has a lot of really, really old people.
The pope soars stressing humility, helping poor. Can Trump resist taking a shot?
Post-mortem analyses showed 96 percent had chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Record high temperatures are happening more frequently across the globe.
"Flying disc" sports are now recognized by the IOC, but prime-time glory is not guaranteed.