Embed from Getty Images — Muhammad Ali once explained why the idea that there were some decent white people wasn’t a useful argument for him.
DC/CW television crossovers are a blessing and a curse for me. I love them because I think that The Flash/Supergirl both have amazing universes, and the DC world just plain works better when they are allowed to play amongst each other without fear of who owns what property.
The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit to block AT&T from its controversial $85.4 billion grab at Time Warner, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
The way we bury dead is horrible for the environment. There are alternatives. The post We Need to Change How We Bury Our Dead appeared first on Futurism.
Madagascar. It’s more than an incorrect (but fun) DreamWorks movie. Located off the eastern coast of Africa, this island, nearly the size of France and the third largest in the world, has a population over 20 million but sees only about 325,000 tourists a year.1 I spent two weeks there with Intrepid Travel Travel and was surprised by how few tourists there were (I figured — with no data to back it up — that there would be a lot more), as well as by just how difficult the country was to travel around.
The White House’s estimate is considerably higher than previous studies’. The opioid epidemic in 2015 cost the US economy more than $500 billion, according to a new report by the White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA).
Globe Genie is a really basic but fun website for travel lovers, as it “teleports” you to a random spot somewhere across the world each...
Getty Image According to previous reporting, a not-insignificant number of Fox News employees are embarrassed by their networks’ ongoing coverage of the special counsel’s probe of ties between the Trump campaign and Russia with a severe divide forming between the opinion side (Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, etc) and the newsroom side over the “short term strategy” of “backing the President at all costs.” Unfortunately for Fox News and its parent company, that perceived bias could become actionable in court.
The decision may or may not have something to do with President Trump’s fierce hatred of CNN.
When attending a traditional wedding, there is one cardinal rule that every guest must follow: For the love of God, do not wear white.
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Greenhouses are about to go pink. The post Magenta Greenhouses Cut Gas Emissions by Generating Their Own Electricity appeared first on Futurism.
What happened? Fox News for the first time Sunday denounced a petition asking advertisers to ditch Fox News host Sean Hannity. The petition, which was orchestrated by liberal watchdog group Media Matters for America, sharply criticized Hannity for his support of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore after allegations surfaced regarding Moore having inappropriate sexual contact with teenagers.
Excited to talk a little Star Wars with my buddy @theellenshow today!! A post shared by @lauradern on Oct 18, 2017 at 9:56am PDT We’re finally hearing some more details about Laura Dern’s Last Jedi character, the purple-haired Admiral Amilyn Holdo.
“I just moved to New York, so it’s been a little tough meeting people. It seems like everyone already has their own group of friends.
If Angela Merkel can no longer govern Germany, how can Germany govern the EU?
Once again BOLDR has had great success launching their new models on Kickstarter, including their latest, the BOLDR Expedition Field Watch, which comes in six styles featuring a Swiss automatic Sellita SW200-1 movement inside.
Albert C Ledner, an apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright who helped proliferate modern architecture across the US, has died in New Hampshire aged 93.
Even today, no one knows where the coconut originally came from. However, thanks to the fact that it floats, it found its way across parts of Asia, becoming stables in Indonesian and South Indian cuisine.
Disposable plates don’t come much greener. The post A Startup in Germany Is Making the Most Biodegradable Plates on the Planet appeared first on Futurism.