Warner Brothers Animation Cartoon Network has just canceled Beware The Batman in about the most soul-crushing, embarrassing way possible.
Paul Bloom in The Atlantic: Aristotle’s definition of man as a rational animal has recently taken quite a beating.
Whether you’re out for a marathon day hike, or fine tuning your kit for a week long adventure, a pair of comfortable, sturdy boots will keep your feet in working order for the duration.
One way of getting the message of global climate change across to people in a simple and easy to understand manner is to compare it to something that’s a lot more accessible to them, such as a video game, and in this case, Joss Fong uses the Tetris to explain how CO2 emissions affect the Earth.
When the Fitbit Force was recalled back in March, it looked like it should have been the easiest recall in history.
Sony/Shutterstock Heaven Is For Real, And If You Don’t Believe Me You’re A Jerk There was an old Dave Chappelle sketch from right around the time Antwone Fisher came out, where Dave wondered aloud how heroic his own life story might look if he was writing it himself, the way the real Antwone Fisher wrote Antwone Fisher.
Did Pope Francis tell an Argentinian woman, married to a divorced man, she can take communion? That is the claim being made by the San Lorenzo resident and it has landed the Holy Father in trouble.
It’s that time of the year to do what we all love to do: file taxes and groan a bit about it. So you can imagine how cool it is that over 700 artists in Mexico take part in Pago en Especie, the Payment in Kind program that allows them to pay income tax in the form of artwork.
Suki Waterhouse and Cara Delevingne show off their best model poses at the launch of the new Burberry store, the Burberry Kerry Centre, on Thursday evening (April 24) in Shanghai, China.
Tweet Dr. Jed Diamond shares some surprising findings from the new science of love. — Though I come from a long line of angry and depressed men, I never thought it would happen to me. My father tried to take his own life when I was five years old. Growing up I vowed that I would do everything I could to learn about mental health so I wouldn’t end up like him.
comedy central John Oliver’s big fancy HBO show Last Week Tonight debuts this Sunday in a big fancy post-Game of Thrones/Silicon Valley/Veep timeslot, which is really just an excellent piece of news.
You might assume most folks charged with driving under the influence after crashing their vehicles into light poles at 1 o’clock in the morning are thankful no one got hurt and just take the punishment coming their way.
In a few years, Amazon may handle the entire delivery process for your impulse Prime purchases. The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon is in the early stages of branching out its delivery operation into something that could eventually compete directly against UPS and FedEx — two companies that play a critical role in getting its packages to customers today.
Choosing the perfect watch can be a challenge: from price point to design, functionality and complexity, many factors can dictate a direction or even unhinge a commitment.
So, are YOU seeing red after last night’s Arrow? WOAH. Just…WOAH. Here’s some events of note from “Seeing Red.” No obituary for Isabel after a week.
Nibbles is a smart automatic Pet Feeder with a camera. Built by a dog and cat owner, we understand feeding your pet on time and being able to stay connected gives us a peace of mind.
This dog and Subaru’s marketing department are both kind of sneaky…
California's drought has finished its conquest of the state: 100 percent of the land here is now in a drought condition, and 96 percent of it is in a severe, extreme, or exceptional drought.
The long-awaited sequel to the hugely popular adaptation of Frank Miller’s noir-inspired graphic novel Sin City is fast approaching cinema screens, and with each fresh glimpse our hearts skip another beat.
Amazon could be rolling out its own private delivery network to make more same-day deliveries and have more control over shipping expenses (which grew 29% last year), The Wall Street Journal reports. The company is currently testing the use of Amazon trucks driven by Amazon-supervised contractors to bring customers' packages "the last mile" to their doorsteps in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York, WSJ's Greg Bensinger reports. Right now, UPS, FedEx, and the U.S.