President Barack Obama had strong words for Islamic State during a statement today regarding the group's execution of freelance photojournalist Jim Foley, who had been missing since 2012 after disappearing in Syria.
Gossip magazines, the cosmetic industry and Agony Aunts have long fuelled the idea that stretch marks are embarrassing.
With legalized recreational marijuana in Colorado and Washington state and some form of medical marijuana available in 21 other states, you might think that you can't get into much trouble for complying with state ordinances on weed.
Source: Facebook The news: Philadelphia may be the City of Brotherly Love — but as these pictures show, we could all use a little more of that in our lives.
Image Credit: lmsifco/Imgur In a busy city like New York, it's easy to walk past a homeless person without sparing even a glance.
SeaWorld may have just given animal rights activists a new playbook. After months of vigorously fighting the allegations of abuse and neglect made in the 2013 documentary Blackfish, the theme park has recently taken steps towards acknowledging and rectifying their past mistakes.
It's hard to criticize Taylor Swift's new single, "Shake It Off," because it's all about how dumb her haters are.
You know things are bad when these guys are giving you grief. The ridiculous police response in Ferguson, Mo., has provoked plenty of reactions from other countries, some of whom seem to be reveling in the chance to troll the U.S.
1,225%. That's how much the price of higher education has increased in the past four decades. No, that's not a typo, and yes, it's as scary as it sounds.
There's an emerging counter-movement to support the officer who — with six bullets — allegedly perpetrated the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown on Aug.
Demilitarizing the police is an issue everyone can agree on — for now. After protests of the Michael Brown shooting became violent, police in full combat gear turned the streets of Ferguson, Mo., into a warzone.
Image Credit: Getty Gone are the days in which we turned to physical diaries, burn books or private online forums to unleash a flood of our ecstatic or tormented thoughts.
The news: Every day, it seems like we get more exciting news about finding a cure for cancer — and this latest update is taking us one step closer to a breakthrough.
The news: For most people, waking up with a cup of joe is a morning tradition — but according to scientists, you might be drinking coffee at the wrong time of day.
Drum roll, please: The sequel to "Flappy Bird," the game that drove the Internet insane and inspired countless ripoffs, is finally here.
The news: The scene in Ferguson turned violent once again on Monday night after repeated clashes between police and protesters.
Americans don't like Congress. This much we know. But a new survey shows a historic gap between how voters feel about Congress overall and how they feel about their own representatives heading into the midterm elections.
The Harry Potter author has done it again. Potter fans woke up this morning to a brand new story posted on Pottermore, J.K.
It's going to take more than acid to silence these courageous women. When New Delhi-based photographer Rahul Saharan started working on a project for Stop Acid Attacks, a campaign against acid violence, he never imagined such an overwhelming response to his pictures.
The news: Vampire-evoking, blood-sucking and Ebola-linked bats might not be the most beloved animals in the world.