On the eve of the White House Correspondents Association dinner, many celebrities thought that the 2016 election had taken a turn for the dramatic with the rise of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.
A weasel-like animal shut down the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator near Geneva, Switzerland, early Friday after weaseling into a transformer.
Matt McGorry has a message for all the other nice guys out there: “Being nice is not enough to stop sexism or racism or any kind of -ism.”
Bob Knight’s big endorsement of Donald Trump started with a phone call–one that Knight himself initiated, reaching out to Trump several weeks ago, the legendary coach tells TIME.
Two guns sat on a table at Baltimore Police Headquarters Thursday. One was fake, the other real. Police Commissioner Kevin Davis suggested that members of the press figure out which was which.
(LONDON) — Two men and a woman have been charged with terror offenses in Britain, authorities said Friday.
Mohammed Ali Ahmed and Zakaria Boufassil, both 26, of Birmingham, England, were charged Thursday with supplying cash “for the purposes of terrorism,” West Midlands Police said in a statement.
33 South American circus lions will be airlifted to a sanctuary in South Africa Friday.
The airlift is being arranged by Animal Defenders International, an animal rights group, which rescued the animals and is raising money to pay for the flight.
Autocorrect has become an indispensable tool for texting quickly, but it can also lead to some pretty humiliating errors.
Keegan-Michael Key had some advice for fellow comedian Larry Wilmore: have a drink before roasting the president at Saturday’s White House Correspondents Dinner. Or three, actually.
Literary giant Walt Whitman was an early advocate of what today sounds like the popular paleo diet, according to the author’s recently uncovered writings.
Child genius Brielle Milla has already
(BURLINGAME, Calif.)—Donald Trump, the outsider, made his case to California’s Republican establishment on Friday as protesters clashed with police.
Will Ferrell no longer plans to play Ronald Reagan in a satirical film about the 40th president, according to a Ferrell spokesperson in a Page Six report.
Oscar winner Alicia Vikander will be our next Lara Croft. Let us hesitatingly celebrate.
Prince‘s coat from his 1984 film Purple Rain will go up for auction this summer.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden stars in a new music video released Thursday by French electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre, two weeks after the track “Exit” came out on streaming platforms.
A new study finds a correlation between the aerial spraying of pesticides to kill mosquitoes and an increased risk of developmental delays and autism among kids.
Given the opportunity he was presented—a candid conversation with the Attorney General of the United States—federal prison inmate Tony Moses took a chance.
After waiting more than 10 months to find out whether Jon Snow is actually dead or not, at least one Game of Thrones fan has had enough.
Microsoft said Friday that it would remain a presence at this year’s Republican convention in Cleveland, despite calls to abandon the event over Donald Trump’s controversial candidacy.
Yet another Marvel superhero will be battling baddies in Hell’s Kitchen. The Punisher is officially getting his own Netflix show, the streaming service announced Friday.
The California state assembly rejected a proposal to honor John Wayne Thursday because of the actor’s offensive comments.