Anti-Immigration Party Comes Up With Most Outlandish Reason To Ban Burqas Yet
According to the UK Independence Party, the burka is bad for many reasons — especially for women's bones.
“Ice Bucket Challenge” Creator Cannot Afford His Own Medical Bills
Although Pete Frates helped raise $250 million, he can no longer sustain the health care costs of his own ALS.
Slave Labor Used For 2018 World Cup In Russia, New Report Says
A new report claims that migrant workers are subjected to "appalling conditions" in constructing a 2018 World Cup stadium.
Lost World War II Bombers Discovered On The Floor Of The Pacific After 70 Years
New technology allows researchers to uncover missing American B-52 bombers off the coast of Papua New Guinea.
Jupiter Covered In Earth-Sized Cyclones, Just-Released Photos Show
Turns out the giant planet is packed with equally big surprises.
This Week In History, May 21 – 27
New human ancestor uncovered, ancient temple reopened, hominid spine unveiled, T. rex ants found alive, enormous emerald dug up.
World Health Organization Spends More On Travel Than AIDS Relief, New Report Shows
In fact, the United Nations health agency spent more on traveling expenses than it did on AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined.
Poverty A “State Of Mind,” Says Man In Charge Of U.S. Agency That Helps The Poor
On a Wednesday radio show, HUD Secretary Ben Carson implied that being poor is a choice.
Trump Budget Would Allow Tens of Thousands of Wild Horses to be Slaughtered
To make money, the Trump Administration budget suggests reversing a ban on selling wild horses for slaughter.
Reporter “Body Slammed” By GOP Congressional Candidate Night Before Election
Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate for Montana's U.S. Congressional seat, has been charged with assault after body slamming a reporter.
Kidney Stones Fly Out Of People On Roller Coasters, Surgeon Discovers
Riding a roller coaster will likely help you pass a small kidney stone, a groundbreaking new study reveals.