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I thought, who is this guy? This guy is the funniest single human being on the planet Carl Reiner I was stuck at home after Anne died. I was afraid to go out. But then I pushed forward as that's what have
I’m very proud that an album made in a bedroom is the UK’s 26th bestselling of all time I was a struggling folky singer-songwriter during the 90s Britpop and dance boom. By the time I got to my third it
Tesla is working on technology to revolutionize the electrical grid with distributed solar power - Electrek
Tesla is working on technology for “a scalable hierarchical energy distribution grid” that could revolutionize how the electrical grid distributes solar power. To date, Tesla’s energy division, Tesla mostly
You land in your body with a start, or else it slowly comes into groggy focus: either way it’s night-time, but you are now awake. Why? Alice Gregory, a psychology professor at Goldsmiths, University of
A controversial new study suggests that the evolutionary birthplace of modern humans was in northern Botswana. Plus, Nirmal Purja, a Nepali man, shatters speed record for scaling the world’s 14 highest peaks in only six months and six days. And measles wipes out the "memory" of the immune system, making the body "forget" how to fight infection.
A new urgency surrounds the Russia investigation, with Donald Trump Jr and longtime Trump ally Roger Stone in legal peril Donald Trump only has himself to blame for Robert Mueller’s return to public life.
It’s the one area where Marvel Studios has been behind the pack in the world of superhero cinema. Twentieth Century Fox’s last three “X-Men” films (“X-Men: First Class,” “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and
Star Wars Celebration kicked off Friday with a panel starring the one and only Mark Hamill, who stayed true to his jovial persona. The original Skywalker cracked jokes and answered fans’ questions, opening