“We’re throwing the dictionary at you, and you’re showing the dictionary who’s boss,” Dr. Jacques Bailly, the Scripps National Spelling Bee’s official announcer said Thursday night after 17 rounds of —
For the second time in two years, a female bobcat has given birth on the roof of a 27-year-old Reddit user's home and this time the fluffy aftermath was captured on video. Billy McCormick, of Tucson, shared
After running limited tests in the US and elsewhere, Google Maps is rolling out speed limit warnings and both fixed and mobile radar locations in over 40 countries, Google has confirmed to TechCrunch.
A New Hampshire man is lucky to be in good health after an unexpected visitor crawled out of his iPad case. Last Thursday, Roy Syvertson sat down in his living room to use his electronic device like usual,
Reigning champ James Holzhauer inched closer to Jennings' record on Wednesday with his 30th consecutive victory on the popular game show, raking in $69,033. With Wednesday's haul, Holzhauer's winnings
The 1986 nuclear power plant explosion in Chernobyl hurled huge amounts of radioactive material into the air. In the minutes to years that followed, around 530,000 recovery operation workers, such as called
A Japanese man on a flight from Mexico City to Japan died Friday after he reportedly ingested 246 bags of cocaine and began having seizures shortly after the flight departed. The flight made an emergency
Tam, the last surviving male Sumatran rhinoceros in Malaysia, has died, making the future of the species look particularly grim. According to Reuters, Tam was about 30 years old, and since being captured
James Holzhauer was back doing his thing on ‘Jeopardy’ on Monday, so if you haven’t watched yet you might want to get out of here. Because I’m about to break down what happened in his 28th show. 'Jeopardy'
A grocery store chain has issued a recall for bags of flour over concerns about E. coli contamination after at least 17 people have been sickened in eight states. ALDI said in a news release on Thursday
It's been labeled "oddly shaped," "potentially hazardous" and "massive" — and the asteroid is set to pass by Earth this weekend. The "binary near-Earth asteroid" 1999 KW4 doesn't look like a normal asteroid: