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16.4 Million Americans Think Chocolate Milk Comes From Brown Cows, Survey Reveals

A survey commissioned by the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy returns shocking results. Seven percent of Americans believe brown cows produce the chocolate milk they drink.

Feature | Culture June 16, 2017

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick In Mourning After Losing His Mother In A Boating Accident, Father Seriously Injured

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick faced heartbreaking news this weekend, as his parents had a tragic boating accident. His mother lost her life, while his father is in a serious condition and receiving treatment at a local hospital.

Feature | Culture May 28, 2017

American Airlines Passenger Tries To Bite Flight Attendant, Jumps Off Plane Onto The Tarmac

An American Airlines passenger tried to bite a flight attendant, then managed to open the galley door and jump off the plane to land on the tarmac. The man faces federal charges, with a rescheduled hearing set to take place on June 1.

Feature | Culture May 28, 2017

Flights Canceled Amid Global British Airways Computer Outage: What's Going On?

A global British Airways computer outage is causing major disruptions, with flights delayed or canceled on Saturday. British Airways says it found no evidence of a cyberattack, and is trying to resolve the issues as soon as possible.

Feature | Culture May 27, 2017

Russian Officials Saw Michael Flynn As An Ally, Thought They Could Use Him To Influence Donald Trump

Intercepted communications of Russian officials reportedly revealed that the Russians thought they had Michael Flynn in their pocket. Moreover, Russian officials thought they could use their relationship with Flynn to influence Donald Trump.

Feature | Culture May 20, 2017

Rare Second Parchment Copy Of Declaration Of Independence Found In England

Researchers from Harvard found the only other parchment manuscript of the Declaration of Independence in the archives of West Sussex. The Sussex Declaration bears certain differences from the original parchment.

Feature | Culture April 24, 2017

Young Tarzan Girl: 8-Year Old Found Living With Monkeys In India [Update]

An 8-year-old girl behaving like an animal and with no understanding of human language has been found by the Indian police in the Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh, India. Authorities say she appears to have lived with animals for quite some time.

Feature | Culture April 8, 2017

Michael Flynn Agrees To Submit Himself For Questioning In Exchange For Immunity: Is He Guilty?

Former national security adviser Michael Flynn wants immunity in exchange for information on President Donald Trump’s possible ties with Russia, a year after he insinuated that asking for immunity is a sign of guilt.

Feature | Culture April 1, 2017

Who Was Detective X? Secret Forensics Investigator Of The 1930s Revealed To Be A Physicist From National Bureau Of Standards

Nine notebooks found in the archives of NIST reveal that the true identity of the renowned Detective X is a quiet, unassuming physicist on a random calibration assignment.

Feature | Culture March 21, 2017

Trump Accuses Obama Of Wiretapping Without Offering Proof: Experts Say It's A Catch-22

President Donald Trump has accused former President Barack Obama of wiretapping and likened him to Nixon, but experts say Trump’s team is in hot water regardless of the claim's legitimacy.

Feature | Culture March 5, 2017

European Parliament Begins Probe On Polish Lawmaker's Speech On Gender Pay Gap

The European Parliament has launched an investigation into a Polish lawmaker's remark that 'women must earn less than men' during a debate on gender pay gap.

Feature | Culture March 4, 2017

Rising Immigration Suppresses - Not Increases - Crime Rates: Study

A sociology professor's study on the impact of immigration on crime rates proves that its relationship is actually inversely proportional, as opposed to what some believe.

Feature | Culture March 4, 2017

Netflix Hacks: 8 More Tips And Tricks Every Binge-Watcher Should Know

Netflix just added exciting new series in its lineup so a marathon weekend is in order. Have a better binge-watching experience with these eight Netflix hacks.

Feature | Culture February 26, 2017

Trump vs Media: New York Times, CNN And More Blocked From White House Briefing

Some media outlets were unable to attend a White House press briefing on Friday, marking a new strain on the Trump administration’s relationship with the media.

Feature | Culture February 25, 2017

Trump And Mental Health: How A Signature Campaign Casts Light On The President's Sanity

A petition to remove President Trump from office due to a supposed mental illness sparks a conversation about his mental health. Is calling him 'crazy' doing more harm?

Feature | Culture February 19, 2017

WATCH: How Elon Musk's SpaceX Tunnel Looks In 'Minecraft'

It looks like Elon Musk’s proposed solution to Los Angeles traffic by digging an underground tunnel is underway. Watch this group bring the plans to life in 'Minecraft.'

Feature | Culture February 19, 2017

LOOK: Alec Baldwin Is So Good At Playing Trump, Newspaper Runs Photo Of Him As President

A Dominican Republic newspaper accidentally uses a photo of Alec Baldwin in his SNL impersonation of President Donald Trump in a serious news report about the chief executive.

Feature | Culture February 12, 2017

Art For Free: Met Museum Releases Thousands Of Artwork Images For Unrestricted Use

The Metropolitan Museum of Art gifts the world with 375,000 free high-resolution artworks from its open access collections all under the Creative Commons Zero license.

Feature | Culture February 12, 2017

It's Official: Tom Price Is Health Secretary But Is Obamacare In Trouble?

President Donald Trump’s nomination for Thomas Price as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services comes through. Price is victorious after a 52-47 vote. What does this mean for Obamacare?

Feature | Culture February 11, 2017

WATCH: An Ikea-Designed Refugee Shelter Being Built In Two Minutes

Better Shelter wins Beazley Design of the Year award for its Ikea-designed refugee shelters. The organization hopes to provide sustainable and cost-effective housing to refugees.

Feature | Culture February 8, 2017

Queen Elizabeth II Celebrates 65 Years As Monarch: Look Back At Britain's Longest Reign

Queen Elizabeth II has become an enduring symbol of tireless devotion to her country. She is widely considered as the most-photographed and most-traveled leader and the world's longest-reigning living monarch.

Feature | Culture February 7, 2017

#DressLikeAWoman: Twitter Fires Back At Trump Pressure On Female Staff

The hashtag #DressLikeAWoman trended on Twitter after news broke out that President Donald Trump prefers women working for him to dress in a certain way. People took to Twitter to express their indignation over the alleged dress code.

Feature | Culture February 5, 2017

LOOK: How Magazine Covers Portray Trump, America After Immigration Ban

Publications all over the world are reacting to U.S. President Donald Trump's anti-Muslim immigration ban through very creative magazine covers. Take a look at some of them here.

Feature | Culture February 5, 2017

Texas Bank Teller Stole $1.25 Million In Fraud Scheme

A former bank teller faces 30 years in prison for stealing $1.25 million over 10 years from a First National Bank branch in Texas. How did she steal the money?

Feature | Culture February 4, 2017

Hitler's Phone Recovered From Berlin Nazi Bunker To Be Sold At Auction

Adolf Hitler's red phone recovered from a Nazi bunker in Berlin is set to be auctioned later this month. How much would it likely fetch?

Feature | Culture February 2, 2017

LOOK: This Graphene Dress Lights Up Based On Breathing Pattern

The world's first graphene dress is unveiled in Manchester. The little black dress that lights up based on breathing pattern gives a whole new meaning to wearable technology.

Feature | Culture February 5, 2017

Trump Temporarily Bans Millions From Entering The US: What You Need To Know About The President's First Week In Office

It has only been ten days since President Donald Trump was sworn into office but things are already messy. Here’s a look back at what the new administration has toppled so far

Feature | Culture January 29, 2017

How Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Profile Stays Squeaky Clean: It's All Thanks To His PR Team

Mark Zuckerberg is committed to changing his image from an intense hoodie-wearing billionaire to a more mature and charismatic titan of industry -- all with the help of his Facebook PR team, of course.

Feature | Culture January 21, 2017

BuzzFeed Sparks Debate Over Media Ethics After Outing Unverified Trump Report

BuzzFeed published a dossier about Donald Trump alleging the president-elect's connections to the Russian government. The news organization's decision to publish the dossier created a backlash from other journalists and media outlets.

Feature | Culture January 12, 2017

Donald Trump Believes Computers Make Life Complicated: Here's Why

President-elect Donald Trump seems like he isn't a fan of computers. He believes people get more confused because of them.

Feature | Culture December 31, 2016

Britney Spears Death Hoax Sent Shock Waves On Social Media

Word that pop princess Britney Spears had died in an accident broke out on Twitter on Dec. 26, sending the social media sphere buzzing. But what makes this hoax launched by OurMine so gutwrenching?

Feature | Culture December 27, 2016

Barack Obama Quotes: 5 Memorable Lines From The Outgoing US President

Take a look back at some of President Barack Obama’s most memorable quotes in his eight years leading the United States. It cannot be denied that he had some great insights to share not only with his fellow politicians and critics, but also with the millions of citizens whose welfare he was responsible for.

Feature | Culture December 31, 2016

Halloween 2016 Top Costume Ideas: From Scary And Spooky To Downright Kooky

Just because you're into last minute Halloween costumes doesn't mean your costume won't be the creepiest (or kookiest). We've gathered the top trending costumes of Halloween 2016, from Donald Trump to killer clowns to Eleven of 'Stranger Things,' whose looks you can easily create.

Feature | Culture October 31, 2016

#FreeJulian: Netizens Rally Behind WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange After Ecuador Shut Down His Internet Access

Netizens and media observers on Twitter and Facebook have trended with expressions of support for Julian Assange. The transparency activist was denied access to the internet by Ecuador soon after his publication of emails exposing the tactics of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Feature | Culture October 18, 2016

Stolen Van Gogh Paintings From Amsterdam Art Museum Recovered By Anti-Mafia Police In Italy

Two van Gogh paintings stolen from an Amsterdam art museum in 2002 have been recovered by Italian police investigating a mafia group. The artworks depicting a seascape and a church scene will be used as evidence in the criminal case.

Feature | Culture September 30, 2016

What's Really Going On Between Olympic Swimmer Ryan Lochte And The Brazilian Government?

Inconsistencies in the statements of Olympic swimmers Ryan Lochte and James Feigen about an alleged armed robbery on Sunday have raised questions about the veracity of their claims. Two of their teammates, Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger, were prevented by Brazilian authorities from flying out of Rio in connection with the incident.

Feature | Culture August 18, 2016

Olympic Games Rio 2016: Why So Many Empty Seats At Major Events?

Could empty seats at the Olympic Games Rio 2016 be a sign that interest is waning? Organizers have sold only 84 percent of Olympic tickets.

Feature | Culture August 10, 2016

A Permanent Home For The Olympic Games: Should It Happen?

Should the Olympic Games find a permanent home? Experts argue that the prestigious sporting event may be a bane to a host country's economy, while others believe it is an investment for the future.

Feature | Culture August 4, 2016

Interview: Actress Lucy Griffiths Discusses AMC's 'Preacher'

On AMC's 'Preacher,' Lucy Griffiths portrays Emily, a character that doesn't appear in the comic books, but who was created specifically for the series. Griffiths recently spoke about the character and her relationships.

Feature | Culture July 22, 2016

'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' Recipe Guide: All The Recipes Hidden Throughout Erion And What They Do

Having trouble finding any recipes, or are you more more interested in their ingredients and what they do? Well, look no further, as this food guide has everything you need.

Feature | Culture July 3, 2016

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE: 5 Beginner Tips/Tricks To Set You On The Path To Stardom

'Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE' takes inspiration from 'Fire Emblem,' 'Shin Megami Tensei' and 'Persona' to give players a brand-new RPG experience. Here are some tips to help you get started on your path to stardom.

Feature | Culture June 26, 2016

We Pick Our Favorite E3 2016 Reveals

With E3 2016 now over, we survey the new video game landscape and choose which reveals were our favorites.

Feature | Culture June 17, 2016

Obama, Dalai Lama Meet At White House: Will It Damage Bilateral Ties With China?

On June 15, President Barack Obama met the Dalai Lama in a private meeting at the White House, despite a warning from China. A Chinese spokesperson warned the meeting could 'damage bilateral ties' between the two countries.

Feature | Culture June 16, 2016

'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' Character Guide: Velvet Tips, Tricks And Recipe/Skill Locations

Missing any skills or recipes for Velvet, or are you in need of some skill recommendations? Either way, this guide has got you covered.

Feature | Culture June 27, 2016

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