Former NBA star Dennis Rodman is in North Korea to train help train the national team and visit leader Kim Jong Un. Rodman calls the North Korean leader his friend. (Dec. 19)
From savage beasts in the wild to the domesticated LOLcats we know and love today — scientists know little about how cats came to be our fine furry friends — but a feline fossil discovery is giving researchers some new insight. According to a study out of St. Louis’ Washington University, ...
A blind man who tumbled onto the NYC subway tracks along with his guide dog are alive today thanks to some quick work by a few of the city's subway riders. (Dec. 17)
According to a new study cats may have been living alongside humans as early as 5,300 years ago in Northern China.
Toronto mayor Rob Ford caught on tape again, this time, during a council session Tuesday, dancing vigorously to a band playing "One Love" on the chamber floor. (Dec. 17)
It's another grave scientific discovery — but this time in a good way. An international team of scientists found new evidence that Neanderthals cared for their elderly and dead by intentionally burying bodies — an important sign of development and community for our much, much older cousins. (Via LiveScience) The scientists spent 13 ...
The Mega Millions jackpot soared to an estimated $636 million on Tuesday, making it the second largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history. (Dec. 17)
A 13-year study provides evidence that Neaderthals not only buried their dead with purpose but also cared for their elderly.
The playoffs may pay off for Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito, even from the sideline. Incognito will remain on the NFL's suspended list with pay for the rest of the season, including the playoffs, a person familiar with the situation said. (Dec. 17)
The Senate advanced a compromise budget bill, with a 67-33 cloture vote that ensures the measure will pass the Democratic-led chamber no later than Wednesday and head to the White House to be signed into law. (Dec. 17)