(CNN) — Just hours after the president of the University of Missouri system resigned on Monday, the chancellor of the university announced he also was stepping down amid a controversy over race. Chancellor
The Wall Street Journal fact-checked another claim in the retired neurosurgeon's 1990 autobiography, "Gifted Hands," and found more evidence of a potentially fabricated story. The Journal's Reid Epstein
On March 3 of this year, the Denver Nuggets fired head coach Brian Shaw. It was not a controversial decision. The Nuggets were listing. Shaw was struggling. A change seemed inevitable. Shaw's dismissal
Would you share your home with a robot or work side by side with one? People are starting to do both, which has put the relationship we have with them under the spotlight and exposed both our love and
This post has been corrected. If you find yourself stuck inside a black hole, Stephen Hawking says not to panic: You may die, but all traces of your existence may not be lost forever. Current science that
There are so many movies on Netflix, however, that it can be hard to sort through them all. The streaming site does a great job picking up films beyond mainstream hits. A diverse number of overlooked are
U.S. news The 21-year-old white man suspected of having gunned down nine people at a historic black church in South Carolina, was back in Charleston Thursday after a sweeping manhunt that spanned two Dylann
Noted Golden State Warriors fan, curser of former NBA MVPs and highly entertaining rapper/personality Lil B may have just done all that a fan can do to seal a series victory for his team—curse the opposing
Magazine As the once-vilified drug becomes more accepted, researchers around the world are trying to understand how it works and how it might fight disease. There’s nothing new about cannabis, of course.
Summer is coming, guys. If you aren’t already, you should be working on leaning up that mass of muscle and microwaved carbohydrates you’ve been carefully cultivating over the winter. These last five months
The Tennessee Volunteers held a student practice this past weekend to show appreciation to fans and to add a game-day atmosphere for players. Toward the end, offensive lineman Kyler Kerbyson wanted to
When I talk about Kendrick Lamar with people who follow hip-hop, there’s always a hushed exchange that takes place. "He could be it," one of us will say. "He could," the other will reply. Like a pitcher
With the opportunity to try to make a difference, sports anchor Dale Hansen of Dallas-Fort Worth's WFAA recently used some airtime to deliver a powerful anti-racism speech. The speech came about after
Minnesota Timberwolves rookie Zach LaVine was considered by many to be the favorite to win the 2015 NBA Slam Dunk Contest. For his first dunk, he had Quad City DJ's open for him with "Come on and Slam"
If you want Michael Sam's NFL comeback attempt to be successful, click away from this article immediately. If you are rooting for Sam to become the first openly gay player to crack a regular-season roster,
John Wall played what might have been the best game of his life on Monday night, but nobody's going to remember his stat line. That's because the point guard broke down in tears after the Washington Wizards'
RAPID CITY, S.D. — The nurse shark is a generally docile creature, spanning up to nine feet and 300 pounds and armed with a vise-like jaw lined with thousands of serrated teeth. Left alone, it is harmless
LeBron James officially reclaimed his kingdom on Friday night. John Harper of Cleveland.com reported earlier in the day that around 30,000 fans were expected to pack the University of Akron's InfoCision