Despite the infamous hack that exposed millions of cheaters online, infidelity dating site Ashley Madison says its ranks are growing. At the time of the hack, Ashley Madison said it had 39 million members.
You gotta love it when nature gets a little taste of revenge, at least when that revenge doesn’t involve someone being seriously injured or worse. Then again, maybe Kurt Stepp posted this footage of his
Like middle-aged matrons who’ve had too much cosmetic surgery, women's magazines today are looking more generic than ever. It didn’t come as a surprise when the Meredith Corporation last week announced
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Storm chasing photographer Mike Hollingshead makes a living following America's worst storms, from snarling tornadoes chewing up Kansas farmland to supercell thunderstorms in the Dakotas. A Nebraska-native,
Science & InnovationOnly Human A new study calculates the rate of false convictions among death-row inmates. Is there a more tragic story than an innocent person going to prison? Tragic, and powerful.
Called "Dawn of a New Day," the 1939 Fair adopted a future-focused theme, which would become standard in subsequent World's Fairs. Electric giant Westinghouse took the theme to heart. The company created
Binyamin Netanyahu will push ahead with a rare change to Israel's basic laws – which amount to the country's constitution – to insist Israel is "the nation state of one people only – the Jewish people
Michael McConville alleges Gerry Adams made the threat in a face-to-face meeting suggesting support from Sinn Fein would change if he handed over names to the police The son of IRA murder victim Jean has
Union representing 70,000 striking miners say they have rejected offer from world's three largest platinum mining firms. South Africa's Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has said
Thailand is celebrating the anniversary of the coronation of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, crowned 64 years ago. Thousands lined the streets waving yellow flags, the kings royal colour, as the monarch’s motorcade
She could have sentenced him to 20 years in prison after he admitted to raping a 14-year-old girl in her high school. Instead, a Texas judge gave the defendant a 45-day sentence and five years of probation
An Alabama teen says she was suspended from school after she refused to take a local assessment test, contrary to an earlier report from WAAY-TV that the test was aligned with the state's Common Core Alyssa
Nobody should have been surprised when Gerry Adams was released without charge on Sunday night. The Police Service of Northern Ireland may think it has enough evidence against the Sinn Féin president justify
Old habits die hard. Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber will tell you that. The former emergency room doctor was on his way to dinner Monday evening when he noticed a woman in need of help in downtown Portland.
Economy In the heated debate over inequality, the wealthy are usually portrayed as the cause rather than the solution. But CNBC's first-ever Millionaire Survey reveals that 51 percent of American millionaires
Going against years of widely dispensed advice, the FDA warned the public in a statement yesterday that most people shouldn't take aspirin to prevent heart attacks, Bloomberg reports. risk of stomach brain
CCTV footage released by an Italian investigative TV programme appears to show Amanda Knox on the night of Meredith Kercher's death in November 2007. The figure in the film has a similar walk to Knox is
The federal prison system is expected to face renewed overcrowding problems just a few years after Ottawa completes a plan to add thousands of new cells, a new report by the Auditor-General says. The also
China has angrily dismissed reports that it has drawn up contingency plans for the collapse of the regime in North Korea, including measures to contain an influx of refugees and prevent unrest from spilling