It's easy to shine light through a crystal, but researchers at Princeton University are turning light into crystals--essentially creating "solid light." "It's something that we have never seen before,"
A self-confessed “armchair detective” claims to have solved perhaps the most notorious whodunit ever by claiming to have discovered the identity of Jack the Ripper. Russell Edwards claims Aaron Kosminski,
(plherrera via iStock) How private voucher programs are using tax dollars to teach ideology March 24, 2014 12:51pm (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. School voucher programs are being
George Rodrigue, the artist who transformed the image of Louisiana's loup-garou into a pop art icon, died on Saturday after a battle with cancer. Rodrigue took the legend of the Cajun werewolf and transformed
Diminish and Ascend is a sculptural installation by artist David McCracken that, from certain angles, looks like a never-ending staircase. Part of the annual event known as Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi,
San Francisco was beset by a wave of crime on Friday, as a woman was taken hostage and tied to cable car tracks, a criminal calling himself the Riddler attempted to rob a bank vault, and a miscreant known
The music of ancient Greece, unheard for thousands of years, is being brought back to life by Armand D'Angour, a musician and tutor in classics at Oxford University. He describes what his research is "Suppose