Now that Lil Poopy's biological father is under investigation for child neglect, the MC who played rap-game father figure to the controversial 9-year-old is trying to keep his distance.
For an as-of-yet unnamed price, you too can board a massive luxury ocean liner much like the Titanic for its maiden voyage in 2016. And just as it was on that fateful journey, you too could go down with the ship, according to designs unveiled today.
A Washington state man celebrated his birthday this year by treating himself to the most expensive drink you can custom-order at Starbucks. Let's hope he didn't chug that toxic — and potentially lethal — dose of caffeine in one sitting.
Funding-strapped researchers should be rejoicing at Obama's promise to put $3 billion towards mapping the human brain, right? Not according to scientists who say the project lacks clear goals and gobbles up money that could've gone to a lot more smaller studies.
Today, Pope Benedict XVI announced plans to live out his retirement "hidden from the world." That should come easy, considering how successful the Vatican has been at keeping secrets under wraps during his seven-year papacy.
The hosts of the Today show committed meme murder on Wednesday, and the viral dance craze died swiftly. It was one week old.
Discovered: What we were before we were monkeys; lower legal drinking ages encourage more binge drinking; forensics on King Richard III's remains prove Shakespeare right; diet sodas raise diabetes risk more than sugary drinks.
Five colleges have recently been caught cooking admissions statistics in order to secure higher spots in the U.S. News college rankings. As admissions officers come clean about the rankings racket, suspicions about U.S. News' credibility have been raised.
With a new documentary and biography about the creator of The Catcher in the Rye on the way, we could be learning a lot more about the intensely private author. Here's what we still don't know, and what we might discover next.
Discovered: Erectile dysfunction meds and green tea team up to fight cancer; cell phone towers are responsible for many bird deaths; look at this tractor beam in action; shooting your belly full of botox won't make you skinny.
On the same day that the September 11th high-jackers returned to court, word came that the office responsible for closing the prison has itself been closed, adding another entry to the long list of scuttled attempts to shut down the detention facility.
Electrolytes aren't the only thing quenching your thirst when you drink Gatorade. An ingredient patented for use as a flame retardant has been in the formula until now, as PepsiCo Inc. plans to phase out the substance from Gatorade... while keeping it in other products.
Brooklyn art student Thomas Calabrese was just trying to do his homework, but music bloggers desperate for a scoop were quick to believe that his faux Vampire Weekend album cover was the real deal.
The state of Florida has a bounty out on invasive pythons, luring amateur snake killers into the Everglades for a month-long hunt. Hilarious, right? Not to those who say it encourages cruelty and does little to solve conservation problems.
What can we learn when Skrillex, the populist producer followed by a rabid fan base of ravers, aspires to critical credibility with a more cerebral electronica? The Internet's dubstep junkies will not be denied their drops.
The most noxious, wrongheaded, misleading, silly, and downright awful pieces of punditry to somehow end up in print or online this year.
Researchers have found no connection between autism and violence, but that hasn't stopped the mainstream media from harping on Newtown shooter Adam Lanza's apparent bout with Asperger's syndrome. It hasn't stopped the emotional responses, either.
Discovered: Hops help prevent severe forms of pneumonia and bronchitis in kids, plus video of an elusive Malaysia cat, what bat autopsies can teach us about AIDS, and why genetic mutations are more common than you thought.
The organization's major global warming conference brought almost 200 countries together in Doha for the last two weeks, and, well, there was a lot of bickering.
The raunchy Latin genre known as reggaeton won't be soundtracking Cuban parties anymore. At least not legal ones. And that's... OK?