We spoke to Camilla Luddington and Rhianna Pratchett about bringing the famous character to life in Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Two decades after a mining operation dumped its wastewater into the river that Lower Klity Creek residents depend on for drinking a fishing, villagers are still grappling with the horrific consequences.
Iranian prosecutors have accused the paper's Tehran bureau chief of "collaborating with hostile governments" and disseminating "propaganda against the establishment."
A few years ago, for a stretch of 25 memorable games, Jeremy Lin was unstoppable. Since then, he's become a NBA punchline. Now, in Charlotte, he's playing like himself again.
Working in the restaurant industry can be tough. But instead of playful support, the chef and kitchen staff will bestow their wisdom upon you in a mean and scary way that is commonly referred to as "tradition."
Protestors gathered around Cosby's star on the Walk of Fame this weekend to tear up California's statute of limitations—laws which dictate how long victims have to report a rape.
There was yelling and violence, then all the protesters marched to the park for a provocative pork sausage BBQ.
A Russian sailor was fired after it was discovered he drank half a liter of booze before driving a 7,000-ton ship into the Scottish coast.
The newest piece of Star Wars–related content to hit the public looks cool, but fails to deliver anything approaching a good time.
A Muslim woman named Rahila Haidary confronted the demonstrators in Western Australia about their beliefs and one of the leaders of the anti-Islam rally signed a woman's cleavage.
The so-called "Ferguson effect" is complete bullshit, but it's being used to delegitimize and poison the message of Black Lives Matter.
We meet a guy who tries smart drugs on YouTube, hit the road with metal legends Corrosion of Conformity, talk to an FBI agent who went undercover for decade, and more.
The knee-jerk assumption that refugees are responsible for the terror in France is moronic and disturbing.
Step one: be a medical researcher.
Trump has made a habit of kicking out journalists from campaign events or denying them access to his campaign altogether.
Up to 1 million people in the UK are using illegal steroids—could that be related to muscle dysmorphia, a.k.a. "bigorexia"?
Artists Kirsty Stevens and Hannah Laycock tackle the knowledge gap that surrounds MS by creating art that is tangible and accessible.
This morning, Obama vows to find the "truth" in allegations that intelligence reports were doctored to exaggerate progress in the war against the Islamic State, Argentina gets a new president, Belgians turn to tweeting cat pics as Brussels remains on lock…
They just want to make sure no one gets murdered by their parents.
It's called a 'gym,' but don't show up expecting to get a workout.
We caught up with the author to talk about her new novel and her belief that readers like her in the same way they like cronuts.
Bob Hamer spent 26 years undercover for the FBI, where he posed as a drug dealer, contract killer, pedophile, degenerate gambler, international weapons dealer, and white-collar criminal.
Conventional wisdom dictates that once food is gobbled up, it's turned into pretty much the same mush for everybody, but "not so," says a recent study.
Despite his skateboarding pedigree and work in print, TV, film, and graphics, Cliver's never actually owned a skateboard company—until now.