Despite the tabloid-friendly idea that a violent Islamist group is run by a woman from England, security analysts believe these claims are silly.
Scratch the surface and you'll find a lot of Australians believe the homeless are lazy. We asked Prof. Kathleen Hulse, an expert on homelessness, where these beliefs come from.
May 20, 2015
Is coffee slowly killing us, or turning us into an army of invincible warriors with iron dicks?
Smartphones have made it easy for creeps to take sneaky photos of women in public places and then upload those pictures online without their knowledge—and it's all perfectly legal, at least for now.
You're welcome, we guess.
In part one of this three-part series about South African electronic music, we learn about the importance of regionalism in the rise of genres like broken beats, qgom, Shangaan electro, and kwaito.
Talking with New Zealand director, Christopher Dudman, about his Christchurch earthquake documentary "The Day That Changed My Life".
The spill has created two slicks that span 9 miles of coastline near Santa Barbara, potentially harming water quality and endangering marine life.
May 20, 2015
We hung out with the bandleader and longtime Letterman sidekick to learn about the origins of late-night TV's longest running comedy team.
Meet Prayers, the pioneering electronic/industrial duo that formed in 2013 to make "cholo goth" music.
Famous for Worms and Alien Breed, the British institution has an amazing track record of putting out innovative indie games.
Until the remains of Alex Schubert's fishing boat are found, we are keeping the flame of hope alive by having guest artists fill in for him. This week the Blobby Boys get signed by Gene Simmons and it's the worst thing that ever happened to them.
We talked to biker expert Edward Winterhalder about his reasons for joining a gang 40 years ago and how an argument over a patch turned into a deadly shootout on Sunday in Texas.
Skrillex is launching a satellite, so we talked to him about the final frontier.
Nothing else has ever lampooned all that's wrong with modern Britain in quite the same way.
Creative Time brings to Central Park free ice cream, Hollywood reenactments, and a Nordic boat called the S. S. Hangover, all in the name of art.
What will come of Jameis Winston's lawsuit against his accuser Erica Kinsman? Legal experts weigh in on the suit and its possible consequences.
Whether it's cops pulling back after unrest over Freddie Gray's death, the warmer weather, or systemic problems like poverty, a lot of people are getting shot in Charm City these days.
Musk and the genetics pioneer have discussed how printed life could help terraform Mars.
For years, games based on films were terrible. But then came quite the sea change.
Apparently, one to three cups a day keeps the erectile disfunction away.
The list includes A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam, a couple of video game guides, and the Adobe Acrobat manual.
The New Zealand government has opened the doors to public submissions for their new flag. Candidates have included kiwis, sheep, lasers, more kiwis, and more sheep.
Munchies heads to California's central coast to learn how to make ice-water hash. There, host Abdullah Saeed whips up a batch of cannabis-infused, savory-sweet Moroccan mahjoun.