I’ve marched against climate change. I’ve read Naomi Klein. What else can I do?
I sat for two hours on my bed, a bandanna over my eyes, while the film played on my television. I mostly snoozed or wondered how I would act during the apocalypse.
The disgraced televangelist is back on TV, this time hocking doomsday prepper food.
We speak to the experts about nukes, pandemics and zombies.
Only one man can clear up your skin, give you peace of mind, and provide world-class shelter in the face of a world-ending blast.
Plus speed limits up to 110km, water shortage on Waiheke and fewer hours for teacher aides.
Walking corpses are here to help, according to a new book 'Living with the Living Dead: The Wisdom of the Zombie Apocalypse.'
A new study found that mouse sperm freeze-dried and sent to space for nine months can still be used to make healthy babies back on Earth.
Leslie goes down a rabbit hole after trying to fix her insomnia with the help of a few internet hypnosis videos.
We spoke to the former head of the British Embassy in North Korea about what's really going on.
Trey Edward Shults's apocolyptic horror film, starring Joel Edgerton and Christopher Abbot, hits theaters June 9.
We know climate change is bad, but we don't really know how bad.