Sitting around thinking about how exactly one would be killed by a black hole may sound morbid, but itâ€™s actually a pretty important determination for physicists.
US current affairs magazine Newsweek is going back into print, following a stint as a digital-only publication.
Aaron Paul discusses his attraction to the video game-based actioner 'Need for Speed' at the film's Los Angeles premiere. Co-stars Dominic Cooper and Scott Mescudi talk women, cars and doing dangerous
A California man named Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto denies having anything to do with Bitcoin. He rejected Newsweek's 4,500-word cover story that claims he is Bitcoin's creator in an exclusive int
A startup company called BiteLabs says it wants to grow meat from celebrity tissue samples in order to make artisanal salami. Andrew Dymburt (@CantPinTheDym) thinks this can't be real.
Children's book illustrator Emma Levey talks BBC News through the process of bringing imagination to the printed page.
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Justin Bieber gave a deposition in an unrelated Miami lawsuit filed by a photographer who says he was roughed up by the singer's bodyguards. The lawsuit is unrelated to Bieber's DUI arrest in January.
Researchers out of London's Royal College of Art say some bluestones, the rock found in the earliest stone circle, make musical tunes.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday took advantage of a short break in his busy schedule to pay a visit to one of Rome's most famous landmarks, the Spanish Steps. Kerry, surrounded by secu