Deciding whether you can afford to live in your dream city might be as simple as taking a look at a new map.
Twitter parody accounts might seem like a laughing matter, but in Peoria, Illinois, the creation of one led to warrants, a raid, arrests and a $125,000 out-of-court settlement, according to The New York Times.
Apparently honesty is the best policy, even when it comes to going viral.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development has issued a report stating that the Palestinian territory of Gaza could become uninhabitable by 2020 if current economic trends continue.
Regardless of the outcomes of clashes between college football powerhouses during the second-ever College Football Playoff hunt, Auburn fans reign supreme on the gridiron of grammar, according to a study by Grammarly.
In the never-ending battle of low-carb versus low-fat diets, scientists may have just settled the debate — and discovered there really shouldn’t be one.
Earning the MacArthur Foundation's $500,000 "Genius Grant" provided Seattle poet Heather McHugh enough money to travel the globe or pamper herself.
Twelve homeless shelter cats escaped their cages into a maximum security prison in Pendleton, Indiana, in a new program that rescues cats and gives inmates pet therapy in one package.
Keeping up with the U.S. economy for even a minute proves daunting, but a new infographic gaining traction online will alow you to try, according to Mic.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer may have doubled the company's paid maternity leave in 2013, but that doesn't mean she'll take much time off when she gives birth to twins this winter.
TANZANIA — The African country of Tanzania is taking reality TV shows to a whole new level. Of reality that is.
A nonprofit organization is working to alter negative stereotypes of children in foster care. Given the depressing rates of adoption from the foster-care system, the group has a lot of work to do.
UNDER THE SEA — A massive great white shark known as "Deep Blue" is once again making waves on the Internet.
Talk of how to give relief in regards to Europe's growing refugee crisis heightened last week after a photo of a drowned 3-year-old boy grabbed attention on social media, according to USA Today.
The prospect of earning $15 an hour might encourage young adults to ditch endeavors in education if nationwide efforts to raise the minimum wage come to fruition, a Times Square billboard indicates.
New York City area resident Heather Haviland said she sought to make the holidays great for her family, but a 16-hour day of reminders of ...
If new cybersecurity research indicates anything, getting shoved to retailers' floors in pursuit of the hottest Christmas gifts isn't the only peril shoppers might ...
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's family-oriented Friday announcement might hint at his most influential move since the creation of the social media giant ...
Conversation in regards to family lineage often turns to whether people share more in common with their mother or father, but hopefully they don't ...
"The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert isn't the perfect Catholic — but he still tries.
Avian flu killed 8 million turkeys earlier this year — but consumers are still finding "bargain birds" on their pre-Thanksgiving shopping trips, according to NPR.
Researchers indicated parents who want to test the future intelligence of the toddlers they're raisin’ might just need a dried grape and cup.
A new scientific paper suggests global wildfires might share a common characteristic with people: They rest on Sundays, according to The Washington Post.
The world’s most vulnerable populations are facing six months of increased food and water shortages as El Nino brings drought to Africa, South Asia ...
Spurred by cheap gas prices, 47 million Americans plan to travel away from home over Thanksgiving weekend, according to The Washington Post.
Annual family trips to visit Santa Claus at the mall might've induced stress, annoyance and awkwardness in parents — but at least they came at ...
Oxford Dictionaries' choice for 2015 Word of the Year shows that because of tech-driven means of communication, words have fallen on tough times: They're ...
A recent report indicated only Santa himself, holiday parties and time off from school rival gift cards' prominence during Christmas.
"The Diary of Anne Frank" provides readers a glimpse into the experiences of a teen girl living in World War II-era Europe — but now it ...
The world's lone person still fluent in Wukchumni, Marie Wilcox's goal proves a bit difficult to put into words.