Embattled pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli is giving some people what they want — a chance to punch him in the face.
“Dilbert” creator and social commentator Scott Adams declared Hillary Clinton the winner of Monday’s U.S. presidential debate, but with a twist — Donald Trump “won the election.”
America was fixated by the presidential debate. Early Nielsen numbers released Tuesday find that a record-breaking 84 million viewers tuned in to see Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face each other on stage for the first time.
Conservative writer and University of Tennessee law professor Glenn Reynolds will not face disciplinary action for a controversial tweet about the Charlotte rioters, the school announced Tuesday.
Scientists say the first baby has been born from a new technique that combines DNA from three people.
The minds behind Alfred E. Neuman are setting their sights on the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee for the October issue of MAD Magazine.
The federal government is suing a data intelligence startup co-founded by entrepreneur Peter Thiel.
A second computer hacker has pleaded guilty to breaking into hundreds of email accounts and stealing nude photos of female celebrities two years after the so-called “Celebgate” leak spurred an ongoing federal investigation.
A new California law that would force the Internet Movie Database to remove an actor or actress’s date of birth from his or her profile is a violation of the First Amendment guarantees, critics are arguing, according to The Hollywood Reporter (THR).
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services has apologized after a staffer posted anti-Donald Trump tweets on the agency’s official account Monday night during the first presidential debate.