How Beyonce's 'Lemonade' Reclaims Rock Music's Black Female Legacy

Black women, particularly black female blues singers, are part of the foundation from which rock & roll was built.

How A Twitter Joke Inspired A Clever Soccer Video Game

Dan Marshall hates soccer, but that isn't stopping him.

Digital Warlord

With the release of his new album "Warlord," Swedish artist Yung Lean is boldly stepping into the real world.

Half Of All Western European Men Are Descendants Of A Bronze Age King

According to a new study, a single man fathered several elites, who were responsible for an explosion in reproduction some time around 4,000 years ago.

Could Facebook Swing The Election?

The first thing Facebook would have to do, if it wanted to swing an election, would be to suss out exactly who to target.

Ex-Volunteer Deputy Found Guilty In 2015 Shooting Of Eric Harris

Robert Bates, 74, said he meant to use his Taser stun gun, not his revolver, on Harris, who had been tackled by other deputies and was being held on the ground.

The Rise Of... Laxative Teas?

How laxative teas took over Instagram, one $250,000 celebrity endorsement at a time.

England's Century-Long Battle To Rid Itself Of American Squirrels

They’re aggressive. They’re big. They’re stealing resources from the natives, they carry disease. They cost Britain millions of pounds a year and they’re breeding. And they’re squirrels.

The Biography Of A Stubborn Ice Pile

"Every time I went by, the snow was still there. As the temperature wandered between the teens and the 60s, the pile got a little smaller and eventually split into distinct piles."