What happens when you combine an obsession with cats and a love for hip-hop? Apparently, you get Meow the Jewels, a deluxe new album from hip-hop duo Run the Jewels.
As everyone puts the finishing touches on their costumes and prepares for an epic night of trick-or-treating amid the cover of twilight, there are certain people just not feeling the Halloween spirit this year.
A 13-year-old boy from Phoenix reportedly saved his mother’s life after her abusive boyfriend attacked.
A rocket plane made by Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic crashed in the Mojave Desert during a test flight on Friday morning.
This time, we should know better. If there’s one thing sports has consistently taught us over the years, it’s that super teams do not work like magic.
A 14-year-old Nigerian girl may be put to death if found guilty of fatally poisoning her 35-year-old husband shortly after their wedding.
Everyone’s favorite heel-clad boys are back and bigger than ever. Earlier this week, Yanis Marshall, Arnaud Boursain and Mehdi Maminehey danced to the tunes of The Pussycat Dolls’ “Buttons” at Studio 68 in London.
The Internet loves cats. I, on the other hand, hate them. They’re mean and methodical, and they have piercing demon eyes.
Jay Z and Beyoncé are everyone’s favorite celebrity couple, so I’m pretty surprised it took us this long to come upon a Halloween costume based on them.
Historically speaking, “slutty” isn’t the most flattering word in the world, but this year I’ve heard slutty/sexy/racy costumes be described as exploitative, progressive, misogynist and feminist and I don’t really know what to think anymore.
Halloween isn’t exclusively about rotting haunted houses and ghouls. There’s a sweet side to the holiday, as shown by this father’s letter that dates back a couple years.
Although rape and consent are increasingly discussed subjects, the potentially life-ruining effects of sexual violation are not always easy to be open about.
Imagine having a sibling you’d never met. That was the case with John Pilotte and Susie Wilson, half-siblings who met for the first time last weekend at Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans after decades of wondering about one another.
When one door closes, another opens. Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end. Despite that being what I’ve learned about life opportunities, I’m having trouble looking on the bright side of Russell Westbrook’s newly broken hand.
The United States of America is the richest country in the world, yet nearly one in three US children lives in poverty.
What better way to show your love for something than to surround yourself with it? That’s the idea behind the one-of-a-kind dress that English beautician Sarah Bryan designed: It’s created entirely out of Skittles candy.
There are more than twice the number of billionaires in existence today than during the 2009 financial crisis, a new report from a global charity has found.
I don’t have the statistics to back this up, but from what I’ve seen, there’s a direct correlation between the rise of the Internet and the number of parents who shamelessly use their children as props to get attention.
Once Halloween is over, what’s a person to do with those half-rotten Jack-O-Lanterns and uncarved pumpkins sitting around the house?
Austrian police have arrested a 14-year-old boy who was reportedly offered $25,000 from the Islamic State to set off a series of explosions in Vienna.