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A Philadelphia doctor and a notoriously violent motorcycle gang joined forces to sell mass quantities of prescription pills.
Fighting the FBI’s ‘gang’ designation in the courts, Insane Clown Posse held its 16th annual festival in northern Ohio filled with boobs, bud, and Faygo galore.
Scott Walker has been remarkably successful in politics winning all but two of the races he’s run. But the victors of the two contests are more than willing to dish about how they beat Wisconsin’s union slayer many years ago.
Can software perform better than humans on matters of hiring and retaining employees?
After the murderous siege of a kosher supermarket and many other anti-Semitic flashpoints, Jews were reported to be leaving France en masse. Others are resolute about staying put.
Jon Watts was plucked from relative obscurity to direct the upcoming ‘Spider-Man’ reboot, starring Tom Holland. Watts opens up about his new film ‘Cop Car’ and the gig of a lifetime.
The Minnesota senator could soon follow in the sparkly footsteps of Taylor Swift to strike a blow to the tech giant Apple.
The long-rumored ‘colossal orgy’ on ‘True Detective’ finally came—no pun intended—but was it worth the hype? [Warning: Spoilers]
The FBI director says he needs new powers and new tech to unlock the talks that terror suspects are having online. Veteran intelligence officials aren’t buying it.
Whitney Houston's daughter faced too much darkness in her young life. Her death ends months of family fighting—but launches a murder investigation into ex-boyfriend Nick Gordon.
A man accused of decapitating his wife and mutilating his dogs had a long history of violent charges, from child abuse to attempted murder.
Did Hillary Clinton’s State Department really admonish an ambassador for using a personal email server while the secretary was flouting the policy?
My C-section experience felt completely out of my hands, and led to much pain and suffering. But there’s a way for women to make more empowered decisions about giving birth.
Young men and women of tremendous courage have come from all over the world to L.A. to compete in the Special Olympics. If only our politicians had a shred of their honor.
A UK tabloid published a video of the deputy speaker of the House of Lords allegedly snorting drugs off the breasts of a prostitute.
Patricia Cameron, an activist with Black Lives Matter, was woken in the middle of the night by Colorado police–for organizing a burning of the Confederate flag.
The scions of Grace Kelly have been mighty colorless the last few years. But now they’ve launched a media blitz with lavish family weddings and Dior-clad babies.
"Hate the sin, not the sinner," has led Evangelicals to push gay celibacy as a way to accept homosexuals. But is it any better than conversion therapy?
Kaskade has been DJing dance parties for 20 years, and last year, was the No. 8 highest-paid DJ in the world, raking in $17 million. But he isn’t like other DJs.
In the wake of yet another mass killing in the U.S., there are many lessons to be learned by watching Joshua Oppenheimer’s brilliant documentary ‘The Look of Silence.’