Check out a hilarious video of Will Ferrell dusting off his legendary Harry Caray impression in honor of the Cubs making it to the World Series.
City dwellers' favorite scruffy friend, the brown rat (Rattus norvegicus), causes $19 billion dollars in damages around the world every year. Yet for an animal that is responsible for so much havoc, we know surprisingly little about it. Show More Summary
The Cubs are in their first World Series in 71 years, so of course Will Ferrell's iconically insane Harry Caray made his return to television. Ferrell's Caray (who in reality was the longtime announcer for the Cubs) is in full form here,...Show More Summary
From agriculture to retail, the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing how companies in many industries do business. This is more evident than ever at the IoT Solutions World Congress, which kicked off in Barcelona, Spain on Tuesday. Industry...Show More Summary
Which team spends money smarter? Which fans cough up more cash?
Betim, Brazil, October 24, 2016 - During the two final days of action at the FIVB Volleyball Men's Club World Championship in Betim, local children joined in the fun at a two-day Volleyball Your Way festival held alongside the elite tournament.
The World Series matchup between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians is a dream for Major League Baseball. Seeing the two longest suffering fanbases in the sport go head-to-head with the guarantee that at least one of their championship droughts will end is a historic occasion that is captivating the nation. Show More Summary
In a world so inundated with pumpkin spice it's hard to tell the actual products on the market from spoofs (uh, fall-flavored Spam?!), you might think people would have autumnal spice fatigue. Not so—not if this pull-apart bread is in their lives. Show More Summary
Former Brazil captain Carlos Alberto has died at the age of 72 following a heart attack. The Daily Mirror's Joe Mewis reported on Tuesday that Alberto, who skippered Brazil's World Cup-winning side of 1970, died suddenly, and FIFA celebrated...Show More Summary
The Internet of Things has been proven to be just as dangerous as we feared, with an assault from tens of millions of internet addresses.
Despite the Cinderella storylines about two of baseball's underdog franchises reaching the World Series, the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians fully deserve to be battling for Major League Baseball's title. Chicago, despite their so-called...Show More Summary
US News & World Report has released its third annual rankings of the Best Global Universities. Drawing on factors such as breadth of research, global reputation, and the number of books and publications released each year, the list ranks...Show More Summary
Gathering the strongest, fittest, and fiercest athletes, the Olympics are arguably the world’s most anticipated sporting event. Occurring once every two years and alternating between summer and winter games, the Olympics demand the entire world’s attention. Show More Summary
Autisms Spectrum Disorder for my son is like the world and everything in it is amplified. Everything is intensified. Big and beautiful. Loud and overwhelming. Irrelevant and out of focus or keenly attuned like the microscope in search of scientific discovery. Show More Summary
Today's selection of need-to-know updates from the world of physics
It’s begun, everyone: the world’s first commercial shipment via driver-free truck has just been completed. The cargo? Well, a human staple, of course: beer. 51,744 cans of Budweiser, to be exact. Read more...
Optical microscopy experts at Colorado State University are once again pushing the envelope of biological imaging.
The biggest massively multiplayer online game in the market is getting a ton of new content today. World of Warcraft’s 7.1 patch is now live, which adds new missions, cooperative multiplayer action with a nostalgic dungeon, and balance changes for its classes. This is the biggest update to the massively multiplayer online role-playing game since […]
The FW16 Fashion Week circuit is long gone, and while we’ve seen what the season’s collections look like on the catwalk, London-based artist David Murray illustrates how some of the world’s most famous superheroes appear in top-tier designer garms. Batman and Ironman are seen flexing in Juun.J, Captain America is dressed in Givenchy, Deadpool stunts in […]