Some scientists are considering the possibility in Japan of a nuclear "critical mass" explosion.
What if the government did tell us everything they know about aliens and UFOs? Would you believe them?
The clout and influence of the Internet have seeped into the inner fibers of modern society, and we are nearing the point where we will have a hard time pointing at an aspect of our lives that is still free from the influence of the Internet.
Idol Wired breaks down the Wednesday night performances from American Idol's Top 12.
Can Sam Cooper and his team stop a fanatical bomber from blowing up his own kids?
"Well alright," Matthew McConaughey finally makes a great movie.
Clint Eastwood's latest focuses on life and that which comes after it.
Third time's the charm and Paul is here to pick up the slack after those other two alien disasters.
Even Yor: The Hunter From The Future is a step up over this film!
Well, that was sort of unexpected...
Whether you love or hate the President, electing officials with this kind of intellect to public office should be illegal.
I watched someone play 40 minutes of Rage and wanted to storm the stage and take over.
Does parenting promote or impede happiness?
The Battle of Uhud (continued) with the Muslims gaining the upper hand, while fighting an enemy far superior in number.
A perfect first Bible for that little person in your life.
One man's frailty echoes the frailty of the planet in latest from McEwan.
Ugetsu by Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers returns in pristine condition nearly 50 years after its initial release.
The fan bases for these two bands might be worlds apart, but they share some sensibilities.
Like watching the funnel cloud of a tornado and being amazed a thing of such uncontrolled power can hold its shape.
Thirteen-year-old Rebecca Black's rise to train wreck sensation via viral video Friday.