Blockbuster, the home movie rental company that had introduced the American family to such historical relics as “VHS tapes” and “DVDs,” surprised consumers by alerting them to the fact that, yes, Blockbuster is still in business before closing stores.
Johnson & Johnson has announced its decision to suspend its effort to market antipsychotics to children.
Scientists were proud to exclaim that they haven’t found jack shit in evidence of dark matter using the LUX.
NY street vendors strive to be mistaken for Bansky himself in the hopes of selling their work for at least 10 times their asking price. Or even just their original asking price.
Most senators are optimistic that a deal will be arranged to reopen the government and extend the debt ceiling, but some politicians are not so sure.
In an effort to showcase the most useless ideas in robotics, Boston Dynamics unveiled Atlas and WildCat.
One day after the U.S. government shut down operations, the proprietors and caretakers of Kobuk Valley National Park, one of the least visited national parks in the United States, appear to be completely unaware of anything different.