An attorney for victims of sexual abuse by clergy says the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago has paid $80 million in settlements to clients represented by his law firm alone since 2001
We’re talking Rob Kardashian being accused of hiring a hitman to harm one of Chyna’s friends. Rihanna sparking pregnancy rumors again. Plus Kourtney admitting that she feels pressure from Kylie’s billionaire status. All of that and more on Hollyscoop’s Daily Rewind!
The idea made sense on paper: Introduce male mosquitoes genetically engineered to be sterile into the bug population and watch the insect numbers drop. As New Atlas reports, that's generally what happened in a Brazil experiment—but only for about 18 months. At that point, the numbers rebounded, say Yale...
More than half of the 147 tigers rescued three years ago from a Buddhist temple in Thailand where they were a popular tourist attraction have died of disease
The leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reaffirmed Tuesday the religion's deep-rooted opposition to gay marriage Tuesday, but said leaders repealed a policy targeting LGBT members because they felt the "heartache" it caused.
Jake Paul admits that he’s down to have a threesome with Tana Mongeau and Noah Cyrus after rumors spread that Noah and Tana hooked up. Oh and if you didn’t get the gist from that first part…Jake also confirmed that him and Tana have “open marriage.”
The U.S. government is suing former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, alleging he violated nondisclosure agreements by publishing a memoir
Student debt is a burden for many college graduates. For new doctors, the need to repay loans can drive them to higher-paying specialties rather than family medicine. "We have been planning, strategizing, and raising money" to address the student debt issue, says the dean of Cornell University's medical school. That...
Facebook will work with law enforcement organizations to train its machine learning technology to recognize videos of violent events as part of a broader effort to crack down on extremism
The discovery of more than 2,200 medically preserved fetal remains at the Illinois house of a late doctor who had performed abortions in Indiana has left authorities in the two states trying to figure out how and why he came to amass such a collection