Another classic finding in psychology — that you can smile your way to happiness — just blew up. Is it time to panic yet?
Truths Behind Fake Nature Photography, a Facebook page created by concerned nature enthusiasts, is trying to educate the public by calling out fakes when they spot them.
Behold the VP nominee's alter ego, Law School Daze.
Turns out, starting to invest when you don’t have much money or experience can actually be an advantage. Here’s why.
It's so soft and glow-y. We're feeling all warm and tingly inside.
Privately, even some admirers of Clinton today view her health reform work as a case study in how not to function in political Washington.
One year ago, six volunteers — an astrobiologist, a physicist, a pilot, an architect, a journalist, and a soil scientist — entered a 36-by-20 foot dome, located near a barren volcano in Hawaii, to simulate what living conditions would be like on Mars. Today they re-emerged from their year-long isolation.
Just as the superstars sang the last few bars of their song, two male background dancers came over and pretended to give them what look liked oral sex. Yeah. This was on TV. Yeah. It's a little NSFW.
If soccer doesn't work out for this kid, we suggest he makes a phone call to the US men's gymnastics team.
The 10,000th Syrian refugee is set to arrive in the U.S. on Monday, fulfilling a goal set by the Obama administration one year ago.
Kelli Peters was on her knees, shaking violently and sobbing and insisting the drugs were not hers. The cop, a 22-year veteran, had found drugs on many people, in many settings. When caught, they always lied.
Like a true rockstar, the Pipe Guy can't simply retire an old instrument, he must destroy it mid-performance. Then he moved on to a newer, bigger and more badass pipe contraption, which rocks hard.
Green Party candidate Jill Stein reached peak 2016 internet on Sunday when she released a statement about dead gorilla and current meme Harambe. Everyone flipped out.
Imagine a private, global super court so powerful, even the mere threat of a lawsuit sends states racing to offer vast concessions, such as rolling back their own laws or even wiping away the punishments of convicted criminals. This court actually exists, and its future is deeply tied to treaties the US is set to ratify in the next year.
It won't hold your pants up, but this jet turbine belt might just blow your pants off with the blinding speed it'll help you longboard.
Americans love to imagine that moving a vast distance will transform us, as if by magic, into better versions of ourselves.
The world is divided into people who sit on the floor and those who sit on chairs. In a classic study of human posture around the world, the anthropologist Gordon W. Hewes identified no fewer than a hundred common sitting positions.
The average person eats about 6 pounds of potato chips a year, a horrifying but unsurprising fact. So, how are bargain Pringles made?
Two pilots, aged 45 and 35, were arrested on Saturday for suspected intoxication before a flight from Glasgow, Scotland, to Newark, New Jersey. Apparently, Glasgow Airport has some good bars, because the same thing happened there a month ago there with two Canadian pilots for Air Transat.
The people who work in IT really don't want to snoop around your computer, but if you give them a reason there's little you can hide from them.
It all comes down to this. This weekend, 14 women and a seemingly endless men traveled to Las Vegas to vie against one another for prize money, free stuff and the chance to prove that all that time spent puffing on an vape pen wasn't wasted.
I'm a professional dominatrix who often deals with sexual masochism. But in the wake of last week, when statues portraying a naked Donald Trump with a minuscule dick appeared across the US, I've been thinking about the root of our obsession with small penis humiliation.
"I said 'fried' clams, not 'free' clams! There's a huge difference!"
You’re inevitably going to lose one and break another, so you might as well get three for the price of one.
To begin to understand, even on a superficial level, everything it takes to get the tomato to its current spot on the supermarket shelf — the labor, the packaging, the transportation, the stakes, the trellises, the list goes on and on — makes low prices even more startling than the high.
The company is again rumored to be on track to remove the iconic physical home button from its flagship phone when a next-generation version of the device launches next year.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Young people hate vacation, Google search is sometimes bad and paper can cut wood.
Schools are the US's second largest public infrastructure investment after transportation, and it's all under local control. And inevitably, when a tiny school board works with financial firms to borrow money, they get fleeced.
One of the few things that players have control over is the passage of time. You can slow it, pause it, rewind or fast forward but time will always, inevitably advance.
You don't always need to be a kick whisperer to make some old shoes cool again. Sometimes all it takes is a little creativity and some duct tape.
Moral attitudes toward parenting have changed, such that leaving children unsupervised is now judged morally wrong. And because it's judged morally wrong, people overestimate the risk.
Mic cables or extension cords have a nasty habit of turning into gigantic, day-ruining knots. The "roadie method" is a simple as heck way to avoid all that.
While it seems easier than ever to score a false identity and schedule a getaway, the internet is as much our escape as it is our digital prison.
For most of televangelicalism's history, the TV follows the church. But when Vous Church was born last fall, its arrival was documented on an Oxygen reality show called Rich in Faith, and even then, the titular Rich, Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr., was already almost famous.
The Soviet Union devoted considerable resources to spreading false stories. But now disinformation is regarded as an important aspect of Russian military doctrine, and it's disseminated with far greater sophistication and volume than ever before.
Which world would be better: one in which all meat is grown in a lab or one which still contains humanely farmed animals?
One of the greatest rumors in middle school was that the yellow dye in Mountain Dew killed off your sperm. Naturally, it became a much beloved contraceptive choice for countless teens. Was there any truth to the rumor?
On the African savanna, a fascinating and unprecedented partnership between people and wild birds gets started with a simple "brrr-hm."
I get sent to the hole all the time. Not because I’ve done something wrong, but because I’m the barber, which means I’m also the best friend of every guy in there. I cut everyone’s hair, from murderers and rapists to first-timers put in for a fight.
We've got just what you were waiting for: Martin Shkreli's take on Harambe. It seems like he's trying to seem like a good guy here, but the CBSN hosts are not having it.