The Shocking Inside Story Of Britain's Parachute Murder Plot

A British Army instructor was found guilty of sabotaging his wife’s parachute in an attempt to collect on her life insurance. Incredibly, she survived the 4,000-foot fall.

What It Feels Like To Be Mauled By A Shark, A Box Jellyfish And A Sea Lion

To remind us to stay indoors this year, we asked for stories from three people who've been unlucky enough to experience the wrath of the ocean firsthand. These are their (frankly terrifying) tales.

I Dress Terribly On Purpose

I can remember no watershed moment where I thought to myself, "Today, I will don a shapeless gray sack and scowl at those who thwart me."

Irish Times Exit Poll Projects Ireland Has Voted By Landslide To Legalize Abortion

Ireland has voted by a landslide margin to change its constitution so that abortion can be legalized, according to an exit poll conducted for the Irish Times.

How Britain Let Russia Hide Its Dirty Money

For decades, politicians have welcomed the super-rich with open arms. Now they're finally having second thoughts. But is it too late?

The Cast Of 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Reads Mean And Nice Tweets People Have Written About Them

They are tasked with filling in the blank for whom the tweet could possibly be about among all the cast.

A Casual Fan's Guide To 'Solo's' Most Obscure 'Star Wars' References

Confused by *that* cameo? Not sure how to play Sabacc? Never heard of Aurra Sing? We explain.

Religion Goes To The Movies

Given the history of suspicion between religion and film, it is welcome to see this field not only gaining recognition but also offering new ways of thinking through the meaning and role of religion

Kissing! Is! Overrated!

Every kiss that I've had has felt exactly like when I was trying to learn stick shift: too much to coordinate at once, with underwhelming results.

Cameraman Filming Kayaking Reporter Walks Right Off The End Of A Dock

And yet, being the consummate professional that he is, he kept filming while in the water and finished off the segment.

The Two Most Important College-Admissions Criteria Now Mean Less

When so many students have outstanding grades and test scores, schools have to get creative about triaging applicants.

The Many Odd Jobs Of Andy Warhol

Ask any full-time creative exactly where they find inspiration, or what their line of work even is, and they'll tell you of all the jobs they've juggled not only to pay the rent, but stay relevant.

They Shared Drugs. Someone Died. Does That Make Them Killers?

Prosecutors are increasingly treating overdose deaths as homicides, but they aren't just going after dealers. Friends, family and fellow users are going to prison.

Guy Puts A Dirt Bike Engine In A Barbie Car And This Thing Riiiiiips

This looks absurdly fun and more than a little bit dangerous.
I Was Jordan Peterson's Strongest Supporter. Now I Think He's Dangerous

I Was Jordan Peterson's Strongest Supporter. Now I Think He's Dangerous

When he soared into the stratosphere he became peculiarly unknowable. There is something about the dazzle of the limelight that makes it hard to see him clearly. But people continue to be who they are

Denis Shapovalov: The Thrilling, Gutsy Teen Of Tennis

Canada's most talented player hits more daring shots than anyone else. And he'll do that for as long as he can.

Questioning Truth, Reality And The Role Of Science

In an era when untestable ideas such as the multiverse hold sway, Michela Massimi defends science from those who think it hopelessly unmoored from physical reality.

Parents, Children Ensnared In 'Zero-Tolerance' Border Prosecutions

Alma Jacinto covered her eyes with her hands as tears streamed down her cheeks. The 36-year-old from Guatemala was led out of the federal courtroom without an answer to the question that brought her

The Latest Trailer For 'Christopher Robin' Has Us Deep, Deep In Our Feelings

Calling it now: when this movie arrives in theaters this August, we're going to need a box of tissues. We'll try not to do that really, really sad snorting-crying combo.

Jaw-Dropping Photos Of Kilauea's Lava Flows From Space

​As Kilauea's three-week eruption continues, destroying property and forcing evacuations on Hawaii's Big Island, satellites have been photographing the eruption from above.