In a surprising turn of events, the teen convicted of killing his five family members will be sentenced as a juvenile and could be released by the the age of 21.
83-year-old ex-priest arrested in connection with the death of a young woman in 1960.
Introducing Equipay, an app that divides the bill based on privilege.
Misty Copeland recreates famous Degas paintings, is flawless.
For only $10, you can have a printout of your very own gif.
OK Go's latest music video was shot in zero gravity, seriously.
Jimmy Fallon talks to... Peyton Manning?
Morgan Stanley has to pay 3.2 billion for their involvement to the mortgage crisis.
“We’re all Africans,” says the rich white lady speaking to other rich white people.
The casual and cool NASA Administrator Charles Bolden talks about Mars and how he had to plead to get into the naval academy.
This one goes out to all my word-nerds.
No, Uber and Lyft are totally legal now!
Justice may exist in the US, starting with Ferguson.
Because bleeding out the hoohah is SUPER luxurious.
The City of Cleveland just told Tamir Rice’s family that they have to pay for the emergency medical services he required after being shot because why stop their trauma after killing their child?!
#1 reason not to perform animal testing: lab rats are jerks.
Further proof that animals are only pretending to be cute.
A rare albino turtle hatched in Australia.
Migrant students are better than your lazy American kid.
Hell yes, women can beat you at chess.
Thinking about death makes you more punitive, religious and conservative.
Fatal insomnia is a thing.
So The Guest has a killer soundtrack. Who knew?
I'm guilty of being wayyyy allured by the idea of multitasking. As such, I'm wayyyy into podcasts. The idea of learning while I run, while I fall asleep, while I drive or cook dinner really appeals to me. I'm pretty much just as interested in hearing about my friend's favorite podcasts as I am hearing about their favorite books and records.
In the hopes that you might be just as interested, here's what's in rotation for me on the regular.
DVDASA with David Choe and Asa Akira I would pretty much listen to David Choe talk about anything for hours at a time.
Rise & Resist Inexplicably in the last several years I've become more and more interested in fitness, nutrition and, here's the real curve ball, weightlifting. And I like my information on these topics best when it is delivered by people whose ethics jive with mine. Feminist, body positive, smart talk about well being.
To the Best of Our Knowledge From Wisconsin Public Radio and Public Radio International, the far ranging, always fascinating topics covered here are approached with acumen and insight.
Now, join me in my obsessive multitasking.