People are typically buried or turned into ashes after they die, but there is another, lesser-known option. It is known as alkaline hydrolysis, or green cremation, and it involves the use of water, an alkaline solution, heat, and pressure to dissolve the body.
It only took them to the season finale of the sixth season, but 'Game of Thrones' just confirmed a fan theory about Jon Snow's parents. Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) explains.
It must feel like Deja Vu for Argentina as they lose a heartbreaker to Chile in the Copa America final on penalty kicks for the second straight year.
Hollywood loves a good story and along with its glitz and glamour, there are also plenty of stories about murder, mayhem and nudity. To help separate the fact from fiction, we’re taking a look at 7 famous movie myths and determining how much, if any, of the stories are actually true.
Chloe Grace Moritz got candid about body image, her struggle with loving herself the way she is, and her desire to have plastic surgery at just 16 years old.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver, deputy commissioner Mark Tatum, league employees and Jason Collins, the first openly-gay player in league history, marched with the LGBT community in the NYC Pride Parade on Sunday.
CNN has learned that presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is vetting Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a possible running mate. CNN's Jeff Zeleny has the latest.
Several people were hospitalized with stab wounds in Sacramento after a Traditionalist Worker Party rally turned into a brawl with counter-protesters.
SI's Richard Deitsch held a roundtable discussion with some of the most prominent of today's sport media to discuss engaging in politics on social media. Hear from Bomani Jones, Adam Schefter, Jemele Hill and more in this week's Media Circus column.
CNN's Rosie Tomkins talks to editors behind some of the top magazines in the African continent about their strategy to keep their publications relevant.
Our favorite forgetful fish dominated the box office becoming the biggest opening for an animated movie and giving hope to secondary characters everywhere. With such a vast catalog of memorable characters within the world of Pixar, we decided to take a look through the list and choose 7 we’d like to see get their own movies.
The historic UK Brexit decision has garnered many mixed feelings around the world, and especially in Hollywood. Many British stars react to the news that the United Kingdom would be leaving the European union.
Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained upper back, retroactive to June 16, according to Dan Kolko of MASN.
A superbug that can resist one of the strongest known antibiotics has been found in a very mobile carrier. One recently published study has confirmed its presence in kelp gulls in Argentina while another has located it in Lithuania’s European herring gulls.
The U.S. Olympic rowing teams have been outfitted with new, antimicrobial training suits ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics, according to the Associated Press.
The filmmakers behind the next Star Wars movie clear up those pesky reshoot rumors and we’ve got them for you right now! Do recent Rogue One reshoots point to the film being in trouble? Not according to the film’s creative team. If you’ve been following news on this December’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, you’re probably aware that the film is currently undergoing weeks of reshoots that will end just before July 15th when Star Wars Celebration begins in London. Original reports suggested the reshoots were in response to the folks at Disney not being happy with the first cut of the film and that the studio wanted to change the tone of the movie from a darker war film to a lighter heist movie. While reshoots on large studio films are par for the course these days, rumors of the film being in trouble have persisted and now director Gareth Edwards and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy have spoken to Entertainment Weekly to clear things up.