A new study out of the U.K. has found evidence that large rivers once flowed in the Arabia Terra section of Mars, indicating that the planet could have been ‘warm and wet’ around 4 billion years ago.
Ryan Lochte lost several sponsors, including Speedo and Ralph Lauren, after his incident in Rio. However, he has already signed on with a new company. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports on his change of luck.
LePage left the message for Maine Rep. Drew Gattine after a local reporter seemed to suggest that several people, including Gattine, had called the governor a racist, according to the Portland Press Herald.
Michigan State Spartans defensive back Jalen Watts-Jackson discusses the upcoming season and his blocked punt return for a touchdown against the Michigan Wolverines last season.
The saying goes: if you look good, you play good. So the LA Lakers’ rookie sensation dons his finest suit and—unfortunately for the guys there—joins a game of pickup basketball on Venice Beach.
Speaking at a rally in Des Moines, Iowa, Donald Trump dredged up Clinton's use of the term "super predators" from the 1990s to argue that he, not Clinton, offered African-Americans the best choice for president.
Norway-based Hareide Design has a luxury mega yacht concept which aims to be more integrated with the environment by including a garden, viewing area, and pool as well as a stern which slopes into the water.
Sometimes, less can mean so much more. Welcome to http://www.WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Movies that Take Place in One Room.
49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the national anthem before Friday’s preseason game against the Packers in Santa Clara, telling NFL.com’s Steve Wyche after the fact that his decision came in protest of the racial inequalities.
During a campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa, Donald Trump discussed the death of the cousin of NBA superstar Dwyane Wade, and tied Chicago gun violence back to the black vote saying "To those suffering ... vote for Donald Trump."
The University of Chicago’s class of 2020 may have just learned their new school’s fight song, but they’re already caught up in a fight over free speech that’s happening on campuses across the country.