This North Dakota Crude Oil Is Worth Almost Nothing

It’s no secret that oil prices are at some of the lowest values we’ve seen in years. But for one oil buyer from North Dakota, the commodity is so worthless,...

Standing Desks Show Promise For Students

There’s some good news for students who hate sitting down in class, as a recent study has shown that standing desks may improve both physical health and cogni...

Walmart To Close Down Hundreds Of Stores

Last year was not a good year for Walmart, and it now looks like 2016 might not be much better, as the retail giant is planning to close 269 stores. These locat...

Oregon Militia Receives Ridiculous Gifts

After a group of armed protesters took over a United States wildlife refuge in Oregon, they turned to the public in the hopes of receiving much needed supplies....

Obama Administration's $4B Plan To Jump-Start Self-Driving Cars

In an effort to help speed up the development of self-driving vehicles, the Obama administration has announced a plan to spend nearly $4 billion over the next t...

New Case Of Ebola Confirmed

A death caused by Ebola has been confirmed in Sierra Leone, just hours after the World Health Organization announced that the latest outbreak of the deadly dise...

Spiders, Lice And More Crawling Through US Homes

In a disturbing new study conducted by United States scientists, the average U.S. residence is home not only to its human occupants but also to more than 100 sp...

Florida Hospitals Dumps Heart Standards After Big GOP Gift

A group of cardiac doctors in Florida claim that the state is putting children with cardiac problems at severe risk because of a change in policy - a change tha...

Hoverboard Safety Concerns Rise As One 'Explodes Into Flames'

The hoverboard sensation seemed to spread across the United States and Europe during the holiday season. Unfortunately, the innovative and futuristic mode of tr...

Incandescent Bulbs Won't Go Into The Dark Just Yet

In 2007, the United States Congress determined that most incandescent light bulbs should be a thing of the past, and it actually passed a law requiring the coun...

European Court Rules That Companies Can Monitor Workers' Private Chats

The European court of human rights (ECHR) ruled this week that European employers can legally monitor the online communications of their employees. This means t...

Islamic State Targets Indonesia For First Time

The Islamic State has attacked Indonesia, marking the first time that the terrorist group has targeted the world’s most populous Muslim nation. The attack was...

Drone Ambulance Just Made Its Maiden Voyage

Drones are already being used in military operations and the delivery of packages, and pretty soon that might be used to save lives in emergency medical situati...

Student Loans Account For $1.3 Trillion In Debt

With the pressure to stay competitive in the United States job market, many Americans will often do whatever it takes to obtain a college degree, even if it mea...

Hacker Group Anonymous Shuts Down Nissan's Website As Protest

The activist hacking group Anonymous is continuing its efforts to put a stop to whaling practices in Japan, this time targeting the website of Japanese automake...

Twitter Under Fire For Letting Known Terrorist On Website

Twitter is being sued by a Florida defense contractor who claims that the social media website has knowingly allowed terrorist organizations such as the Islamic...