Sextortion Killed Their Son, But the Cops Did Nothing to Help

Jake Curtis committed suicide after being threatened by a blackmailer online.

DNA of Iceland’s First Black Man Recreated From Living Descendants

Hans Jonatan escaped slavery in 1802 and now has hundreds of relatives in the country.

Larry Nassar Complains Victim Stories Are Too Hard to Hear

More than 100 victims have reportedly signed up to appear in the courtroom or have their testimonies...

The Bayeux Tapestry to Be Displayed in Britain After 950 Years

It is an eleventh-century treasure showing the story of how William the Conqueror invaded England.

Trump Hotel Reviews on Yelp Now Flooded With a Certain Expletive

Hundreds of one-star reviews have taken over the Yelp page of the Trump International Hotel.

2017 Was the Worst Year in Movie Ticket Sales Since 1993

Movie ticket prices roses as attendance fell last year.

Who Are the Best Players in the NFL’s Final Four?

There's plenty of room for debate about who has the edge this Sunday.

Novelist Philip Roth Shares His Thoughts on Trump, #MeToo and Retirement

Roth retired from writing in 2012.

Rockets Disappointed Griffin, Rivers Avoided Disciplinary Action

Rockets forwards Trevor Ariza and Gerald Green were both suspended for actions after the game.

President Trump Names Winners of His ‘Fake News’ Awards

Paul Krugman of the New York Times topped the list.

Justin Timberlake Takes on Trump, #MeToo, Weinstein in New Video

It's becoming clearer where Timberlake stands on modern hot-button political issues.

Stephen Colbert Details Porn Star’s Alleged Affair With Trump

The recently published interview is comedy gold for late-night hosts.