The shocker of 2016 wasn't really a shock, researchers found: The closer the race, the higher the chance the Electoral College will land the loser in the White House.
The slow-moving storm narrowly missed the country, where recovery efforts from Hurricane Dorian are just beginning.
Former Housing Secretary Julián Castro chided the former vice president during the debate in Houston, an attack Booker said came from "legitimate concerns."
At least 50 people were killed by the storm, and the country's prime minister said he expected that number to climb "significantly."
She was joined by Ruth Bader Ginsburg in arguing that the restrictions upend "longstanding practices regarding refugees who seek shelter from persecution."
At least 450 people have been sickened by mysterious illnesses after using vaping devices and a sixth person died this week.
Yes, it's delicious, and rice cookers are an appliance bestowed upon the home cook by the food gods. ATK tested 17 different types of rice under controlled circumstances -- they put each variety in a sealed bag with one cup of water -- and found that every single type cooked perfectly with a 1-to-1 ratio of rice to liquid. The rice only needs to absorb one cup of water, but the additional liquid is boiled off, which is why longer-cooking types like brown need more water.
Anty Gin, a new brand of liquor produced in the U.K., is using insects to help flavor the spirit. The most striking feature of the gin is its inclusion of foraged red wood ants from forests in Kent, England. Anty Gin thought it could harness these unique aromas to create a "distinctive" flavor.
Yes, you can use a knife and smash your cloves into oblivion, scattering little peel pieces over the floor. You can put the cloves in hot water, but you have to wait half an hour for the skins to soften. After 20 seconds, pour out the contents and your cloves should slip out skin-free.
A Canadian family is dealing with a rental nightmare after advertising their home on the popular listing site Airbnb. Mark and Star King rented their two-story home in Calgary to four adults who told the couple they were in town for a wedding, according to reports from CBC News. The pair returned to find a complete disaster after what police called a "drug-induced orgy" -- hardwood floors were buckling from pools of alcohol, the home was littered with used condoms and there was food spread throughout the house.
Nebraska hockey fans, rejoice. Omaha-based restaurant Voodoo Taco has partnered with the University of Nebraska-Omaha to give attendees a different kind of thrill during game breaks: a $1,500 jerry-rigged t-shirt cannon that'll shoot out delicious tacos to hungry fans. Eric Newton, the owner of Voodoo Taco, told The Huffington Post that he was trying to think of something a little different to excite fans when the university's new $81 million hockey, basketball and volleyball stadium opens later this year.
A collection of journal articles published this week points to poor quality medicine as a "real and present" threat to the fight against ongoing health crises around the globe. The articles, including 17 published in "The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene," calls the proliferation of fake drugs a global pandemic responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths and a troubling increase in antimicrobial resistance. Scientists found up to 41 percent of medications used to treat HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis weren't up to international standards, part of an estimated $75 billion annual trade in illicit medicine.