A team member of the Democrat's nominee for governor of Maine tweeted a lot of sacrilegious and vulgar statements and was suspended for it.
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Walt Disney Studios announced the release date for the latest installment of the swashbuckling summer series "Pirates of the Caribbean."
The first trailer for the movie in which Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Alan Turing was released Monday. The movie, premiering this fall, is based on Turing's life.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is responsible for making sure people are safe when traveling and is particularly known for long security lines in airports. One of the security measures TSA uses is to check the drivers' licenses of passengers.
Jaguar has created a concept windshield for the Land Rover -- a virtual windshield.
"Weird Al" Yankovic is releasing eight new music videos, with the first debuting July 14. As part of his #8videos8days project, "Tacky" is the first video to hit the web.
Scientists have discovered how marijuana can be used to help treat cancer, specifically by slowing tumor growth.
Martha Stewart loves drones, and she used one recently to take photos of her massive farm.
LG is producing a TV screen so flexible that it can be rolled into a tube.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department is "Happy," but some critics aren't that happy with it.
The Boy Who Lived is back.
Saturday night's NASCAR Coke Zero 400 was rain-delayed and pushed to air on Sunday, causing it to run over a "Lord of the Rings" marathon.
Binge-watching Netflix can now make you money.
A Colorado teenager met an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) fighter online, fell in love with him and tried to join him in Syria. But she didn't even make it out of America.
The only thing better than either beer or a rocket is a beer-powered rocket.
Two men returned to a gas station where they had allegedly committed a carjacking earlier that day.
The University of Michigan and Michigan's Department of Transportation are working together to build a fake city with taxpayer money.
A music festival in Britain is finally getting Wi-Fi. But it didn't go about it in a typical way --- it brought in fake, brightly painted cows to bring in the Wi-Fi.
Engineers have created a hearing aid for people who have perfectly good hearing.