A few months back, he announced a major shift in U.S. policy towards Cuba, ending a half-century of frostiness, and this week the outlines of a deal to avoid a war with Iran were unveiled, thawing a relationship that froze over back in 1979.
The Internet was chock full of April Fool's Day surprises this week; included in participation was the popular direct-broadcast satellite service provider DISH Network (DishLATINO).
Both the Republicans and the Democrats began April by issuing major announcements about the structure of each party's upcoming debate calendar. Since the 2016 presidential race has already started, it would be foolish to ignore the impact today's news will bring to the contest.
I've worked in the field of LGBTQ health my whole adult life. Frankly, considering the depth of our disparities, I felt that I would have job security forever.
April Fools' Day, which also marks the kick-off of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Today alone, an estimated 9 people will be killed, and over 1,000 injured, in distracted driving crashes throughout the U.S.
The publishing industry is reeling today after news broke this morning about Kindle Author, Amazon's new service that automatically generates high-quality fiction using complex software algorithms. It's like Build-A-Bear for ebooks.
If you sincerely "like" me - I mean like me like me, without any quotation marks around the word "like" - I may, just may, even start to like myself. Even enough to stop asking you.
There are enough bullies and meanies out there to contend with -- kids shouldn't have to protect themselves from their own parents, too
In our ever-thinner-skinned, Stand-Your-Ground public sphere, with our eyes plastered to self-flattering partisan news sites, we may all stand to benefit from some good-natured trickery. It could teach us hands-on lessons in civility.
With April Fool's Day just around the corner, it's time to start thinking about what kind of pranks you want to pull on your friends and family. We know you don't want to pull the same tired jokes that everyone expects or do something that could get someone hurt.
Since the Internet provides very few ways to trick you into thinking that your shoelace is untied, I thought it far more convenient to trick you into thinking the following ten headlines somehow represented reality.
The past two weeks, I have argued that the headlines of mainstream media stories on science are misleading the public and doing science a disservice. In my critique, I have often wondered if people are only reading the headlines.
Pranksters are everywhere this April Fool's Day. From BetaBrand and their clothes for cats, to SelfieBots, or AirBrB, companies are coming up with a m...
On this day devoted to pranking, I can at least take a bit of solace in knowing that I'm not the only fool. Cultures across the globe have long celebrated a "Fools Day" at the onset of spring to facilitate the humiliation of the weak, the young, and the naive.
If you live in New York City, chances are you're used to seeing bazaar activities on the subway. From flashers to break dancers to preachers, getti...
s the 2014 governor's race gets under way, Reboot Illinois has obtained documents containing several likely campaign ad themes for Republican challenger Bruce Rauner. Readers are advised that these are only working titles.