A man survived being run over by an NYC A train — but that doesn’t make the footage any less disturbing.
In the video, two men attempt to get him off the tracks, but are unable to do so before the train arrives. After the incident, he was taken to Columbia Presbyterian hospital as an “emotionally disturbed person.”
Inmates in a Peruvian prison performed Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Jesus Christ Superstar” as part of a rehabilitation program.
Something big happened to someone little on last night’s Game of Thrones.
A new study says that 75% of Americans don’t use all their vacation days — and 15% don’t use any at all.
Think You’ve Got The Moves? Now, You Can Scientifically Find Out If The Ladies Are Digging It.
Women who are widows are usually banned from enjoying the colorful festival of Holi due to a stigma that it’s bad luck. One ashram is trying to change that stereotype by allowing the abandoned women to celebrate together.
Surgeons at the San Diego Zoo delivered a 4.6 pound female infant by an emergency c-section.
As it turns out, the 5-second rule isn’t just some imaginary excuse to eat food after it falls on the floor. Scientists now confirm that time actually does effect what degree food is impacted by bacteria. The next study will evaluate the spread of cooties.
As the Internet turns 25, we take a moment to celebrate its main purpose.
President Bashar al-Assad made a rare public appearance since the war began in Syria three years ago. State media said the leader accused of using chemical weapons on his own citizens was visiting those displaced by war and “listening to their needs.”
After a frustrating season where he only played in 6 games, Kobe is officially out for the rest of the season.
Pope Francis has seemingly made it his mission to shake things up in Vatican City since he was made leader of the Catholic Church one year ago. The Argentinian native has even taken bold steps to soften the Church’s stance on homosexuality.
Terry Richardson has made a name for himself as a fashion and celebrity photographer unafraid to push the boundaries of sexuality in this photos. But what happens when he is repeatedly accused of crossing the line into sexual assault? Apparently, he gets more work.
On International Women’s Day, we honor the modern heroes who continue to fight for equal rights, pay and respect.
After long winter months of darkness, borderline alcoholism and near crippling depression, the world is awakening once again. (Change your clock on Sunday.)
If you ever wondered what Martha Stewart thinks of dildos, look no further. The craft-friendly TV host conducted a Reddit AMA and the results are more than we could ever hope for.
Beyonce’s never-ending internet domination continues now that Vimeo user Jesse Hill created a video entirely out of emojis. The thing is, “Drunk in Love” isn’t the only emoji music video.
Harvard students reveal the complexities of being black at the Ivy League school in a new campaign titled “I, Too, Am Harvard.’ The initiative and Tumblr account were started by sophomore Kimiko Matsuda-Lawrence who said the minority is often dismissed on campus.
Beware, the future is terrifying. An implanted orgasm machine renders men useless, a sophisticated banking system may replace humans and a robotic suit can give the ability to easily lift 200 pounds.
It’s been one year since Hugo Chavez died and Venezuela is crumbling. Here’s how we got here.