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Lady Gaga delivers heartfelt call-to-action at Hollywood awards ceremony

Lady Gaga spoke as one of ELLE’s Women in Hollywood event this week to the tune of mental health and surviving sexual assault.

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen died at age 65

The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen, died at age 65 from non-Hodgin's lymphoma on Monday and left a legacy in his wake.

Global warming could double the cost of beer around the world

Recent study outlines how global warming will affect barley yields, posing a threat to the cost of beer if temperatures are not stabilized.

SCOTUS Chief Justice Roberts requests ethics review complaints on Kavanaugh

Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts requested an ethics review concerning the conduct of Brett Kavanaugh in the recent controversy over his appointment.

Summer swimming deaths down for 2018

Swimming deaths accounted for a decrease in drownings this summer compared to last but still made up for 148 drownings of children under 15 years old.

Deadliest Flu Season Last Year on Record, Every Demographic Affected

United States experienced the worst and deadliest flu season since 1976 and accounted for over 900,000 flu-related hospitalizations and the death of 181 children.

Science

Newest report warns to expect more catastrophic events like ravaging wildfires...

The newest report on climate change in the United States warns that catastrophic events like wildfires will continue to occur at triple the size should the nation continue denying the environmental threat.

Celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti arrested on suspicion of domestic assault

On Wednesday, well-known celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti was arrested on suspicion of felony domestic assault, though both he and his two ex-wives deny the charges by the LAPD.

Space

Newest report warns to expect more catastrophic events like ravaging wildfires...

The newest report on climate change in the United States warns that catastrophic events like wildfires will continue to occur at triple the size should the nation continue denying the environmental threat.

Environment

Cuba proposes same-sex marriage to constitution

In a new effort to protect LBGT citizens, Cuba recently proposed an amendment to its constitution that would allow for same-sex marriage. Lawmakers, 600 to...

A dangerous asteroid will hit Earth? Astronomers talk about probablity

There is a 100 percent certainty that a giant asteroid capable of wiping out all or most of life on Earth will strike our...

Trump blocks Broadcom hostile bid to Qualcomm

President Donald Trump ordered the Singapore-based company Broadcom to cease its attempts to buy the US company Qualcomm, for which it had launched a...

Post-Castro in Cuba

The election of a successor to Raoul Castro and a new Council of State in Cuba next month will mark the coming to power...

Health

Newest report warns to expect more catastrophic events like ravaging wildfires...

The newest report on climate change in the United States warns that catastrophic events like wildfires will continue to occur at triple the size should the nation continue denying the environmental threat.

Celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti arrested on suspicion of domestic assault

On Wednesday, well-known celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti was arrested on suspicion of felony domestic assault, though both he and his two ex-wives deny the charges by the LAPD.

Marvel Comics icon, Stan Lee, died at 95

Stan Lee, the creator and later curator of Marvel Comics that gave generations of entertainment through comic books, movies and television shows, passed away at 95 years old.

CDC reports Salmonella-tainted turkey affecting consumers on the verge Thanksgiving

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a report indicating Salmonella has been the cause of over 165 illnesses, including one death, due to tainted turkey products.

CDC warns not to take your children to ‘chickenpox parties’

A recent Colorado story on 'chickenpox parties' prompted the CDC to remind parents that chickenpox is a highly contagious and sometimes fatal disease that is easily prevented by vaccination.