Warriors' David West Gets Technical Foul While Riding Bike in Tunnel vs. Spurs

There have been a lot of technical fouls called already in the NBA playoffs, but it's rare to see one assessed to a player who is nowhere near the court...

today, 1:34
Key events in the life of William, Kate and their family Key events in the life of William, Kate and their family

As Duchess of Cambridge enters hospital in labor, a look at milestones for the family

today, 12:50
US military hopes to launch rockets in 'days, not years' US military hopes to launch rockets in 'days, not years'

Even in the era of private spaceflight companies, the process of getting a rocket into space is glacially slow: it can take months or years to schedule and prepare for a mission. That was fine when launching any rocket was a special occasion, but DA...

today, 1:31
Kyle Kuzma Creates Twitter Poll Asking If America Wants a Lonzo Ball Album

Los Angeles Lakers rookie Kyle Kuzma challenged teammate Lonzo Ball to release a rap album and challenge Nas for musical superiority this summer...

today, 4:34
Three passengers injured, window broken after Air India plane hits severe turbulence Three passengers injured, window broken after Air India plane hits severe turbulence

Terrified passengers were left fearing for their lives when turbulence cracked a jet's window -- hours after a woman died after she was sucked out of another plane.

today, 1:15
ISIS Spokesman Calls for Attacks on Arab Nations ISIS Spokesman Calls for Attacks on Arab Nations

For years, ISIS called for attacks abroad. In the latest speech by its spokesman, the group is focusing on enemies closer to home.

today, 4:11
He Played at Death in a Gaza Cemetery. Then He Was Buried There. He Played at Death in a Gaza Cemetery. Then He Was Buried There.

Muhammad Ayoub, 14, was said to have sneaked away from his mother to join the protests along the Gaza border before being shot dead.

today, 1:12
US Army could enlist robots inspired by invertebrates - CNET US Army could enlist robots inspired by invertebrates     - CNET

The US Army and University of Minnesota have developed materials that mimic the flexibility of invertebrates and could one day be 3D-printed on the battlefield.

today, 1:16
New Cheating Allegations: Tristan Thompson 'Didn't Act Like Someone Who Had A Pregnant Girlfriend' At NBA All-Star Weekend In February New Cheating Allegations: Tristan Thompson 'Didn't Act Like Someone Who Had A Pregnant Girlfriend' At NBA All-Star Weekend In February

Guess what?! The extensive cheating allegations against Tristan Thompson seem to be FAR from over — with more new deets coming out this weekend! In a new report out in Us Weekly released over the weekend, it appears the Cleveland Cavaliers player had an "inappropriate encounter" with two women during NBA All-Star Weekend back in February… [...]

yesterday, 18:22
Reporter’s Notebook: How’s the Air in Beijing and New Delhi? From London, I Smelled the Smog and Haze Reporter’s Notebook: How’s the Air in Beijing and New Delhi? From London, I Smelled the Smog and Haze

The British artist Michael Pinsky invited the public to sample some of the world’s most contaminated air by creating globes they could walk through.

yesterday, 22:19