Watch the deleted scenes from 'Mad Max: Fury Road'
There are three deleted scenes, some of which are moderately disturbing.
Anish Kapoor criticizes Chicago mayor for calling China's 'Bean' replica "flattering"
"I am astonished at your statements about the Chinese copy of the sculpture Cloud Gate as that of an act of flattery," wrote Kapoor.
How many people were gored to death by bulls in Spain this summer?
Seven people have been gored to death by bulls in Spain since the beginning of July.
Survey says Republicans have happier marriages than Democrats
Self-identified Republicans are more likely to be married and less likely to be divorced than self-identified Democrats. Republicans also say they are more satisfied with their marriages on average.
Watch this lethal Frisbee rip through cardboard and other materials
It would be the perfect gadget for James Bond if James Bond liked slacklining with his buds at the University of Vermont.
Half of young British people don't identify as straight
1 in 2 young people in the UK are not 100% heterosexual.
Illuminate your dark apartment with this solar mirror
Lucy is a solar mirror that redirects sunlight to the dark corners of your home.
FDA has approved OxyContin perscriptions for 11-year-olds
OxyContin is a long-release version of oxycodone, an opioid that effects the brain in a manner similar to heroin and is very addictive.
Everbright is a bigger, badder Lite-Brite for grown-ups
It's designed to boost workplace productivity through creativity.
Baby Jupiter discovered in nearby solar system
We may have found a relatively close solar system similar to our own.
Man arrested for violating restraining order after liking ex-girlfriend's Facebook pictures
It happens more often than you'd think.
Man dies trying to fast like Jesus
The Christian from Zimbabwe died after 30 days of his intended 40 day fast.
Kurt Cobain solo album to be released in November
Universal Music is putting out an album of previously unreleased music from Kurt Cobain.
Are you dead? Check the US Social Security's "Death Master File" and find out
See how many times your name has been born and has died, when your name was trending, and how popular your name is among dead people overall.
US Department of Justice says banning homeless from sleeping in public is unconstitutional
The US Department of Justice filed a statement of interest in a case in Boise, Idaho, where an ordinance banning sleeping or camping in public places has effectively criminalized homelessness.
New Zealand considers updating their flag to cut out colonial references
A government-appointed committee has picked 40 flags out of 10,292 that were submitted by members of the public, many of whom would prefer a flag that didn't reference colonialism.
'Straight Outta Compton' screenings will have extra security in some US theaters
Universal has offered to reimburse cinemas screening the NWA biopic who wish to provide extra security in the midst of racial tension and a history of cinema shootings.
Australian artist grows third ear on arm
Eventually the artist's audience will be able to hear through the ear, he hopes.
Early humans probably used both sounds and gestures to develop language
Researchers asked volunteers to make noises to convey the meanings of different words without using body language or even facial expressions.
Study: having a baby sucks more than divorce, unemployment, and death of a partner
Sorry mom, sorry dad.
Periscope hit 10 million users, but there's a better way to measure its success
Users collectively watch 40 years of content daily on mobile devices alone.
Replica of Chicago's 'Bean' in Chinese parking lot is not a replica, says Chinese media
The Chinese piece is apparently not a replica, but was inspired by oil that's extracted from the region, since, you know, oil looks like a 40 foot tall metallic, bean-shaped bubble.
Watch Billy Corgan (dressed as a nun) and Marilyn Manson sing 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun'
Well, actually, "Nuns Just Wanna Have Fun."
North Korea vice premier executed at Kim Jung-un's request over policy disagreement
North Korea's vice premier Choe Yong-gon has been executed by the orders of Kim Jon-un after the two men disagreed over a policy regarding forestation, according to reports from South Korea.
Russia threatened to ban Reddit over weed thread
The Russian government has threatened to block Reddit if one particular thread that gives tips for growing cannabis isn't removed.
Patti Smith's 'Just Kids' will be a Showtime mini-series
“A limited series on SHOWTIME will allow us to explore the characters more deeply, enabling us to develop stories beyond the book and allow a measure of unorthodox presentation," says Smith.
California labor laws can no longer use the word "alien" to refer to immigrants
Senator Tony Mendoza, who proposed the bill, wrote in a statement that "alien" is "commonly considered a derogatory term for a foreign-born person and has very negative connotations."
The unreleased 1994 'Fantastic Four' is streaming (for now)
The 1994 film was made without the intention of ever being released.
Christopher Guest is making a new movie, 'Mascots', for Netflix
The Netflix original movie will premier in 2016.
Fish oil reduces the long-term risk of developing schizophrenia, study finds
A new study found that consuming omega-3 poly-unsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) in the form of fish oil capsules reduced the likelihood of developing schizophrenia among those at-risk.
Interns sue Olsen twins for working unpaid, 50-hour weeks
The interns didn't even receive college credit.
State of emergency declared in Ferguson
Activists Cornel West and DeRay McKesson and have been arrested.
Parents' math anxiety affects kids' performance more than genetics, study finds
A new study finds that children of parents with anxiety around math who provided frequent homework help were learned less math over the school year and grew to be math-anxious themselves.
Trump: "I will be phenomenal to the women."
"I would be the best for women, the best for women's health issues," Trump said during a Monday interview on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe.'
Target will remove gender-specific signs for kids toys
Target announced that in several sections of their stores, they will omit signage that suggests that certain products are for people of a particular gender.
This map shows Manhattan's lack of affordable neighborhoods
While Manhattan's average residence is more expensive than it's ever been, some neighborhoods are getting cheaper with time.