A 92-year-old man who survived seven different German concentration camps participated in a Reddit Ask Me Anything question and answer session, detailing his harrowing near-death to liberation story. Henry Flescher, who now lives in Aventura, Florida and had not heard of the social news-sharing site Reddit before the session earlier this week, participated in…
What’s the weirdest thing that’s ever happened on ‘The Maury Show’? Its host, Maury Povich, spilled the beans during an ‘Ask Me Anything’ on Reddit.
Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David have teamed up for a new project, and it’s big. And…well, that’s it.
Ah, summer. Love, sun, royalty and the French Rivera. At least that’s how it is for some. For others, it’s more like frizz, sweat, and general unpleasantness.
The jury is in, the people have spoken, and once again, Mila Kunis has come out on top.
When Noah Pozner’s mother shared gruesome details about his murder, she followed a path set by the mother of civil rights martyr Emmett Till. Will her choice also change history?
The heartbroken father of internet activist Aaron Swartz blamed the US government for his son’s suicide in an emotional eulogy at his funeral.
The president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reportedly announced Sunday that he has ordered a review of the university’s actions in a hacking case against internet activist Aaron Swartz, who killed himself over the weekend.
Web activist Aaron Swartz’s family lashed out at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and prosecutors, suggesting their moves contributed to his suicide.