Bill Cosby continues to fall from grace, and his comeback attempt is in a tailspin as eight women have now come forward to accuse him of sexual assault or rape. However, radio host Glenn Beck defended the comedian and actor, saying Cosby is the victim.
Someone finally took the ‘meanwhile in Russia’ trope too far. The Daily Mail is being charged with misrepresenting a scientific YouTube video… and now also has to dump liquid nitrogen over itself in -15-degree Siberian cold.
Model and television personality Janice Dickinson has come out as the third woman in just over a week to accuse comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Responding to the allegations, Netflix announced it was postponing Cosby’s new stand-up special.
CNN’s ratings hit a record low Monday night during the vaunted 9 p.m. slot once held by legendary Larry King. Not only did the network come in fourth among the cable news channels, it had its lowest number of viewers in nearly a quarter of a century.
Americans spent over $7.5 billion on one drug over a one-year period ‒ more than any other medication. And yet no one knows how the powerful pill works. But that doesn’t keep Big Pharma from marketing it for a multitude of disorders.
Ubiquitous GoPro cameras and video drones have provided stunning shots of birds in their natural habitats. RT looks at five amazing clips of birds attacking and inspecting the cameras - and a feathered friend who filmed a flight with one of the gadgets.
Aliens, some as old as 200 years, are real and have visited Earth, a former Lockheed Martin senior scientist has claimed. In his final moments, he provided “photo evidence” while sharing his personal experiences of UFOs and extraterrestrials.
You would think war-themed video games copy real life, and not the other way around. Not this time. A Washington think tank has hired the maker of the acclaimed “Call of Duty” game to envision the kind of future wars the US could be fighting.
Criminal gangs from Eastern Europe present a huge problem for Denmark where there’s “no real border control,” politician Peter Kofod Poulsen told RT. He set up a website where locals complain about wrongdoings by immigrants from the former Eastern Bloc.