OK maybe that's overselling it a tad, but we couldn't help but fall in love with this beautifully written Missed Connection. There's so much truth in this little piece, even when it takes a turn towards the absurd.
The White House says U.S. relations with Russia cannot be seen as "black and white." Spokesman Jay Carney spoke to reporters about President Barack Obama's decision to cancel next month's Moscow summit with Russia's President Vladimir Putin.
We've seen lots of invasions of flying saucers — but what about flying teacups? That's what menaces the Earth in Quest for the Power Sphere, an indie space-opera comedy by Argentine director Tetsuo Lumière.
This summer's kids' movies are full of weird animal characters, from Turbo the snail to Azrael in The Smurfs II. But Hollywood would have to try a lot harder to match the weirdness of its classic funny-animal films.
Almaden resident Colin Aitken attends prestigious summer science program San Jose Mercury News Colin Aitken, a recent graduate of Leland High School, is attending the prestigious summer science program at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel.
Wired The Science Behind the Netflix Algorithms That Decide What You'll Watch Next Wired If you liked 1960s Star Trek, the first non-Trek title that Netflix is likely to suggest to you is the original Mission: Impossible series (the one with the...
Another contender emerges for the Star Trek 3 director's chair. Chris Hemsworth reveals how Thor and The Avengers connect to The Dark World. Bryan Singer reveals how Patrick Stewart's Professor X could appear in Days of Future Past.
Imagine that DC had started building a cinematic universe in 2008, culminating with a mega-successful Justice League in 2012. In this alternate universe, where Marvel and DC changed places, what movies would DC be planning for 2014 and 2015?
In case you still doubted that dolphins have an awareness rivaling our own, new research shows that these cetaceans can remember the whistles of their old tank-mates after being separated for more than 20 years!
President Barack Obama announced the United States is providing an additional $195 million in food and humanitarian aid to help the Syrian people on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan.
The Guardian Jurassic squirrel's secret is out after 165m years The Guardian The discovery of a small furry beast from the Jurassic era has given scientists fresh insights into the evolution of the first mammals on Earth.
Research scientists who sparked global alarm in 2011 with a laboratory-grown strain of bird flu, are seeking to try such experiments again with a new strain that has killed at least 43 people in China this year.