A modest idea 25 years ago is now a central part of the human experience for billions.In the next 10 years, we may see the end of privacy and democracy.Others predict the Web will "flow like electricity" throughout our lives in positive ways.
In recent days, a couple of different religiously themed sculptors and displays have been taken down.
When he was running for president in 1968, Nixon decided, against the advice of just about everyone around him, that he needed to improve his image with the hip crowd by making a cameo appearance on the new edgy comedy show "Laugh-in."
Brandon Stanton started out with humans as author of blog and book "Humans of New York" but now he's moved on to making furry friends - dogs.
The Coen Brothers' latest film, "Inside Llewyn Davis," and Jason Statham's thriller "Homefront" lead these movies new to DVD and Blu-ray this week.
Two overtly Photoshopped images that appeared on Target.com have caused the company to receive criticism from not only the Photoshop watchdogs, Photoshopdisasters.com, but from many customers and body image protectors through social media as well.
As the World Wide Web turns 25, we took a look at some of the ways it has shaped modern life.
With reports circulating that "We're the Millers" star Jason Sudeikis is taking on the iconic role of Fletch in the upcoming movie "Fletch Won," KSL.com discusses points to consider about the project.
For over a decade, studies have shown just how crucial friendships are to our actual health and well-being. But keeping close friends is not often easy. This MOMentity column offers advice on how we can keep these female relationships a priority.
Fifteen-year-old Pete Benda's family was told he may never wake up from a coma following a 30-foot fall. See how well he is doing now, in part two of the series "The Child First and Always."
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