Goosebumps Filmmakers Reveal How RL Stine Became The Star Of Their Movie

Jack Black plays a cantankerous version of real-life horror author R.L. Stine, who lives in a world where his successful Goosebumps books aren’t just a scary YA series, but also a way in which the writer battles actual monsters. How is this going to work, exactly? We asked producer Neal H. Moritz and director Rob… » 4/28/15 9:13am 38 minutes ago

This Is What's Happening In The Aftermath Of Nepal's Earthquake

Severe shaking from Saturday’s earthquake in Nepal lasted less than two minutes, but the true impact of this disaster is still getting worse. In some ways, it isn’t as bad as scientists expected. In others, it’s far worse. » 4/28/15 11:20am Today 11:20am

This Cargo Run To The Space Station Is Starting With A Train Ride…

This Russian Soyuz rocket is getting ready to launch a Progress spacecraft to carry supplies to the International Space Station, and it’s oddly gorgeous. Update: A problem with sporadic telemetry and spacecraft control sent Progress spinning in space and thus far unable to rendezvous with the Space Station.
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Spraypainting Phalluses On Potholes Is One Way To Get Them Fixed

The roads around my house have emerged from the winter looking like the set from a WWII epic set on a war-torn Moon. Local government, as a rule, sucks at repairing car-eating potholes in a timely and effective manner — unless, that is, you surround said pothole with a brightly colored penis. » 4/28/15 12:59am Today 12:59am

Cookie Monster Makes an Amazing Hulk In Sesame Street's Avengers Parody


In a lesson on focus — which Cookie pretty clearly lacks — Sesame Street takes on the climax of The Avengers as only they can. They also make a pretty good case for the Hulk being the most powerful of the Avengers, as Cookie destroys both Cap’s Shield and the Mighty Corn’s hammer. » 4/27/15 9:00pm Yesterday 9:00pm

New Science Magazine Is All About The World's Coasts And Their Residents

Hakai Magazine is a newly launched science publication that will report on science, society, and the environment along the world’s coastlines, which are home not only to nearly half of the planet’s human population, but countless other species of plants and animals. » 4/27/15 5:30pm Yesterday 5:30pm