A Chinese zoo is under fire for trying to disguise a Tibetan mastiff dog for a lion. The twisted scheme began to unravel when the supposed "African Lion" started to bark.
John Scalzi raises the alarm about a scam that appears to be targeting science fiction authors. Because speaking invitations at colleges in the U.K. are the new Nigerian princes. Short version: if you get an email from Bexley College inviting you to share your wisdom with Blighty, think twice before handing over a lot… »
There are almost no words for the inhumanity of this. Someone is not only promoting a treatment of bleach enemas to treat autistic children — every two hours, for 72 hours, every possible weekend — but they've started a religious organization to promote this, with "bishops" and other church officials touting the… »
Former runway-model Laura Brown and her husband Stephen van Rooyen are still fighting extradition from South Africa, for an alleged scam to provide a stem cell "cure" for neurological diseases. But one doctor who worked with them wasn't so lucky. »