Kim Kardashian and Kanye West just announced they are having another child together. Kim made the announcement on a teaser following tonight’s mid-season finale of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. “I just got the blood test back,” Kim says to Khloé in the new clip, “and I’m pregnant!” As true KUWTK aficionados will note, the underlying narrative of the 10th season of the genre-defining reality series has been Kim’s struggle toward a second pregnancy.
With more than 8,000 wineries located within the United States, less than 5 percent are Black-owned. Although the number is small in comparison, Black winemakers are steadily increasing and beginning to join forces as a branded commodity. In 2002, the Association of African American Vintners was created to showcase and establish mutual support among vintners. Read on to learn more about some of the country’s premier Black-owned wineries and vineyards varying from the California coast to the Virginia countryside.
Though it’s easy to focus on the remarkably logical rumors associated with Apple secretly building its very own line of electric cars or Kanye West dropping SWISH (title pending) as an Apple exclusive next month, there’s another rumor afoot that’s even more plausible — at least in the immediate sense. According to the New York Post, Apple is rumored to be in talks with Drake regarding a proposed $19 million deal that would include a guest DJ spot on the soon-to-relaunch iTunes Radio — in addition to other unspecified capacities for the reigning 6 god.
Yep, you heard that one correctly. In what could be a major step forward for personalized medicine, researchers have perfected a technique for growing miniature balls of cortical tissue—the key working tissue in the human brain—in a dish.
Top Image: Human cortical spheroids, growing in a dish via Sergiu Pasca / Stanford University
Two volcanic islands recently born in the Red Sea have yielded stunning images, providing scientists with new insights about a little-known rift in Earth’s crust.
President Barack Obama’s push for legislation that would enable the U.S. to strike a major trade deal with 11 other countries has gotten tangled in a debate over Malaysia’s record on slave labor, throwing up a last-minute legislative obstacle.
A new study suggests the long-held industry assumption that bisphenol-A breaks down safely in the human body is incorrect. Instead, researchers say, the body transforms the ubiquitous chemical additive into a compound that might spur obesity.