Sepp Blatter is arguably the most powerful man in world sports and certainly its greatest survivor.
Now comes the biggest challenge of his 17-year rule of FIFA: dealing with the U.S. and Swiss criminal investigations into corruption among soccer officials, including some who were sipping drinks with Blatter in the hours and days before being arrested on Wednesday morning in Zurich.
Continue reading Could Corruption Probe Finally Take Down FIFA’s ‘Untouchable’ Ruler?
LeBron James scored 23 points, Kyrie Irving returned after missing two games and the Cleveland Cavaliers reserved a spot in the NBA Finals with a 118-88 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night to win the Eastern Conference title.
Continue reading FINALS BOUND! Lebron And The Cavs Sweep The Hawks
Really bad things happen. Though everyone should know this, here’s a lovely slow motion video reminder on what happens when you pour water onto an oil fire in an attempt to put it out: the fire gets even crazier because the water vaporizes into steam which expands causing it to spit out the oil which makes the flames even bigger.
Continue reading What happens when you pour water on an oil fire in slow motion
Consider the beefsteak, a naturally bred giant among tomatoes. It grows as big as two pounds. Scientist have now identified a set of genes that gives beefsteaks their size, and it could lead the way to supersizing more fruits.
Continue reading Scientists Discover the Genes for Supersizing Fruit
Now everyone can watch the sun set in San Francisco.
Periscope, the Twitter-owned livestreaming app that has taken the world by storm in recent months, is coming to Android.
Continue reading The best livestreaming app is now on Android
The World Health Organization has a new strategy for fighting drug-resistant diseases like MRSA and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, which cost lives and strain healthcare systems around the world.
Continue reading The New Global Strategy to Counter Drug-Resistant Microbes