In an effort to stem sexual violence that has become prevalent on many college campuses, Dartmouth College is banning hard liquor on campus.
The college will institute more on-campus social alternatives to partying in the hopes of curbing this problem.
For millions of years, sea turtles have navigated the oceans to return to their birthplace to excavate nests and lay eggs. Scientists have long been mystified because it wasn't known how they did this.
As man-made global warming continues to make the earth a warmer and wetter place, lightning strikes will also increase — by as much as 50 percent by the end of this century, scientists say in a new study.
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A New Jersey man fishing with friends off the coast of Cape May has startling evidence that great white sharks are making a comeback after one of the huge fish bit the outboard motor on his boat.
Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s tax records have allegedly been stolen from his tax accountants’ offices. These records are potentially very politically sensitive. A ransom of $1 million has been demanded for the materials.
Mashable's Lauren Indvik released a story on The Atlantic last week that featured imaginative figures on The Atlantic's digital audience size, calling into question the journalistic integrity of the popular Mashable property.
Word out on the web rumors CNN is looking to acquire popular technology and social news website Mashable.
According to several media reports, Mashable CEO Pete Cashmore is in talks with the news giant.
It’s visual chaos, but Pinterest, according to Mashable, is the new hot website for all things marketable. This is visual media in overdrive, called a pinboard. People share pictures. That’s what's generating the business.
Following the devastating earthquake and tsunamis that destroyed Japan last week, and the rising number of casualties, some of the world's largest technology and telecommunications companies have joined the relief efforts.
Following news today that YouTube and iTunes have been easily accessed by hackers, Internet information giant Wikipedia is now experiencing a lengthy down time period and for over an hour gave their users no explanation as to why.