An ancient Egyptian mummy has been 'brought back to life' after British scientists recreated its voice. Co-corresponding author Professor David Howard a biomedical engineer from the University of London said: "The process is only feasible when the relevant soft tissue is reasonably intact - as in the case of the 3,000 year-old mummified body of the Egyptian priest Nesyamun." read more
Ortiz faced criticism for identifying as a black man on lieutenant and captain exams for quicker promotions, and he came to the commission last Friday to defend his actions.
"I'm a black male," he told commissioners to sneers from the crowd. "Yes I am."
Ortiz appears white, but he argued race isn't about appearances. "That's how I feel." Chairman Keon Hardemon pressed for answers.
The former NFL quarterback-turned-professional-baseball-player shared a photo on social media on Monday night seemingly from the couple's wedding ceremony, which they told People took place in Nel-Peters' native South Africa. read more
A MASSIVE 40-stone jihadi dubbed "Jabba the Jihadi" has been nicked by Iraqi forces" sparking a stream of hilarious internet memes.
Hate preacher Abu Abdul Bari had to be loaded onto a flatbed truck after he was nabbed in his Mosul bolthole by Iraqi security forces.
Cops said he was an ISIS member who issued fatwas leading to the execution of a number of scholars and clerics, as well as the bombing of a mosque.
A day after breaking the news her uncle was stepping down as the Mets' manager, a Twitter account which claims to belong to Carlos Beltran's niece is throwing a pair of his former Astros teammates under the bus.
The account, which ESPN's Marly Rivera reports does not belong to a member of Beltran's family, tweeted that second baseman Jose Altuve and third baseman Alex Bregman "wore devices that buzzed on inside right shoulder from hallway video guy" on Thursday, according to screenshots of her private account from Jomboy.