Netflix revealed the final four words that creator Amy Sherman-Palladino wanted to end the show.
On Thursday, Florence Henderson who played the cheerful Carol Brady dies at 82.
Recent research and study confirmed that dogs has the capability to remember things. They are considered clever and and their memories may be like that of a human.
Catherine Zeta-Jones managed to post herself wearing a sexy black bikini on Instagram with an angry message aimed at press photographers.
What is believed to be Egypt’s First Dynasty was recently dug by archeologists. Along with this, a cemetery made of mudbrick in extra-large sizes was also found.
We know that producers, directors, and the production company earned millions or not billions from the "Harry Potter" franchise. But how much did J.K. Rowling, the talented author behind the wizard world, earned from all the fiasco, not only from the films but to everything it relates to?
With the upcoming release of iPad Air 3, its impressive rumored specs circulate the world wide web.
The Dalai Lama tells reporters he has no worries with Trump as the next U.S. president. The monk looks forward to meeting Trump in-person.
If you are yearning for that brand new Pixel phone, then you may want to check out Verizon’s amazing Black Friday deal that covers both handsets.
Honda is just about to release one of their latest model "2017 Honda CR-V", however, the company says it might reach Europe at a later schedule.
Car buyers can also take advantage of the great Black Friday deal. Because there were several factors that affect car sales from the previous month, dealers are bound to go all-in.
Pope Francis grants the priest the special power to forgive the sins of abortion. He also created the “World Day of the Poor”.
Pope Francis extends the powers of priests to forgive women who underwent abortions. His decision continues a temporary measure he implemented for the Vatican's "Year of Mercy."
The race to find a cure is nearing the finish line, Hope rises in the horizon for the AIDs patients.
A medical study in India aimed at bringing dead back to life has been deflected by the Indian Council of Medical Research, citing ethical issues and the possibility of causing trauma to patient's family, a report says.
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