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11 Game of Thrones type TV shows to watch during lockdown

Missing the family drama, thrilling action and complex characters of Game of Thrones? Here are a few TV shows to distract you during the coronavirus quarantine. → Read More

Chris Hadfield and other astronauts share self-isolation tips during coronavirus

If anyone knows how to not go crazy while spending a lot of time alone, it's an astronaut. Chris Hadfield, Scott Kelly, Peggy Whitson and Buzz Aldrin have a few suggestions. → Read More

How long will my toilet paper supply last? This handy calculator will tell you

Find out how many days worth of toilet paper rolls you have left with this online tool. → Read More

Astronaut Chris Hadfield shares tips for self-isolation during coronavirus

"Take care of your spaceship." If anyone knows how to not go crazy while spending a lot of time alone, it's an astronaut. → Read More

Handy Coronavirus Toilet Paper Calculator helps you measure your supply

Find out how many days worth of toilet paper rolls you have left with this online tool. → Read More

HBO's Friends reunion may be delayed due to coronavirus concerns

Maybe The One Where They Got Back Together should be renamed The One Where They Became Quarantined? → Read More

Ancient sea worm with spines finally identified, solving 50-year mystery

A mysterious marine worm that has perplexed scientists for decades finally gets the spotlight -- and a new name. → Read More

Razzie Awards proves Cats was truly the worst movie of 2019

The Razzie Awards ceremony was cancelled due to coronavirus, but Cats still won for Worst Picture, Screenplay, Director and more. → Read More

Mysterious, circular structure found to be made from mammoth bones

Scientists determine the mammoth bones are 20,000 years old; offering more clues to human behavior during the Ice Age. → Read More

Black Widow with Scarlett Johansson: Release date, cast, trailers and more

Marvel's Black Widow movie offers a closer look at Natasha Romanoff and her family. Find out everything there is to know about the new movie. → Read More

Feel-good TV shows to entertain you during the coronavirus lockdown

If you're socially isolating, self-quarantined or just need an escape during the current coronavirus pandemic, here's a list of streaming TV shows to distract you. → Read More

Animorphs books now free: Read about kids shapeshifting into rats and cats

Download the entire series of the popular '90s YA books about a group of kids who fight aliens by shapeshifting into animals. → Read More

Star Wars deepfake: Kylo Ren proposes to Rey in Pride and Prejudice

Romance blossoms between Kylo and Rey in this impressive deepfake video. → Read More

Disney's Mulan movie reactions hit social media: "Exciting, vibrant, emotional"

Live-action Mulan impresses critics, who are tweeting reactions to the film. → Read More

Cosmos: Possible Worlds shows a hopeful future through science

Cosmos returns with a new season that explores the many possible worlds thriving within our own planet and how we can work together for a better future. → Read More

Former MythBuster's adorable Baby Yoda robot will cheer up sick kids

"Everyone melts." Grant Imahara shares how he made his fully animatronic Star Wars character via digital modeling, 3D printing and robotics. → Read More

The Kids in the Hall comedy series gets Amazon revival with original cast

Dave Foley, Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson are back with new episodes. → Read More

New lion, size of house cat, with bone-crushing teeth, is found in fossil form

In Australia, researchers discover a hitherto unknown type of lion that lived over 24 million years ago. → Read More

Deaf moths hide from hungry bats through acoustic camouflage

Some moth species cannot hear but can absorb as much as 85 percent of the incoming sound from predatory bats, a study finds. → Read More

The right music can soothe your savage beast, err cat

Cat compositions could make for a more relaxing visit to the veterinarian, scientists discover. → Read More