Study Shows Hurricanes With Female Names Don't Get Taken Seriously

A new study making the rounds today claims that hurricanes with female names kill more people than storms with male names because people are less inclined to believe that something with a feminine name can kill them and therefore less likely to take seriously the storm's threat. While "Proven By Science: Sexism Can … » 6/02/14 5:40pm 6/02/14 5:40pm

Oh, Come On: Nor'easter Blows Into Beleaguered NYC Area

A nor'easter sashayed into New York and New Jersey on Wednesday, dumping rain and wet snow on the already weathered and beaten states. Normally this wouldn't be such a big deal, but in the aftermath of Sandy, it means more power outages, difficult travel, and a general consensus from everyone and their mother that… » 11/08/12 4:01am 11/08/12 4:01am

Badass Bride and Groom Totally Unfazed by Ruinous Acts of God

Right before Caleb and Candra Pence's outdoor Kansas wedding was set to begin, an ominous wall cloud formed on the horizon. During the ceremony, a tornado snaked toward the ground. But rather than interrupting their nuptials, retreating to the basement, and playing mildewed board games by candlelight for the next… » 5/25/12 12:40pm 5/25/12 12:40pm