Over the years scientists have given us a million reasons to snooze. Lack of sleep has been linked to depression, anxiety, weight gain, and most recently --Alzheimers.
Many dictionaries are reinventing themselves for the digital age. But in a time of selfies, twerking, and phrases like "on fleek," what does a modern dictionary look like? And with autocorrect and spellcheck, is proper spelling a fading art form?
In reality, serial killers are a rarity, but in movies, media and our imaginations they’re everywhere. From Bundy to Dahmer and Gacy, criminology professor Scott Bonn joins us to discuss and dispel some of the common myths these killers hold.
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is “running out of time”
Rob Shuter joins Marc and Alicia to discuss Aubrey Plaza crashing Will Ferrell's speech at the MTV Movie Awards.
Doctor Who fans can exterminate their boredom thanks to a brand-new Google Doodle celebrating the BBC show's 50th anniversary.
Matt Cherry joins Marc to discuss why the United States is so out of step when it comes to the death penalty.
Lee Quinones and Charlie Ahearn join HuffPost Live to take a look at 30 years of 'Wild Style.'
A Banksy work with a complex past recently surfaced on beloved television series "Antiques Roadshow," ArtNet reported.
President Obama is set to deliver his final State of the Union address tonight. Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey joins us to discuss what we can expect and how a divided congress may fare in Obama's final year.