The "Last Week Tonight" host takes down poorly regulated economic incentives.
Creationist Ken Ham, the notorious owner of The Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum, has once again found a new way to
Ham's Noah's Ark Encounter depicts dinosaurs living in cages.
It's like the 'Flintstones,' except on a big boat.
Nonbelievers in Kentucky see something wrong with celebrating this parable.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation has sent a letter to the IRS urging them to investigate Ken Ham's Ark Encounter. The letter alleges that Ham has continuously attempted to run a for-profit business behind his non-profit in order to benefit from as many tax breaks and discriminatory practices as possible.
Kentucky's Ark Encounter won't open until 2016, but the theme park is already making headlines for reportedly requiring prospective
The Ark Encounter will sit on 800 acres of land in Williamstown, Ky., and will be developed “in phases over many years,” according
Ham said that the Nye debate introduced his views about the historical accuracy of the Biblical creation story to a wider
The push to diversify also includes a flashy new “Dragons Legends exhibit and a high-tech display named ‘Dr. Crawley’s Insectorium