‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ Kickstarter Campaign hits Goal in Just Six Days

About a week ago, creator of ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’, Joel Hodgson, revealed that the comedy series could make a return. He launched a Kickstarter campaign and set a goal, and said the show will be back only if the campaign tastes success.

Tuberculosis Deaths Outnumber AIDS Deaths, Says WHO

As per the 2014 statistical report released by the World Health organization (WHO), about 1.2 million deaths were caused by AIDS globally whereas the deaths accounted 1.5 million with tuberculosis

Study shows Objects Separated by Great Distance can Affect Each other’s Behavior

Famous theoretical physicist Albert Einstein may have contributed many important equations to science, but he was not right all the time. A team of Dutch researchers have claimed that two particles can affect each other even when they are separated by a huge distance, which means Einstein was wrong.

Planned Parenthood Clinics raided over documents relating to allegations of Medicaid fraud

On Thursday, agents from the Texas Office of the Inspector General reached at the Planned Parenthood clinics in Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio unannounced. They were there to have documents related to allegations of Medicaid fraud.

Michigan DEQ Director Dan Wyant acknowledges mistakes by the state in handling Flint water emergency

On Monday, the leader of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality accepted that critical mistakes were made that resulted into the contamination of drinking water of Flint. DEQ Director Dan Wyant on Sunday admitted the mistakes that the state made in handling of the situation. He said that they are bringing the necessary changes.