• Anonymous Says NASA Has Evidence of Alien Life. Does It?

    Anonymous, the global hacking collective, believes that alien life exists-and it thinks that NASA is about to confirm it. The video centers around recent findings by the American space organization, including the discovery of 219 new planet candidates-10 of which present similar conditions to Earth-by NASA’s Kepler space telescope team in June, as well as comments made by a senior NASA official in a U.S. government hearing. NASA has made statements recently that point to an optimism that the discovery of aliens is a matter of when, rather than if.

  • Couple beats restaurant owner, her teen daughter over fast food order

    Shocking surveillance video shows the moment a Georgia couple brutally beat a restaurant employee and her teenage daughter - all because they weren’t satisfied with their order. The couple, identified by police as Nathaniel Eric and Latasha Smith, were at the Quik Chick takeout stand next to U.S. Highway 1 in Baxley around 3 p.m. on Thursday when they complained to owner Jeanette Norris that their chicken was too cold and that they didn’t get enough fries, WTOC reported. Norris checked the food, spoke with the couple for a few seconds and even refunded their money - before Latasha attacked her, slapping and punching her in the face. “She went berserk,” Norris told the station. “They both lost

  • A Guy Asked This Girl to Go Steady in the Most Romantic Way

    A young man in Texas went to special lengths to win the favor of a young woman.

  • The Perfect Striped Shirt of the Summer Is Here

    The quest to find the perfect striped shirt is not easy. We all know that the fit and quality are everything, which makes it consequently harder to find. So Nikki Kule, founder and creative director of Kule , set out to do just that - design the perfect striped shirt. The company was born under a “preppy luxe” ethos, offering her signature striped shirts in three styles: “The Modern,” “The Boyfriend,” and “The Classic.” Each shirt varies slightly in cut, size, and style. Since then, Kule has expanded her business to offer striped sweaters, oxford shirts, and even a few solid-colored shirts, alongside a tightly edited men’s section. Part of Kule’s success lies in her simple business idea, but it also helps that she has a celebrity fan base in Goop founder and actress Gwyneth Paltrow, Netflix’s  Love star  Gillian Jacobs , and fashion influencer Olivia Palermo , who have all worn the Kule line. Nikki Kule earned her “stripes” at the Parsons School of Design  in New York and at Parsons Paris. Her first foray into fashion design, interestingly, was in children’s wear, working with star clients such as  Cindy Crawford , Reese Witherspoon , Paltrow, and Stella McCartney . This was long before the children’s-wear market became saturated with D2C brands like  Rockets of Awesome  and boy+girl . The designer went on to create a boys’ and girls’ collection for Brooks Brothers in 2009, and it wasn’t until two years later that she decided to step away from children’s wear and focus on creating the stripe-focused, adult apparel line she has today. Ahead, shop Kule’s striped-shirt creations, which start at $88, on  kule.com  - just in time for the Fourth of July. Read more from Yahoo Beauty + Style: • Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade Show Off Their on-Trend Summer Style  • Balenciaga Unveils ‘Affordable’ Line of Eye Masks, Mugs, and More • 9 White-Hot White Jeans to Wear All Summer Long Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty . The Modern Long in Navy/Cream, $98, kule.com

  • A ‘very credible’ new study on Seattle’s $15 minimum wage has bad news for liberals

    Wonkblog | Analysis When Seattle officials voted three years ago to incrementally boost the city's minimum wage up to $15 an hour, they'd hoped to improve the lives of low-income workers. Yet according to a major new study that could force economists to reassess past research on the issue, the hike has had the opposite effect. The city is gradually increasing the hourly minimum to $15 over several years. Already, though, some employers have not been able to afford the increased minimums. They've cut their payrolls, putting off new hiring, reducing hours or letting their workers go, the study found. The costs to low-wage workers in Seattle outweighed the benefits by a ratio of three to one, according

  • How even good swimmers are drowning in Lake Michigan

    MUSKEGON - With fresh charcoal on the grill and the women prepping food at the house, the dads took nine siblings and cousins for a quick dip at Pere Marquette Beach on a gorgeous, August day.  Lake Michigan didn’t look rough. The waves were low enough for the smaller children to keep their footing by the beach. A little farther out, at a depth of 3-4 feet, Jamarion Gomez, 13, of Lansing was playing “shark attack” with his sister, ducking underwater and grabbing her by the legs while she held onto a floating board.  “He almost pulled her under with him,” said his uncle, Ismael Gomez, 31. “And she actually kicked him off, thinking he was playing.” But Jamarion disappeared. In 2016, the Great Lakes'