At an age when most kids need supervision to do their homework, hundreds of thousands of minors are crossing continents alone.
Only someone with years of practice can make the creation of such a complex form look so simple.
Traditional movies were the popular art form of the 20th century. Is virtual reality what comes next?
Here’s the deal, most mattress retailers charge you 6-12x their manufacturing costs, plus you have to deal with a cheesy salesman pressuring you to buy. Cue Lull, the smarter way to buy a mattress — online with free shipping to your doorstep and a 100-night trial.
President Trump picked Lt Gen HR McMaster, a widely respected military strategist, as his new national security adviser on Monday, calling him "a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience."
Dale Earnhardt Jr. returns at Daytona after letting his brain heal from multiple concussions — and after undergoing a different sort of rehabilitation for his psyche.
Maybe Vladimir Putin just incidentally has millions of unearned dollars and his enemies serendipitously keep dying of radiation poisoning. Maybe.
The right wing provocateur says he "deeply regret[s]" the way his comments were interpreted.
Shyness, that single emotion that encompasses so many different things — embarrassment, timidity, a fear of rejection, a reluctance to be inconvenient — is, despite its extreme commonality, also extremely mysterious.
Perhaps you've seen a CustomGrow420 video or two, the ones where a man in a ball cap smokes weed out of elaborate and amazing drug paraphernalia. But have you seen them all at once?
Something like this scenario has actually been discovered in nature, albeit not with humans.
John McCain (ambivalently, agonizingly) takes on the president.
Every year, a small town in central Taiwan celebrates the Beehive Festival, an annual "bonanza" where citizens don motorcycle helmets and run straight into the belly of the beast.
Deare reportedly knocked the Trump administration's handling of Latin American policies during a speech at The Wilson Center Thursday in Washington.
If there is one thing George Washington would have wanted in modern day America, it would be for everyone to buy a sweet car on his birthday.
"Song to Song" arrives in theaters March 10th.
Those numbers under the bottle cap have added up to some hefty rewards for some over the last 11 years, and they're worried about what comes next.
Whither the presidential beard? The answer may make you bristle.
And they’re 70% off. If you never want to get out of bed again, we’ll understand.
The attempt to get inside the mind of the US president is aimed at helping Vladimir Putin plan for his first meeting with America's new leader.
In the 18th century, mouse fur was commonly made into facial patches.
Do you think this guy walks around all the time with the knotted beard situation? Or only when he’s having a day that's totally fucking metal?
"We have found as much genetic variation as there is between different species, between chimpanzees and us." Yet, somehow, despite that diversity, cannabis is still one species.
No more tracking down a mysterious vending machine.
Could you run, jump, and kick Koopa butt IRL? If you have to watch yourself doing it, probably not.
IBM researcher Charles Henderson says he sold a car several years ago and can still control it from his phone.
Climate change is threatening to push a crowded capital toward a breaking point.
The rich colors of Bill Manbo’s photos remind us that the injustices of long ago took place in the same vivid hues as the present.
Beneath the streets of Beijing, people live in an underground universe constructed during the Cold War era.
Baseball MVP and World Series champ Kris Bryant didn't even bat an eye while he batted remarkably good pitches from some random dude in the film crew.
The killing of Kim Jong-un's older brother Kim Jong-nam goes deeper and gets stranger than you think.
As President Trump continues to swallow the internet, beleaguered moderators are trying their damndest to preserve a few safe spaces.
It's "The Little Engine That Could" — in space.
Rafal Gerszak witnessed war in order to document history, but it almost cost him his life. Out in the wilds of Canada, he found his way back from the brink.
In a post-fact era of fake news and filter bubbles, in which audiences cherry-pick the information and sources that match their own biases and dismiss the rest, the news media seems to have lost its power to shape public opinion.
For his GQ Style cover story, the ever-controversial Conor McGregor lets loose about everything: Donald Trump, $27,000 shopping sprees, Money Mayweather and his wild path to becoming the don of the octagon.
The hysterical laughter of the guy behind the camera tells the whole story here.
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A former Uber engineer has published an explosive account of sexism and power struggles in the workplace, with allegations beginning from her very first official day with the company.
Some asked whether perhaps Trump had confused Sweden with Sehwan in Pakistan, where more than 85 people died in a suicide bombing at a Sufi shrine on Friday.