Emergency responders like police and ambulances were going to take to the skies to help save lives, like in this illustration from legendar
Four years of research shows that 3D printers emit hazardous microparticles — which can embed themselves in your lungs forever.
This article is about the prison conditions that made the escape possible, all the people who went unpunished and the making of the series.
FCC-funded rural broadband currently requires download speed of just 10Mbps.
Hamill clearly envisioned Boba Fett being more central to the franchise, but ultimately (and understandably) couldn't sway Lucas with his a
We want to believe a relationship will soak up the emptiness that's spilling over from other realms in our lives.
The APM 200 by Equipmake, which will appear in the 2020 Ariel Hipercar, uses a clever trick of engineering to deal with the heat generated
If you have a vendetta against lawnmowers and love the smell of caramelized honey wafting through this air, this might be for you.
These coveted creations cost double, and sometimes even 10 times the amount of an ordinary stout. And they're everywhere.
His family had to evacuate, abandoning their cat for seven days as the Woolsey Fire consumed their home in California. Thankfully, Mike the
In the case of Make-A-Wish, the attackers used an unpatched Drupal bug to insert cryptomining software called CoinImp onto the site, which
Monday's 54-51 thriller will go down as a classic. It was also a declaration of intent for where the league is heading.
Worn on a headband behind the ear, OtoTech uses subtle vibrations to change the way the brain computes the fact that the body that it's att
The concept, using what are called TV whitespaces, is not new, but few have moved from the theoretical to the realistic.
At an inaugural desert festival of yogis and spirit guides like Russell Brand, an exclusive industry grapples with consumerism, addiction,
The CDC told consumers to throw away any romaine lettuce they may already have purchased. Restaurants should not serve it, stores should no
Go stand on the racetrack, they said. It will be fun and you'll totally be able to move, they said.
Priests are fielding more requests than ever for help with demonic possession, and a centuries-old practice is finding new footing in the m
A decade ago, the US mandated the use of vegetable oil in biofuels, leading to industrial-scale deforestation — and a huge spike in carbo
This one-year-old slipped out of her mother's arms onto the train tracks in Mathura, India and seemed no worse for the wear after getting r
Using ratings, competitions and bonuses to incentivize workers isn't new — but as I found when I became a Lyft driver, the gig economy is
Climate change has an inherent image problem. While you can clearly visualize plastic pollution or deforestation, climate change has a less
An ocean-view hotel room in Tenerife is a luxury. That is, until gigantic waves start flying through your window.
They spoke about long and punishing hours, how morale plummets as the holiday season goes on and why the holidays still make them feel guil
As it turns out, the ingeniousness and variety of griftmanship on display in the animal kingdom nearly rivals, and in some cases exceeds, o
A trio of engineers have teamed up with a master Japanese swordsmith to design a rock-sampling device made with the same steel used in thes
New Zealand doesn't get many tornadoes, but when they do, they are apparently quite large.
When it comes to luggage in 2018, it's really not what's on the inside that counts.
On Tuesday, the value of Bitcoin hit a new 2018 low, dropping to $4,500. The price is now near October 2017 levels, right before the crypto
In his new book, legal scholar Tim Wu traces the history of antitrust enforcement in the United States and illustrates how breaking up tech
How an obscure legal document turned New York's court system into a debt-collection machine that's chewing up small businesses across Ameri
This Leyton Orient fan wouldn't let up on a Bromley player during his sideline warmup, and maybe this cruel technique worked? Leyton Orien
Sometimes infecting volunteers with a disease can lead to new treatments. But how much risk and compensation is acceptable for those in poo
Changing a place's municipal status may not seem like an obvious solution to poverty, but in a place where all manner of social and economi
The civility debate sidesteps how false assumptions about harm online, coupled with the affordances of digital media, encourage toxicity.
A new book examines the lives of expats in Ecuador and their struggle to stay in the middle class.
If millions more people are choosing to live in your state than in other states of comparable geographic size, you must be doing something
This recently released footage shows Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) pilots making a difficult landing on Castro's Peak to rescue two pe
Even worse, it takes him less than an hour all-in-all.
Send this to that friend who still hasn't paid back that Venmo you send them two months ago.
Some of the world's most restricted women have found a subtle way to speak out about yet another limitation in their lives: not having the
The sparkly, kitschy vampire movies debuted 10 years ago, giving us two bona fide movie stars, a multimillion-dollar franchise and a bluepr
The 1997 album that defined a new hip-hop aesthetic and expanded the definition of rap.
The weirdest job I ever had was at a large environmental nonprofit, where nobody seemed clear on what they were supposed to be doing.
This is probably the rhino equivalent of babies' fake crying to get their parents' attention.