Colombia is on a mission to make sense of its rich biodiversity, isolated thanks to years of war. For researchers, it is a golden opportuni
The lawsuit claims S-Town failed to secure John McLemore's consent before airing his private life to the world.
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Russia's last tsar, his wife, and their five children were murdered amid the tumult of the Bolshevik revolution 100 years ago today. To com
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The feat could pave the way for more powerful computing, although the technology is still in its early stages.
A City Council member wants to uproot Jeff Bezos's tech giant and shrink the wealth gap using radical politics. But not everyone in the cit
Inside the secret Facebook groups people turn to after a DNA test delivers shocking results.
No, this isn't a legal move, but we sure as hell think it should become one.
As a teenager, Mike Marjama almost died from an eating disorder. Here's what he's doing to spare other young men the same fate.
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Sexy selfies plus AR-15s = the ultimate in Second Amendment propaganda.
As a teen, Jabeen Akhtar discovered that trying to be an exceptional immigrant can make you do stupid things.
In a statement on Tuesday, President Trump sought to reaffirm his support of the American intel community — only one day after the Presi
Four people were hospitalized after a chunk of lava punched a hole in the roof of their tour boat, with one person still in serious conditi
According to reports, there were several injuries but no deaths, which is somewhat miraculous when you watch this footage.
Just wait for it to finish copying your data, give it a few seconds, then yank.
SBNation's Jon Bois and Spencer Hall discuss the various people they would not like to get into a fight with. It's good stuff.
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The deaths of Prince, Tom Petty, Heath Ledger and Michelle McNamara haven't galvanized attention to the prescription drug crisis.
We just hope this water is safe enough to swim in, but otherwise hugely applaud this man for making light of a tragic event.
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Without any public scrutiny, insurers and data brokers are predicting your health costs based on data about things like race, marital statu
The son of a Baptist pastor is outed to his family in this upcoming film based on a true story.
Did the first lady's supernatural interests convince Abraham Lincoln to sign the Emancipation Proclamation?
He doesn't suspect that Cohen is there, under all that makeup, but does immediately recognize that the person across from is spouting nonse
Meet the hackers who flip seized Instagram handles and cryptocurrency in a shady, buzzing underground market for stolen accounts and userna
Sorry to all the soon-to-be out-of-work-batpeople, but the market demands it.
Sweden's literary elite has been thrown into disarray by allegations of sexual harassment and corruption.
By colorizing one of the first Hubble satellite images, illustrator Dana Berry ushered in a new era of stunning space visuals.
If you see a haboob coming, do what this driver did and pull over, because you aren't going to be able to see anything when you're in the m
It took thousands of years for humans to breed a pea-sized fruit into a beautiful beefsteak tomato. Now, with gene editing, scientists can
When the West Quincy Levee failed during catastrophic floods 25 years ago, police pegged James Robert Scott as the cause.
A small number of employees are agreeing to subcutaneous implants — and the idea is spreading.
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This series of workshops aims to keep broken items out of the landfill, and it might help you save a few bucks, too.
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