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The newsroom chiefs at these publications raised concerns about the Trump administration's latest threat to the First Amendment.
This quadruped robot has a surprising amount of torque.
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Such is the power of Cheap Old Houses — an Instagram account with over 400,000 followers that functions as part ruin porn, part e-commerce site — that dozens of p
One day in 2009, fires swept across Victoria, leaving 173 dead. It became known as Black Saturday. When it emerged that not all of these disasters were natural, local det
In the arms race to sell as many sandwich bags or beach towels as possible, a problem has become clear: Variety isn't infinitely valuable.
Using ground-penetrating radar, scientists detected a massive reservoir of frozen water sandwiched by layers of sand beneath the northern polar ice cap on Mars.
Brazilian firefighters struggled in vain to rescue a beleaguered snake in Sao Paolo. One firefighter wasn't so lucky.
Access to adequate restrooms is a fundamental necessity for everyone, but it's harder to come by the less structural power you have.
The three largest US cities, New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago, shrank last year.
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As terrific as first-rate mass transit can be, all over the world you can also find public transport options that are experiences in and of themselves.
Kudos to the man for being kind and to other users on Craigslist for pointing out that he had invited the wrong kind of cat into his house.
The truck continues down the road for over 600 feet after he pulled the brake.
Cremation is on the rise. Whimsical and environmentally friendly businesses are changing the final frontier.
Randomly selected Stockton residents are receiving $500 a month. The experiment might prove that guaranteed income works.
Naomi Wolf gets fact-checked over her understanding of a legal term in her upcoming book about executions in Victorian-era England.
After reacting to Mark Hamill's impression of him, Ford describes the sense of loss he feels living in a world without Mayhew in it.
Even the UN is coming for sexism in artificial intelligence— showing that there's nothing cute about Siri or Cortana's appeasing remarks.
Mary Bacon's life was irresistibly fascinating, but the way she recounted it was also riddled with exaggerations and outright falsehoods.
A new ultra-fast camera can generate a film of dozens of frames at trillions of frames per second.
Modern-day shamans in a variety of sectors appear to tame uncertainty by embracing their otherness.
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Tiafoe grew up on a tennis court — just not in the way as stars before him.
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Despite dissent from critics blasting the potentially rushed restoration, a slew of wild proposals have already started to roll in.
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Billie Jean King once tried to find a sustainable business model for feminist sports coverage. Then women's fitness tried to revive the swimsuit model.
How it tastes and whether someone actually buys and drinks the stuff is beside the point.
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Sites that offer information on self-administering abortion pills have seen spikes in inquiries.
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The Australian native runs Inside Airbnb, which uses the startup's own data to highlight illegal listings in big cities.
Down by a run with in the bottom of the 9th, LSU was in an okay spot, with 1 out and runners on 2nd and 3rd bases. But then Auburn went and just handed them the game.
As hip-hop and streaming change the power dynamics of musical celebrity, Jepsen and other artists making traditional pop have embraced a new kind of boutique stardom.
How blood flow restriction became the hottest method in physical therapy.
32-year-old French economist Gabriel Zucman scours spreadsheets to find secret offshore accounts.
At some point between 1981 and 2019, F1 teams realized that a 3-second pit stop is a whole lot better than a 25-second pit stop.
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