With an enormous Nor'easter shutting down schools and airports across the northeastern US, it might be a good idea to stay off the roa
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Motorists in the city of Makati in the Philippines saw an... interesting advertisement on Tuesday afternoon.
After 15 years as a professional soccer player, Arsenal player Per Mertesacker is hanging up his boots. Plagued by injuries and stressed b
Beyond medical costs, a trip to the hospital can mean a permanent reduction in income for many Americans, even for those with health insura
Opioid medication is often framed as a zero-sum dilemma. Do you relieve the pain? Or do you prevent addiction? But there is increasing evid
You want to go off the beaten path? Oh, this map will take you off the beaten path, all right.
Honestly, we're proud of him. He's clearly spent a lot of time perfecting the subtle art of not exposing yourself on camera, and his look o
It's pretty darn marvelous how quickly and efficiently we can burn complicated, three-dimensional designs into metal.
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Turns out, it may be easier to strike gold by growing green.
The data-science firm, where Stephen K. Bannon served on the board, tested the power of anti-establishment messages later central to Presid
We've been watching skier Alex Hall hit this monster jump in Verbier, Switzerland on repeat and it gets better every time.
Even if the details of the algorithms are accessible, which isn’t always the case, they’re often beyond the understanding even of the p
He loves candy and he loves his mom, but when forced to choose between them he knows the right answer.
How quickly can things go wrong in a propeller plane? Quite quickly, as this pilot found out, but he had just enough time to figure out how
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Chinese companies are taking advantage of America's financially strapped higher-education system to buy schools, and the latest deal for a
Mexico spent more than $100 billion on hundreds of sprawling housing developments, many of which lack running water or sewer systems.
It’s not just the Cambridge Analytica debacle. Ethics don’t scale.
A candid conversation with a professor who's actually done the work.
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Six months after Hurricane Maria ravaged the Caribbean in September 2017, the island of Puerto Rico is still struggling to rebuild.
David Attenborough gave me fossils. Jessica Chastain whispered me through a black hole.
Not every kid who’s lived through a school shooting has the same cause to advance. For some, this is their chance to march in memory of c
A parent at Rocky Point High School on Long Island decided the best way to make his point in support of school guards was to pull out his k
We know we are just giving them free advertising, but hey, at least we get to marvel at the absurdity of our modern condition.
The president did not heed written instructions from his national security team asking him to take a tougher tone with the Russian leader.
Going undercover in low-pay jobs, the author discovered a fearful and atomized working class that had lost its pride and dignity.
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Researchers created an infrared light device that obscures your face from detection software and can even project someone else's face onto