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Consumers lost more than AU$110,000 each month in the January to May period.
You'd need an oxygen mask and enough layers to contend with beyond freezing temperatures, but could leave the sunscreen at home.
How an Arizona officer accused of hitting a migrant with his truck could put his agency's toxic culture on trial.
A husky badger goes after a terrified fox.
Many Scandinavian countries even have open prisons — minimum security institutions that rely less on force and more on trust. Back in the US, this might seem like an
A study finds that some shrinking cities are prosperous areas with smaller, more-educated populations. But they also have greater levels of income inequality.
Homeownership has become a cornerstone of the American dream but renting can sometimes be the smarter choice.
That synthetic suburb allows Amazon to test its delivery robot Scout thousands or perhaps millions of times under varying weather conditions without swarming the neighbor
Photographic do-overs are showing scientists the ways our world is changing.
A previously unreleased image of a new $20 note that was produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and obtained by The New York Times depicts Harriet Tubman in a d
More than 70,000 snakes slither out of dens to breed each spring at a Manitoba wildlife area. Thousands of people just can't keep away from the writhing show. Just don't
A few months after nabbing a handsome $500 million funding round, China’s shared housing startup Danke Apartment got a talent boost. On Monday, Danke announced the
As nations search for technology that 'confers a decisive strategic advantage' in controlling the 'global digital commons', the global political trends are reminiscent of
AGL states it is no longer confident its proposal would create value.
The Australian government could avoid so much grief about surveillance if it stopped being so paranoid about discussing its ideas transparently -- unless it really does
From here on out, there will be no more debates over sportsmanship should the U.S. run up the score.
Officers in law enforcement agencies across the country have joined private hate groups on Facebook, participating in the spread of extremism.
Artist Aaron Blaise spent 21 years working on Disney's most famous animated films. Here he explains his process for character creation and revision.
Why have Google and Facebook suddenly grown so worried about online privacy? Part of the answer is a defect in the language we use to talk about privacy.
Over the years I've accumulated thousands of other people’s photographs. The pictures were orphans, in several senses.
Archive of Our Own, the fanfiction database recently nominated for a Hugo, has perfected a system of tagging that the rest of the web could emulate.
Over the last five years, NYC Parks has very gradually introduced a new brand identity, including streamlined signs visible at most parks today.
As an indigenous woman in Canada, I've seen throughout my life how doctors and nurses put together false narratives of me. And I hate it.
When it came to bringing Harry's alternate universe into Universal, J.K. Rowling approved every last nail, the recipe for butterbeer, even the window display at Honeyduke
False confessions are not rare: More than a quarter of the 365 people exonerated in recent decades by the nonprofit Innocence Project had confessed to their alleged crime
'Wurst connoisseur Elias Cairo blind taste tests and guesses the price points of various sausages.
Trust in the media is broadly down worldwide, but the situation in the United States is a little different
This slow-mo footage of Fury masterfully evading punches, thrown at him with precision, belongs in a museum. He eventually did win the match and retained his title.
You want luxury, but you don't want to overspend for it. Here's how to save in five popular and pricey cities without feeling deprived.
Salesforce made developers and admins the stars at TrailheaDX 2019. Microsoft, Apple, Google, and Facebook failed to do the same at their developer conferences.
Microsoft reportedly considered launching Halo: The Master Chief Collection on the PlayStation 4 a few years ago. It remains unclear if the
The filmmakers and showrunners behind these projects expressed in no small terms that the process of getting queer sex onscreen hasn't gott
Another day, another Target checkout outage. Many took to social media to complain that checkouts at the retail giant went down for a secon
American Airlines, the world’s largest airline by fleet size and passenger traffic, has finished rolling out satellite-based broadban
The Nintendo 3DS was missing at E3 2019, but it appears that support for the console will continue. No first-party games are planned for th
SailGP team members Dan Morris, Rome Kirby and Mac Agnese separate sailing fact from fiction.
The initial release of the Final Fantasy VII Remake on March 3, 2020 will feature the part of the adventure that takes place in Midgar. Squ
A computer science student has scraped seven million Venmo transactions to prove that users’ public activity can still be easily obta
What began fifty years ago as a beginners’ dance class in Illinois is now a multimillion-dollar company that operates in twenty-five coun
The Green New Deal has become one of the buzziest bills on the hill since... well, maybe the New Deal. But what exactly would the plan put
The rumored two new Nintendo Switch models have already reportedly entered production. Some of the components were moved out of China and i
Causes of explosions in California and Norway are still under investigation.
Studies that deliberately infect people with diseases are on the rise. They promise speedier vaccine development, but there's a need to sho
A challenge for atmospheric scientists is gathering enough data to understand the complex, planet-wide weather system. Now a scientist has
Israel-based forensics firm Cellebrite claimed that its UFED Premium service can unlock any iPhone. The device will be sold as an on-premis
The Very Large Telescope is growing even bigger. The latest addition to the telescope's suite of instruments is a tool called NEAR (Near Ea
Genes play a role in taste perception. But there's a lot more to the story.
It's all about embracing the musical safe space — and keeping that rating high.
A federal watchdog says the government should stop relying on the credit agencies to verify the identifies of those using government servic