Despite the fact that this election looks like it might be one of the most unique ones in history, polling numbers are starting to resemble those of Obama and Romney. Does it really matter who's running?
We don't know how someone decided "hey, these close-up clips of mold growing are similar to GoT's growing cities," but they were correct.
How a fight against social progress in the US military collapsed in on itself.
Your people, your knowledge, your culture – in one destination. It’s where you log on in the morning and where you spend your day. Plus, it's dead simple to use.
The NBA did upgrade the punishment from a Flagrant 1 foul to a Flagrant 2 foul and fined Green. But he will suit up to play for game 4, despite the fact that he blatantly kicked an opposing player in the groin.
Over a decade after Grey’s Anatomy premiered on ABC, and Shonda Rhimes’s iron grip on her TV empire is stronger than ever. Next up: movies.
Like any good meme, happy Chewbacca woman, Candace Payne, has taken under the musical wings of the Gregory Brothers — and it's damn catchy.
From hand-cranked contraptions to Hoover, how the indispensable modern cleanup gadget came to be.
Basically, he and his partners changed everything.
The Kardashian matriarch is lending her name to a gilded business school — but New York state claims it’s just the latest rebrand of a troubled European institution.
Sarma Melngailis had it all: an Ivy League degree, model looks and a hot vegan restaurant, Pure Food and Wine in Gramercy. Now, she’s got a mug shot, a $350,000 bail and husband Anthony Strangis: an alleged gambling addict with a criminal past and an 11-year-old child he hasn’t seen in over a decade.
Hydraulic press went mano a mano against a formidable stack of 100 CDs. The stack put up a valiant fight before a violent "disk fragmentation" caused the CDs to shatter every which way.
Subaru's decision in the mid-1990s to launch an ad campaign focused on lesbian customers was such an unusual decision — and such a success — that it pushed gay and lesbian advertising from the fringes to the mainstream.
With about 40 million Americans on the hook for some enormous loans, one question naturally arises: What would happen if we didn’t pay them back?
He can only forgive her because she is friends with his mother.
The shortest distance from Cuba to the United States is about 90 miles across the Florida Strait. By the standards of human-powered sea travel, it’s extremely doable.
When your dog looks in the mirror, what does he see? A playmate, maybe. An adversary, sometimes. But could he possibly recognize himself? For that matter — does a dog have a sense of “self”?
The Herndon Monument Climb is an epic, annual tradition for Naval Academy first-years (plebes), who must climb up an obelisk covered in over 200 pounds of melting lard to retrieve a white plebe "dixie cup" hat from atop and replace it with an upperclassmen's hat.
University of Bologna researchers have found that teen boys experiencing growth spurts are unable to walk straight. Broadly asks them why science proves that teen boys really are awkward as you remember.
There’s software used across the country to predict future criminals. And it’s biased against blacks.
The door from a neighboring baby changing station blocked her stall. She can't go under and she can't squeeze through. So, uh, now what?
How a strange face in a random 19th-century newspaper ad became a portal to a forgotten moment in ASCII art history.
You might remember 3nder, the oddly-named dating app for finding your very own three-person sexy time party. Well it seems that Tinder, a dating app with a similar name, is threatening to sue the company behind the app.
Beloved by many, "Calvin & Hobbes" is true art in a comic strip. And that's largely because creator Bill Watterson turned down licensing deals and did everything relating to the strip himself.
The grittier Hollywood gets, the more we need uncynical action films like National Treasure
Sorry, Mr. Shark. You seem great and all but we are just really going to need more space right now.
Raw pork may still be a restaurant rarity, but increasing numbers of chefs are starting to serve their pork cooked to medium-rare. Then again, many of them acknowledge that even faintly pink pork seems to freak the hell out of their diners. The question is, should it?
Swarms of insects breeding in a polluted river near the Taj Mahal are threatening the intricate marble inlay work at the 17th century monument to love by leaving green and black patches of waste on its walls, archaeological experts said Monday.
When everyone is at school or moved out, a group text can bring back those familiar dinnertime chats from your youth.
Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams on Monday acquitted Officer Edward Nero of all counts for his role in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray.
The first step is to protect your face, at all costs. Then pretend every punch hurts really badly, but never drop to the ground.
Landing a double backflip is hard enough. Landing one without your skis still attached? Good luck.
Just how normal has weed really become in America? Normal enough to bring your mother to a marijuana convention? What if your mother is a 68-year-old Hasidic woman?
The most important musical form of the 20th century will be nearly forgotten one day. People will probably learn about the genre through one figure — so who might that be?
Want to live forever? Science hasn't quite cracked that one yet, but a group of Harvard researchers has figured out how to give you the best possible shot.
When nearly every other aspect of the gig economy has been quantified, why are we left clueless when it comes to the issue of Uber’s environmental impact?
There are plenty of biological phenomenon that seemingly serve no purpose, so why are we so skeptical of the female orgasm?
Finding more 'invisible' dwarf galaxies could help astronomers solve one of the biggest questions: what is the Universe made of?
CannaKorp's new product looks a lot more like a coffee machine than it does a vaporizer. But what comes out isn't going to perk you up, it'll get you high.