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Google Maps is removing a feature that told you how many "mini cupcakes" you'd burn if you walked.
A self-help organization in Albany called Nxivm has begun to unravel as members reveal disturbing practices and fears of blackmail.
Trump's favorite show is now five hours long and starts at 4 AM. I watched all of it for three days and it was INTENSE.
A driver, a transportation official, and a transit advocate explain why Seattle recently saw one of the biggest citywide increases in passenger numbers.
More than 2 years ago, Megabots captured the internet's attention when they introduced their giant fighting robot and challenged Kuratas, a giant fighting robot from Japan, to a duel. Now, the fight is actually happening.
Why do we need it, and are we getting enough?
With an isolated leader, a demoralized diplomatic corps and a president dismantling international relations one tweet at a time, American foreign policy is adrift in the world.
Truly, who could have foreseen how this would go wrong?
I thought I’d come out the other side being able to answer questions like "is this the future?" Take my advice: do not do what I did.
The story of Isadore Greenbaum, who faced down 22,000 Nazi sympathizers in Madison Square Garden.
LeBron James has been basketball's best player for the better part of 14 years. But it's his work off the court—in business, in movies, and increasingly in politics—that will define the depth of his greatness.
Having the opportunity to design a smartphone that will go straight to market in under two years sounds like a daydream you'd have during an endless design school critique. For 27-year-old Linda Jiang, it's just reality.
If he wins, Camilo Casas will instead give up his vote to Parti.Vote, a "liquid democracy" app he built to change how government functions.
These famous actresses want you to know that sexual harassement and abuse aren't just a Harvey Weinstein problem. They're horrifyingly widespread in Hollywood.
At some point between your third coffee and thinking about lunch, an online miracle happened. A bull escaped in Brooklyn and began running free inside of an fenced-in soccer field. We couldn't help but watch.
I was ashamed of my behavior for years. Now I know I'm normal.
Every so often, companies come along with a bold proclamation: The smartphone was designed wrong. Usually such proclamations come from some dude with a Kickstarter, or as a Hail Mary from a flailing company. But now ZTE — the world's fourth-largest phone maker — has something.
We know it's not nice, but we can't help but laugh at this poor kid endlessly tripping in sheer panic over losing what looks like dozens of loose papers to a strong gust of wind.
Hiroshi Ishiguro builds androids. Beautiful, realistic, uncannily convincing human replicas. Academically, he is using them to understand the mechanics of person-to-person interaction. But his true quest is to untangle the ineffable nature of connection itself.
"Hold on," I said. "If a single piece of dusts lays the whole computer out, don't you think that's kind of a problem?"
The renowned author discusses family history, Donald Trump, and her beautiful new memoir.
You've heard of OxyContin, the pain medication to which countless patients have become addicted. But do you know that the company that makes Oxy and reaps the billions of dollars in profits it generates is owned by one family?
Giant groupers get big. How big? They can still get a fair bit larger than this one.
All the Trump news you need to read today.
Listen, we're still impressed by the design that made pull out sofa beds possible. Which makes this, well — this is a masterpiece.
Officer Shelby Riggs-Hopkins had noticed some crystals on the floorboard of 64-year-old Daniel Rushing's car. When officers used a field testing kit, the white substance tested positive for methamphetamine.
Amid a historic spike in US traffic fatalities, federal data on the danger of distracted driving are getting worse.
The Copenhagen Zoo just welcomed its second baby white rhinoceros in 35 years. The mother, Minna, carried the newborn for 521 days.
There's a special place in our hearts for machines that don't really do anything, but do nothing really well. This wire machine, which balances, throws and catches a ball, is a perfect example.
This three year VPN Unlimited subscription protects both your Wi-Fi and cellular connections, secures your online activity, and bypasses web content restrictions.
There are plenty of heartwarming hearing implant videos on the internet, but this one is particularly magical.
He was in his truck. I walked up and said, "Good afternoon. I'm a reporter and I would like to interview you."
The eccentric John the Baptist wore a camel hair frock with a leather belt, and Jesus told followers not to care about their clothing. Yet what the clergy wear has been a topic of interest for the church and the laity for centuries.
Don't knock it just because the award's from TripAdvisor.
Google's second generation of in-house designed phones has a lot of interesting competition out there. Do the Pixel 2 and 2XL stack up against the iPhones and Galaxy phones of the world? Here's what reviews say.
Whatever it turns out to be (if it turns out to be anything), the Scaramucci Post is off to a rough start, thanks to a hugely offensive Twitter poll it posted this morning.
Why did Casper sue a mattress blogger? A closer look reveals a secret, multimillion-dollar battle to get you into bed.
Come on dude, you only needed to take, like, 5 more steps.
Perhaps out of a desire to face justice — or a misunderstanding of the power of social media — Michael Zaydel (aka Champagne Torino) issued a challenge to a Michigan police department: Get 1000 shares on their next post, and he would turn himself in.
If you don't fit into your jeans, that's whatever. If you don't you don't fit into your winter coat? You've got a problem...
How a seemingly innocuous phrase became a metonym for the skewed sexual politics of show business.
Just how much of the world is at potential risk?
You know data-driven marketing is important, but do you know how to actually act on the metrics? This playbook from Sysomos tells you the must-know steps and strategies for harnessing data and creating effective social media marketing. Plus, it’s totally free to download.
When we first came across this video, we assumed it had to be fake. One long Google session later, we've learned that domesticated ravens can mimic human voices better than some parrots. So, the jury is out and our minds are blown.
This robot vacuum outperforms other higher-priced models in tests. You can schedule it to clean when you're not home, and it will return to its dock to charge after cleaning. Technology is neat.
If you still actually write things on paper, you know a good pen is hard to find. We found a great one.
A 91-yard run featuring a player jumping over a standing defender? Yes, please.
Women continue to come forward with accusations against Harvey Weinstein.
We all know how inertia works, but it's always cool to find a nifty new way to visualize the effect.