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From its shady financing to its spectacular design, 666 Fifth Avenue is an apt symbol of the Trumpian moment.
We worry about machines going rogue. What if they went green instead?
Even lifehacks can be too much effort for some people.
In just 30 hours, a superfit reality TV producer went from the top of his game to the precipice of death. What happened next would teach him everything about grace, resolve, and the power of love.
Kushner to helm White House Office of American Innovation, an ideas factory and clearinghouse for business executives.
NeuroLife is a technology that could help people with paralysis bypass their injuries and reanimate their limbs.
Here's a complete rundown of every "Power Rangers" series in the franchise's 25-year history, from a superfan and someone who vaguely remembers yelling "Triceratops" as a kid.
An inventor at Brandeis University appears to have solved one of life's greatest problems — that oh-so-pesky drop of wine that always tries to escape down the side of your bottle.
From Amazon to Apple, from Starbucks to upscale hotel chains, brands are making claims not just about what people should buy, but about what people should be.
The world has, in many ways, become exponentially weirder and more unpredictable in the age of Trump. And this core set of derangements demand more imaginative and radical modes of thinking.
"Contemporary evolution" is also happening at a scale that is easily observable in a human lifetime, and some of those changes are actually driven by humans.
We all want to believe that the future is filled with amazing technology, the end of disease, interplanetary travel, and a thriving environment. But the good folks at Bozena Security Systems know that the future is made of armored plating and riot gear.
Let's just say Luke Maye has a really good reason to be celebrating with the Tar Heels tonight.
For the 100th anniversary of the "De Stijl" art movement, a handful of Dutch buildings have been decked out to imitate Mondrian's "Composition" series.
Sean Hannity probably thought he'd be able to continually needle and interrupt Koppel and then have Koppel water down any criticisms he has. Koppel did not play along.
Most parents worry over how to answer the big questions, from the birds and the bees to why bad things happen, to even curiosity about death. What worried me more was how to tell my children exactly what I do.
For decades, people living next to the neoprene plant in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana, have felt they suffered more than their share of illnesses. And sure enough, they had.
Good fences might make good neighbors, but a serious Secret Service presence isn’t doing Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner any favors when it comes to their new DC neighborhood.
Commissioned by the Public Art Fund, “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors,” an ambitious work about divisive politics and borders, opens on Oct. 12.
It’s an obscure case that hasn’t received a ton of attention as it has made its way to the Supreme Court but the final verdict could set off a cascade of consequences in the world of consumer products.
The story of a mysterious Florida musician, fake identities and the record-breaking sale of a rare album that might not actually exist.
"United shall have the right to refuse passengers who are not properly clothed," the airline tweeted after a passenger claimed three girls were told they could not board the flight.
It’s the nightmare of many who set foot in an art museum: You trip, lose your balance, and fall right into a priceless work of art. What happens next?
If nutritional values basically don’t change as the banana ripens, why is the banana considered ripe and ready to eat when it’s bright yellow and freckled?
"It's almost become as ubiquitous as Kleenex or Xerox. When you say 'Suicide Girl,' you know what type of girl you're talking about."
Two guys recently stopped by a city council meeting after a surf session in San Clemente, California, asking for a huge statue of the late "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker to be erected as a “beacon of headlights that can guide us down a dusty road.”
Most teenage bands only last so long — few survive more than a year or two. That said, even fewer have Danny Carey of TOOL sit in and play during their last set.
Thousands of Russians protested endemic corruption in the Russian government on Sunday, defying thinly-veiled threats issued by the Kremlin that it would “bear no responsibility for any possible negative consequences” for demonstrators.
Chris Wallace pressed Reince Priebus over Trump's baseless claim that Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential campaign.
In the future, everyone carries a gun. They have to. It's the law.
If you're not aware of just how wheelchair inaccessible New York City is, watching the lengths Anner goes to in order to secure a kitschy bagel for this Cerebral Palsy Foundation video should be eye-opening.
"Not much happens in the place of my birth, Turner, Maine, unless you count its annual snowmobile race."
“How did it start out, having a word for water?”
The opioid crisis is often seen as a scourge of white rural areas and the Rust Belt, but among blacks and Latinos in the Bronx it has been a constant presence.
You don't need some expensive motorboat to get out there and ride the waves, just get yourself an expensive horse instead.
Can you imagine if Stephen Hawking sounded like Liam Neeson? Or like Rebel Wilson? Gordon Ramsay? Well, Stephen can't.
"Nonparents are pariahs. The stereotypes aren't kind. Women are careerist and cold. Men are feckless and immature. Both are traitors to their nature."
How one puzzling boss fight ended poorly for a young space marine, and how more games should aspire to true hopelessness.
As part of Google’s ever-confusing plethora of apps, Gchat was a service that managed to take hold because of its convenience and the fact that it was built into Gmail. Now, the service is scheduled to hit the chopping block. But don’t panic.
Skeptics of the program point to cultural differences between British and Chinese schools. Some say that students in the UK are unused to the rigor and long classroom hours experienced by Chinese students.
Big Bang Bar's creation is a story of pinball's near death, of one man's attempt to become a piece of pinball history, of bankruptcy, of obsession, of short-lived redemption and personal disaster.
The bulky "Mobile Assistant," which you would wear over your body and face, was meant to edge out laptops, but, perhaps unsurprisingly, they never caught on.
How a site for coders dominates Google and thus, the world.
After Trump's budget called for ending public arts funding and hiking military spending, Cold War-era episodes about stripping public arts funding went live on YouTube.
Teaching computers to read was one of the 20th century’s great challenges. At first, the secret to optical character recognition was purpose-built type.
Ace Marks makes Italian-leather statement shoes that are handcrafted, hand dyed, and hand burnished in-house by 4th generation Italian artisans. Their new 2017 collection is bold, fresh and just went live on Kickstarter so check them out.
With minimal elbow grease and coding knowledge, this Arduino set-up creates mesmerizing images in long exposure.
"Strange Beasts" allows you to create, customize and grow your own creatures... but what happens when the technology becomes too real?
This secure, soft-sided, semi-collapsible bag is perfectly sized for carry-on travel and features puncture resistant ToughZip™ technology and lockable zipper pullers to prevent thieves from sneaking their way in.