But will businesses make the choice to try and save it?
Melioidosis is a bacterial infection that quietly causes thousands of deaths each year. Meet the doctor who made it his mission to make the world take notice.
And just like that, the astronaut had disappeared.
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This encounter could have ended badly, but instead it ended adorably.
About 60 years ago, at the height of the Cold War, the US designed a network of top-secret mobile nuclear launch sites buried in the Greenland ice sheet to prepare for possible war with the Soviet Union.
All you need is a comb and a toothpick.
The state of Missouri did everything it could to keep secret where it got the drugs it used to put 17 inmates to death. Now, BuzzFeed News has discovered the supplier is a pharmacy repeatedly found to engage in hazardous practices that could put patients — and convicts — at risk.
I almost died after giving birth to my daughter, Olympia. Yet I consider myself fortunate.
You didn't need to be a vocal coach to know Fergie's anthem was weird and not good, but it's interesting to get a pro's perspective on what, technically, was so off about it.
Critics say the search giant is squelching competition before it begins. Should the government step in?
The best biopics refrain from constantly announcing that their subjects are extraordinary people making world-changing decision; "The Post" never lets you forget it.
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Elizabeth Swaney is representing Hungary in women's freestyle pipe skiing. Here's her run, which features roughly zero tricks.
The idea that millennials could ever usher in a return to premodern sexual norms, or even come close, is ludicrous.
We don't *think* Bono was singing about Mannheim, Germany in "Where The Streets Have No Name," but anything is possible.
He may be "very zen" at the moment, but he's still got plenty to say about everything — including an infamous 2002 bar brawl and, of course, his brother Noel.
When a YA novel was criticized for racism prior to publication, the author attempted something radical — she pushed its release date and rewrote it.
The juxtaposition of the massive plume of ash rising from the volcano and the chill people strolling around in front of the camera is a bit weird.
Twitter faces more challenges than most technology companies: ISIS terrorists, trolls, bots, and Donald Trump. But its last line of defense, the company's head of trust and safety, Del Harvey, isn't making things easier.
Geographers have an affinity for superlatives. If something can claim to be the biggest, tallest, deepest, longest or otherwise most extreme, it gets a lot of attention. But sometimes, it can be hard to discern the honest truth. What if this is merely a very crowded island, and not the most crowded island?
Seasonal allergy season is nigh. Before you succumb to a perpetual foggy head and runny nose, get this air purifier from Conway. It’s the most effective, quiet and energy-efficient one on Amazon.
A good way to lose driving privileges in the convertible is to confuse the gas pedal and the brake.
In 1970, the editors of "OZ Magazine" handed over the reins to a group of teens. Not long after, the police showed up.
Just when you think YouTuber Davie504 has shredded every weird looking guitar in the world, here comes this very, very short-scale bass.
On February 11th, Jae Kaplan went to Disneyland and rode every open ride, attended every meet-and-greet and saw every show. To pull off this feat, she had to treat the park like a video game.
In the quiet of the mountains, you can really hear every regret you've ever had loud and clear.
Basically, you will never escape your childhood demons — the best you can hope for is to make friends with them.
The Iranian spider-tailed horned viper is, unfortunately, exactly what it sounds like: a viper with a growth on its tail that look like a spider, which it uses to bait birds.
Before #BlackPantherWeek, there was Coming to America, "Remember the Time," and Queen Bey.
"Cancer was a piece of cake," Virginia Harrod says. "It was the lymphedema that almost killed me."
For years, he used his beauty pageants to boost business interests abroad. A 2013 contest, in Moscow, may also have helped give him the Presidency.
"I can't do portraits of people that I'm not connected to. I think there's something about doing people that I know intimately, that puts something in the portrait that I can't put into words."
The new Center for Humane Technology aims to lead the fight against society’s obsession with the Web, apps and social media — but it may just add to the confusion.
"Last Week Tonight" has been off for the last few weeks, but John Oliver still has a lot to say about the whole "shithole countries" thing. And if one Brit's vitriol is any indication, so does the rest of the world.
And his story is downright bonkers.
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An Alphabet subsidiary is planning to build a futuristic neighborhood, not out of concrete and steel, but wood.
The New York Times looked at homelessness step by step through the eyes of several families, over the final months of last year.
This short about furniture and masculinity is oddly calming. Maybe it's the clever writing. Maybe it's the soft sound of the surf in the background. Maybe it's that comfortable-looking chair. We're not sure. But we like it.
"The chicken crossed the road, just not to our restaurants," KFC's United Kingdom and Ireland outfit said on Twitter.
Ben Bennight is a bail bondsman and perhaps the first person to identify that the Douglas High School shooter could have been a threat. Before and after the shooting, Bennight had been in contact with the FBI, and he's chronicled the entire ordeal on his YouTube channel.
Allow this video to serve a reminder that you've probably done a few things you could stand to say sorry for.
"When I finally puked on the fourth night, I felt an odd sense of pride."
America's first black millionaires were born into slavery — and built wealth alongside political power.
With new evidence that Clarence Thomas lied to get onto the Supreme Court, it's time to talk seriously about impeachment.
For the money, you're not going to find better image quality, battery life or user experience than this DSLR.
But seriously, we're confused. How is the car doing this?
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