Berlin’s coolest creative director/art dealer/trendsetter talks about the real life behind her glamorous lifestyle.
Republicans have made approving Keystone their top priority of the new Congress after winning control of the Senate in November. But they are several votes shy of the 67 needed in the 100-member chamber to override any veto.
Yes, I have a “problem,” but it’s not the one all of you seem to think it is.
Harry's razors are a total steel. Get it? Of course you do, you're smart. Which is exactly why you should be buying their razors.
A Colorado man accused of operating a "revenge porn" website has settled with federal regulators who said he broke the law by posting nude pictures of women without their consent or knowledge.
A record 125 people were exonerated of crimes in 2014. Here are 6 of their stories.
Maybe you haven't noticed, but just about every scene in every blockbuster movie has the same color scheme.
I saw absolute masterpieces of animal portraiture at Niaux, among the greatest paintings I've ever viewed.
Milk is powerful.
The U.S. Air Force said on Wednesday it would use Boeing commercial 747-8 airliner to replace its current fleet of two Air Force One presidential aircraft, one of the most visible symbols of the United States.
The thing about life without object permanence is that every passing moment is a new surprise.
Wonder who it's from? Us! And it's an email filled with the best of Digg.
It's becoming clear that the humble LAN party is becoming an outdated concept in the modern world of gaming.
Why does high fashion go over the moon for the stars?
Twenty-five people were killed in a bomb attack on military buildings in the capital of Egypt's restive North Sinai province on Thursday, while an army major was shot dead at a checkpoint in Rafah near the Gaza Strip, medical and security sources said.
The broad laws Obama has proposed would not simply target shadowy foreign hackers. American bloggers and media companies would also be subject to felony cybercrime charges for disseminating hacked material. The statute would apply to normal Internet users too.
AirAsia Flight 8501 climbed to an unauthorized altitude fast and steep before the aircraft fell into the ocean, Indonesian investigators said in their first description of the last moments of the ill-fated plane.
The phrase "legacy of racism" encapsulates in a few words a large reality. Given the pervasiveness of racism in the past, the struggle to understand this legacy and figure out how to overcome it remains a political and institutional imperative.
The FCC today voted to change the definition of broadband Internet in the United States. This change, passed by FCC commissioners by a 3-2 vote, raises the minimum download speeds for broadband from 4 Mbps to 25 Mbps and minimum upload speeds from 1 Mbps to 3 Mbps.
Could China be bringing Tibetan Buddhism in from the cold? There are new signs that while a crackdown on Tibetan nationalism continues, the atheist state may be softening its position towards the religion — and even the Dalai Lama.
The company’s finally using one of the oldest tools in the supermarket toolbox, which co-founder and co-CEO John Mackey resisted for years: a loyalty program.
Reddit, the hugely popular Internet message board, released its first transparency report Thursday afternoon, giving its 174 million regular visitors a closer look into how often outside agencies request user information.
There’s this video, which at least a dozen people have forwarded to me, is circulating the Internet at the moment purporting to “demolish every Hollywood myth” about archery and “prove that Hollywood archery is not historical.” Since apparently hundreds of sites have uncritically repeated its many preposterous and unsupportable claims, with the result that many people have asked me about it, I thought I should offer a detailed analysis.
There's something comforting about watching someone as big as 'Ye just dadding out.
Portrayals of the Iraq War look a little different from Iraq.
Photography has never made as much sense to us as after watching how the damn things actually work.
Major League Soccer says it will keep running its MLS Live service, which lets subscribers watch games streamed over the Web. That means that ESPN, which had talked about selling a digital package of games itself this year, won’t be doing that.
Police confirm that a small airplane landed on a highway in New Jersey Thursday afternoon.
"Some said inviting a sentient tank to play tennis would ruin the sport."
Hacker's List offers a window into the dark side of tech.
A gas tank truck explosion collapsed large parts of a Mexico City maternity and children's hospital today, leaving at least 7 dead, dozens injured and others believed trapped.
America’s partisan divisions are so familiar it sometimes seems the fight never changes. But on the federal budget, the battlefield has been transformed.
We all take for granted the right to use certain pieces of our cultural heritage, like the Bible. And we’re able to freely use these products because property rights for information — such as patents and copyrights — are constitutionally required to exist for a only limited amount of time.
See you both in sküle.
"Doesn't the bear have sex, or something?" Our coworker asks. Yes, the bear has sex. Hijinks ensue.
The real story behind the 2014 outbreak isn't on the West Coast. It's in Ohio Amish country, where a missionary returning from the Philippines turned an otherwise unremarkable year for this virus into one of the worst in recent history.
See if you can guess which animals these skeletons belong to. Hint: None of them are people you know.
The Unreal 4 engine is incredibly powerful, as demonstrated by Benoît Dereau.
As Google abandons its past, Internet archivists step in to save our collective memory.
What neuroscience is learning from code-breakers and thieves.
In a lawsuit, Flextronics alleges that "Jawbone's financial condition is perilous and currently insufficient to pay its debts."
If you don't already know Jeff Rosenstock from his tenure with Bomb the Music Industry, listen to this, then go back and do some homework. It's all free anyway.
The Senate’s findings make clear the DoJ never really understood the torture program.
With statehood, New York City would take its place on the United States flag as the 51st star. But what would be the consequences?
As it turns out, a television studio is nowhere near the height of the Superdome.
Instead of doing the typical (Hey, here are the 30 best Super Bowl plays of all time!), we thought we would dip into the players' pasts and see what they spent the second (probably third or forth actually) most time doing in college. Here is the college major of every player in Super Bowl XLIX.
Jemaine Clement tells Billboard he's looking to return to music following his Sundance film "People, Places, Things."
Five seconds of looped video were all it took to make Dan Bilzerian an icon.
My mother and father have long made it clear what their wishes are for when their times come — except for when it comes to their online footprints.
"The Daily Show" has done some weird stuff over the years, but a comedian yelling at Jon's balls is somewhere near the top of the list.
Silicon Valley is still the kind of place where investors can tweak women who ask them for financing with barbs like, "I don’t like the way women think. They haven’t mastered linear thinking."
New research has connected food costs and the retail mix to the surge in U.S. obesity rates.
The development and expansion of vending machines doesn't exist in a vacuum. There's a history of "unmanned sellers" in Japan. They're vending machines minus the machine.
Federal regulators are cracking down on mobile service providers that advertise “unlimited” data plans only to reduce the speed of data transmission if customers reach a certain limit on their data use.
How an experiment high above Antarctica — Spider — sheds new light on the cosmic microwave background.
News of a "Beauty and the Beast" remake indicates that the corporation is less and less worried about approving unoriginal products as long as they're guaranteed moneymakers.
The 33 million extra men pose serious social risks, but some just see a matchmaking bonanza.
From mythological tales to the exploration of Mars, humans have hunted the heavens for the answers to life. Yet never before has there been an attempt quite as bold as the Hayabusa2 mission.
When the Soviet army liberated the Auschwitz death camp 70 years ago many of the prisoners had been killed or marched away by the retreating Nazis. But among those left were some twin children — the subject of disturbing experiments by Dr. Josef Mengele.
Larry, we've never watched you, or known you as closely as your viewers have — but we already miss you.
A new study finds quantitative evidence of love — something very few economic studies have ever claimed.