On the front lines of the fight against ISIS in west Mosul, a photojournalist for The Times documents the toll on Iraqis who have no safe way to escape.
House Republicans voted overwhelmingly to allow internet providers collect and sell their customers' Web browsing history, location information, health data and other personal details.
We applaud the culinary evil geniuses over at "First We Feast" who realized the "revolutionary food trend" of eating bugs would be a perfect match for the boys of Papa Roach.
Upright Pro is a personal back trainer that’s easy to wear and shows results in less than two weeks. It’s also the only wearable that sticks directly to your back to give real-time posture feedback. If you stare down at a screen all day and/or struggle with back pain, this is exactly what you’ve been looking for.
YouTuber "I Want What It's Worth" traveled to New York City's fifth avenue to figure out which brand is the biggest ripoff.
On the LPGA Tour, a small band of devoted loopers live a thrilling, nomadic existence requiring perseverance, imagination and supportive families.
The world's spiders consume somewhere between 400 million and 800 million tons of prey in any given year.
Albert Okura lives and breathes the legend of Ray Kroc — he even bought the first McDonald's location — and he won't stop until his own franchise is a household name.
According to a Dutch researcher who has studied the problem for years, it would revolutionize air travel — and make it more efficient.
From portable routers to the most amazing socks you'll ever wear, these are the very best things you need to take with you on your next trip.
Even with the Republicans' failure to repeal Obamacare, the rise in Americans' use of crowdfunding sites to defray medical costs won't be slowing down anytime soon. It's not enough to be sick — are you also interesting?
Republicans filled our minds with images of a better healthcare future, but when it came to actually making the magic happen, they didn't have that much to offer.
President Trump will take the most significant step yet in obliterating his predecessor's environmental record Tuesday, instructing federal regulators to rewrite key rules curbing US carbon emissions.
Nathan Fielder, the comedian best known for his TV series "Nathan for You" on Comedy Central, opened a pop-up store in Vancouver this Sunday to promote his "outdoor apparel company that openly promotes the true story of the Holocaust."
Tesla and SpaceX founder launching Neuralink to explore technology of implanting tiny electrodes into the brain.
Today the company launched a web version of its app, called Tinder Online, which was conceived for users in developing markets who have limited storage on their phones.
The mystery isn’t just that we see methane when we shouldn’t. It’s also that, in a sense, we see too much of it.
A powerful cyclone has pummelled the north-east Australian coast, causing major damage, torrential rain and power cuts to tens of thousands of homes.
A new process creates bonds between each graphite fiber that are 20 percent stronger than those in traditional rods.
Fueled by irresponsible tabloids peddling falsehoods, knife crime in Britain is largely misunderstood.