Every day satellites are zooming through space, snapping incredible pictures of Earth, the solar system and outer space. Here are the highlights from this week.
An astrophysicist explains where you should be and how you should prepare for the Total Solar Eclipse occurring on August 21.
The culture of online civility is harming us all.
Final has found a way to protect consumers from fraud and stealth charges.
Getty Images is working to change perceptions around women in tech and men in the home with photo sets that debunk outdated stereotypes.
It's quite a majestic sight, seeing a blue whale, the largest animal in the world, flip on its side and swallow a mass of krill.
A "Free Speech Rally" and counter-protests were held in the Boston Common today, and Trump, per usual, took to Twitter to express his opinions about the event. Unfortunately for Trump, he didn't quite get the spelling right the first time. Nor the second.
Getting cocky on any sort of device that rockets you into the air doesn't tend to end well.
University of Virginia grad Joshua Adams believes that if you want to understand the recent violence there, look back at history and the school’s complicated founder.
The gated reverb drums that dominated the music of the '80s actually started with a mishap that happened during a Genesis recording session.
How the lineage of the walkie-talkie reaches from World War II to the modern cell phone.
"Acting white" can be a survival strategy, but it also comes with a lot of baggage.
Final lets you generate a unique virtual card for each merchant with the click of a button, from any device. That way if one card gets compromised, only update payment info once. Don’t waste time scrambling to remember what sites have your card on file.
To the man in the video: We know steaks are important, but "Just let him have it!" sounds like a good piece of advice to follow.
The more we embrace the romanticism of walking, the more we seem to look down on those who walk because they have to.
The path of totality cuts through some of the strictest places in the country for cannabis legalization. Activists want to get their message out.
"Whoa, you've got to have a parachute to drive this car!"
I know my mother loves me; I’m her son. But, honestly, I don’t think my mother cares about what that really means.
Scientists in Australia report that a trial of probiotics mixed with peanuts lasting four years lead to a peanut tolerance.
If you're a man and you can bench press more than 135 pounds, you're apparently above average, and if you drink less than three coffees per day, you're below.
The aftermath of the Charlottesville attack, a different, more intimate side of Washington D.C. and what's it like to grow up as a girl in the Gaza Strip.
Final is the credit card of the future. It lets you create unlimited card numbers with a tap of a button, from any device. Turn cards on/off instantly to get total control over where and when you’re charged.
"It felt like the parts of my brain that contain motivation, energy, and the ability to arrange ideas had been injected with novocaine."
Although to be fair, our reactions probably would have been similar to his.
Empty his trash. Always have hand sanitizer and gum at the ready. And don’t bother with "unnecessary conversation" — the congressman from Indiana doesn’t have time for your chitchat.
The audacity of this guy at Pamplona's annual running of the bulls is just unbelievable.
A week after the Charlottesville attack last Saturday, right-wing "free speech" demonstrators and counter-protestors are gathering on Boston Common today.
"Do not disturb me when I'm watching my shows!"
The aim here is to not rehash what you've already learned about Hitler and Nazism, but rather grant a deeper understanding how it functions as an ideology, how it spread and manifested over the years and how a dedicated few have managed to keep it at bay over the years.
Renewable subsidies are already paying for themselves.
Dust off those SAT skills, here are two number riddles to keep your mind fresh going into the weekend.
Nicholas Fuentes was about to enter his sophomore year at Boston University. Then he attended the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally.
How the world of small batch, single origin, and totally artisanal erases the people of color who made it possible
When I sat down with Iain Douglas-Hamilton at his home in Nairobi to learn how he went from deploying the first radio collars on elephants in 1968 to deploying the first GPS collars on them in 1995, he told me about an elephant named Parsitau.
The White House, already facing a growing boycott by several honorees, announced that the Trumps will not participate in this year's annual Kennedy Center Honors ceremony.
Compared to the carbon-fibre-wrapped shortboards currently championed by surf shops and ridden in high-level competition, the Wavestorm moves more like a school bus. But it is very good at catching waves. Maybe too good.
Even when life gives you rain and floods, you just gotta keep on trucking.
In the future, genetic engineers may be able to modify strength, size, explosiveness, endurance, quickness, speed, and even the determination and drive required for extensive athletic training.
Are you an NFL fan who loses your league to someone who doesn’t even watch on Sundays? This guide will help you organize your strategy the same way the experts do.
What better way to celebrate the age of Aquarius than to take off all your clothes and run through the streets of LA with Broadway's most famous face?
For years, it’s been the Holy Grail for food companies. Yet intrepid scientists haven’t stumbled upon finding a natural replacement for sugar in food. And it doesn’t appear they’re likely to find one anytime soon.
The industry has been squeezing you for years. But competition and the courts may soon provide relief.
While we're laughing at this guy, let's also appreciate the curve on that pitch.
Keeping up with the news these days has become something of a never-ending treadmill, and the last four weeks in particular have been crazy.
The appeal of decentralized publishing is that it makes it possible to create online communities that operate under all sorts of different rulesets.
If you buy yourself a luxury watch, make sure to hold onto the box, receipt and certification of authenticity. It could REALLY pay off in the long run.
Serious whiskey drinkers insist that it tastes better diluted with a little water — and, with the help of computer simulations, scientists now know why.
With intimate, exclusive performances from the likes of Chance the Rapper and Adele, the live music series has an entire industry chasing a "pivot to video." But it won’t be easy to replicate.