The soldiers who hunted Al-Qaeda are killing it at business.
One designer wants to take smartwatches back to their origins.
Lulu, the mobile dating app for women, has changed its system to allow men to opt-in. Here’s why guys shouldn’t bow to the pressure to perform online.
In an extensive interview with the Associated Press, the man Newsweek claims is the founder of Bitcoin denied he had anything to do with the digital currency.
The creature’s proclivity for strandings, and for surfacing on the open seas when sick or injured, has served as the likely inspiration for sea serpent legends the world over.
It's the same treatment, just some people have to wait for it... possibly until after they've died.
Some people claim that they have experienced out-of-body experiences — aka "astral trips" — floating outside of their bodies and watching themselves from the outside. A team of scientists found someone who says she can do this at will and put her into a brain scanner.
This quick shot by Skybox’s SkySat-1 shows multiple planes landing at Beijing Capital International Airport.
Safeway announced that it was being acquired by the private equity firm Cerberus Management in a deal worth about $9 billion, part of an industry-wide shake-up that is transforming how consumers shop for their food.
A Canadian beverage company has concocted a low-alcohol, protein-packed "fit beer" that is expected to be marketed as a sports drink.
Technology has fed our addiction to light, and might help us end it.
A mischievous Jack Russell Terrier named Betty Boops was snooping around underneath Juliette’s Audi A4 when she somehow managed to get herself stuck in the middle of the vehicle’s engine.
The culmination of a year long debate that divided both parties and represented one of the few policy debates in Congress in years.
We truly didn’t think opting out would be a big deal. Boy, were we wrong.
Hollywood is pretty mean sometimes, but damn, the industry sure outdid itself when it cut a 5-year-old’s scheduled appearance from the Oscars ceremony.
Uh... maybe they're not done styling it yet?
“A lot of people associate it with '2001: A Space Odyssey.' Others think of a hamster wheel,” artist Ward Shelley tells us, standing 25 feet above ground, perched on top of a large wooden wheel where he has been living for four days. Inside the wheel is partner artist Alex Schweder. For ten days, the artists are eating, sleeping and pissing in/on the installation they’ve constructed.
Americans don't sleep enough: according to the CDC, 35 percent of adults report they get less than the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep each night. Jawbone is launching an app that tries to solve this problem.
Faced with new regulation intended to dissuade the sort of risk-taking that helped set off the global financial crisis, many big banks are tweaking their approach to compensation.
Behind the daily scenes of anti-government protests, another power struggle is underway.
Everything old is new again, with farmers and eaters rediscovering heritage breeds of chickens. But finding and cooking one isn't as easy as heading to the local grocery store and buying a pack of chicken breast filets.
Many designers have attempted to dethrone Barbie with "healthy" alternatives, such as Feral Cheryl, an australian doll modeled after environmental protestors, complete with dreads, piercings and pubic hair.
The tiny gothic chapel at St. Roch cemetery is remarkable not just for who visits — but what they leave behind.
The Internet promised to feed our minds with knowledge. What have we learned? That our minds need more than that.
Mogees consists of a contact microphone and circuit board, which enables it to translate vibrations into sound, and it's Kickstarter just passed its goal.
Want your daughter to learn all about camping, sewing and car repair, but with a heaping helping of Jesus? You could try to find a local Girl Scout troop with an especially Bible-thumping troop leader. Or you could just skip straight to the American Heritage Girls, conservative Christianity's very own copycat.
How did North Korea become the conduit by which thousands of tons of old junk moved from the developed world into China’s bustling e-waste recycling industry?
President Obama has called Vladimir Putin “the bored kid in the back of the classroom." Hillary Clinton compared him to Hitler. And George W. Bush complained that debating policy with him was “like arguing with an eighth grader with his facts wrong." But he's not crazy.
States are considering laws to prevent private companies from continuing to mass photograph license plates.
Vine has previously taken steps to hide pornographic and sexually explicit videos shared by its users, but today it's outright banning the content.
What if Nietzsche were a police officer in present-day New Orleans? More than any of his specific ideas, this is the question "True Detective" explores through Rust.
Sometimes we have to distract ourselves to be fully honest, and in that way this video is like a played-straight version of "You Suck At Photoshop."
Two-hundred thousand people applied to participate in a project called Mars One. It’s a private enterprise to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars and film a reality show along the way. The thing is, right now the technology can only get them there.
Thousands of college courses on dying and mortality are being held nationwide—and teaching lessons about life.