The billionaire’s top henchman has come under fire for hurling outrageous comments and threats at a reporter. Here’s why everyone in Trump’s entourage is so ridiculous.
Walter Palmer, who allegedly shot and killed Zimbabwe’s most famous lion had a history of shooting big game outside of legal hunting zones.
There is definitive proof, for anyone willing to look, that Greece is not solely or even primarily responsible for its own financial crisis.
Working at a company that uses Slack is usually more fun than working at one that doesn’t. Oh and by the way, here are some companies that use Slack and happen to be hiring.
Michael Bay has done it — whatever "it" means to you — again.
How did two kids from Omaha, Nebraska, reach the top of the iTunes charts? The answer, inevitably, is via social media. The band has 14 million followers across its many accounts — including Vine, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook — and they’ve harnessed that popularity online to sell more than a million songs leading up to last week’s release.
Nearly a year in, Hacker's List maintains good intentions. Its users on the other hand...
Hidden away in the hills of rural Butler Pennsylvania, Iron Mountain houses some of America's most amazing, priceless treasures.
The Wild West days of the web are over.
On the road, down the bottle and across the border with Boston’s greatest competitive bagpipe band.
If Clickhole was a shot at Buzzfeed and its many copycats, which originally-Canadian, documentary-focused media company do you think this could be poking fun at?
For everyone who is looking for a reason to keep creeping.
Intel and Micron announce the all-new 3D XPoint storage technology that promises to be a thousand time faster than existing NAND Flash memory.
One of the main criticisms leveled by Republicans and CIA supporters about the Senate Intelligence Committee's landmark five-year study into the CIA's torture program has been the cost to taxpayers: $40 million.
HBO's "Real Sports" takes a look at the domestic violence crisis in MMA as Christy Mack breaks her silence about the alleged abuse she suffered at the hands of War Machine.
The inside story of a golden child, the killers she hired, and the parents she wanted dead.
The video app is no longer all about sharing. "It’s more like the entertainment industry," Jason Mante, Vine’s head of UX, tells Fast Company.
Fewer Inuit youth than ever are learning how to become hunters in Greenland. What does it mean for their culture?
An imaginary friend is forced to consider retirement when his creator – and best friend – starts to grow up.
Perhaps no other audible device is so uniformly detested — and with good reason. Audible alarms are not only incredibly annoying, but almost entirely useless: they do not reduce crime or deter thieves, and they produce an overall net negative impact on society. Why the hell do they still exist?
Myanmar's healthcare system must find a way to overcome decades of neglect, ethnic tensions and the rising threat of drug-resistant infections.
He was once a serious contender for the White House. Now, his campaign is fighting over what went wrong.
The Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program is developing lasers that create a screaming ball of plasma on their target.
Knowing your history is a great motivator to maintain and champion continuing diligence — because one person sickened by careless meat processing is too many. Here, then, is a rundown of the most significant E. coli outbreaks in America.
A Renaissance painting reveals how breeding changed watermelons.
How a radical epilepsy treatment in the early 20th century paved the way for modern-day understandings of perception, consciousness, and the self.
What's happening here? Does she not know how to ride a bike? Okay, why is she in Victorian era times? Oh wait, is that dubstep? This is all too much for our mortal minds.
How an art historian became Ted Cruz’s foreign policy guru.
Spotting the term "natural flavors" on the nutritional label of your favorite snack food might be comforting to some. But what’s really in a name?
We poke fun at the 'dad bod', but is it a real phenomenon among fathers?
Three military lawyers are dead.
At the end of the prank, you have snacks. Everyone wins!
Hopes & Fears look at the availability of legal gun stores and firearms dealers in various cities around the world, and consider the firearms economy’s relationship to gun laws and policies, safety and crime statistics, illegal trading, and community activism.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has upheld the four-game suspension imposed on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's role in deflating game footballs.
New archaeological research hints at a new reason for Vikings’ Greenland occupation.
When "move your car or I'll move it for you" is more than just an idle threat.
Right now there are 280 1000 series railcars that run on every line of the Metro system.
Strong El Niño events have a history of bringing drenching rain to the West Coast during the winter months, and we could see that play out this year. However, don’t get too wrapped-up in the hype — it’s going to take more than one rainy stretch to ease the damage done by the lasting drought.
A mammoth is defrosted into an unrecognizable future, and is forced to become something it's not.
Jewelbots are bracelets with programmable plastic flowers made for middle-school girls. They’re also the most interesting wearable I’ve seen this year.
“There's always money in the banana stand!” his character on Arrested Development loved to say. And Jeffrey Tambor has always known there's money — and laughs — in playing second banana. Now, after decades of being the guy who stole scenes but rarely starred in them, Tambor is finally getting his leading-man moment. All he had to do was become a woman.
David Willis and Matt Mallero's surreal cult cartoon, "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," concludes its 11th and final season on Cartoon Network this week. It's about a milkshake, a floating bag of french fries and a wad of meat who live together and have adventures. David and Matt's list is as absurd as their show.
The Camerica Freedom Stick is a totally real product from the early days of video games that claimed to work with pretty much every system of the time. Most vintage game gear is coveted, but these are selling on eBay for between $12 and $35. Safe to say they probably sucked, but this commercial is a true gem.
Ads that adapt to users reactions could represent the future for engagement with out-of-home campaigns.
CTO Megan Smith and her deputy Alex Macgillivray are seizing the tech moment. Here’s their plan to raise America’s technology quotient.
Last year's crash of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo was caused by a premature repositioning of the vehicle's tail wings, an investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board found.
No matter what you think of him as a person, Tom Cruise is still an incredible showman. See? He's upstaging you right now and you don't even know it.
Duck is good. Burgers are good. So why not try a patty made from ground duck breast and topped with duck confit?
More than 167,000 people signed the petition, which surpassed the 100,000 signatures that the White House’s “We the People” website said would garner a guaranteed response on June 24, 2013.
From spotting galaxies millions of light years away to perceiving invisible colors, here's why your eyes can do incredible things.
How a little known agency mishandled several billion dollars of stimulus money trying to expand broadband coverage to rural communities.
This is what happens when a bizarre cult comes to town... and then buys most of the town.
A plot line in the most recent season of "Orange Is The New Black" says you can serve time for selling fake drugs. Can you really?
The good news is that Chipotle’s guacamole is going to be fine. The bad news is you might not want to eat any Mexican cilantro for a while.
Channeling his inner cartoon character, Jon breaks down Mike Huckabee's recent, inflammatory and bizarre comments about the IRS, Israel and transgender issues.
Former New York prison employee Joyce Mitchell pleaded guilty today to helping two convicted murderers escape from a maximum security prison last month. Mitchell, who worked in the tailor shop at Clinton Correctional Facility, was jailed shortly after Richard Matt and David Sweat escaped on June 6.
Just how do machines learn? Click and scroll.
Cunnilingus — a deeply mythologized, but rarely taught facet of straight sexual life in the West. It's one of those things that guys are expected to do by their bros and bro-ettes, but are probably too shy to reveal their questions, embarrassments and philosophies on.
For 110 days and across two seas and three oceans, crews stalked a fugitive fishing ship considered the world’s most notorious poacher.
Astronauts on the International Space Station dissolved an effervescent tablet in a floating ball of water, and captured images using a camera capable of recording four times the resolution of normal high-definition cameras. This footage is one of the first of its kind.