It has been a year since Obamacare launched with a difficult start. Now, supporters are confident about the program's future. But critics say it's too early to gauge its success.
Saturday, University of Michigan quarterback Shane Morris took a vicious hit in the head late in a loss to the University of Minnesota. Morris started staggering around, was briefly held up by a teammate when he appeared nearly to collapse, and another teammate frantically waved to the sideline for him to be replaced.
Netflix’s movie-deal machinery isn’t slowing down: The Internet-video service has inked a pact with Adam Sandler to star in and produce four films to be available exclusively on Netflix worldwide.
The investors in this particular funding will be allocating 10 percent of their shares back to the Reddit community. The company hasn’t described how this will be done, but if Reddit CEO Yishan Wong has any say, it may be given out via a unique cryptocurrency.
The alleged attack occurred at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Texas on Sept. 20. Spillman, a special teams player, was then allowed to play the next day.
The biker doesn't follow anyone's rules, so he dances like *everyone* is watching. According to the uploader, this was just one of many incidents of this motorcyclist breaking out his sweet moves.
An account of possible jury misconduct surfaced Wednesday morning on Twitter, when several users sent messages about one juror who may have discussed evidence in the case with a friend.
The engaged couple and former That '70s Show co-stars have welcomed a baby girl, a source confirms to E! News.
Verizon said Wednesday it will not implement its plan to slow speeds for customers with unlimited data plans when its 4G LTE network is at its most congested. That policy was to take effect today.
Local women Susie Lee and Katrina Hess have designed Siren, a dating app aimed at making the online singles scene more inviting to women. lt faces fierce competition.
As data and the algorithms that control it become more ubiquitous, they begin to disappear. Just as you neglect to think about all the systems that enable you to flick on a light, we're beginning to neglect the machineries that run Amazon, Facebook and Google.
Five decades on, what can Marshall McLuhan’s "Understanding Media" tell us about today?
Hector Beltran-Leyva was wanted in both Mexico and the U.S. for trafficking drugs and weapons. DNA testing is being conducted to confirm the capture.
Don't pass go. Don't collect $200. Or collect much of anything, really. That might be the motto of a German board game called Bürokratopoly. But while the game was dreamed up years ago by dissidents in communist East Germany (or the DGR,) Bürokratopoly is finding something of a second life in modern Germany.
We know this monkey. This monkey lived down the hall from us in college.
Defense Distributed is now selling a $1,200 computer-numerically-controlled mill — dubbed the "Ghost Gunner" — that can complete an unfinished lower receiver for an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle as part of a limited pre-order.
The previous video must have worked, or else he'd be reviewing that material. So Will Reid moved on to dishes — another thing absolutely any teenager should already know how to do.
I blundered into total abstinence as carefully as I did into reproduction — in other words, with all the deliberateness and forethought of a herded goat.
Mini pizza bagels? Now we're talking.
Ebola is sweeping into areas of West Africa that had been largely spared the onslaught. The consequences in one Sierra Leone hospital have been devastating.
The cake is a lie. So are happy endings.
Louisiana is disappearing into the sea and guess who's blocking efforts to save the land?
Inevitably, the increasing popularity of esports has given rise to esports gambling — and with that a jump in hustlers, match-fixers and all the shady behavior betting engenders.
Want a good sense of how far computer graphics have come to mimicking actual humans? See if the beginning of this demo fools you too.
In a Facebook post, the company’s chief product officer apologized to “the affected community of drag queens, drag kings, transgender, and extensive community of our friends, neighbors, and members of the LGBT community.”
The Free Syrian Army in Aleppo is so desperate for weaponry that they created a homemade war wagon. They took a pickup truck, bolted scrap metal to it, put a 50 cal machine gun on top...and hooked it up to a Sony Playstation controller.
Vocativ has found dozens of Americans around the country who openly support ISIS. And they're all followers of a radical Michigan-based cleric.
It sounds like a song, but what you're actually hearing is the sound of the game changing.
An artist on Vine who goes by Eisaku decided to draw the same figure, from childhood to old age, and uploaded them all as a stop-motion animation. We're as impressed as we are sad.
The Secret Service’s new acting interim director, Joseph Clancy, served as head of the agency’s presidential protection division until 2011, when he retired and became director of corporate security for Comcast. Clancy was named to the Secret Service post Wednesday after the resignation of Julia Pierson.
Mark Helfrich isn’t brash, or showy, or all that recognizable. He rarely gets the credit Chip Kelly got. He doesn’t want to be famous. But if Oregon keeps winning, he will be.
"This is not like basketball" he said with a nervous grin.
The small squads of human traders who remain on the floor at 11 Wall St., the New York Stock Exchange’s Teddy Roosevelt–era headquarters, are (for the most part) just playing fantasy football.
The latest computer hacker to generate a national controversy isn’t a rogue CIA employee or even a college student at MIT. He’s 12 years old — and he just changed the way we think about our security online. But Jeremy Baxter didn’t steal NSA secrets or embezzle from a hedge fund; his aims were higher. Nine years short of his 21st birthday, the computer whiz decided he was going to try to visit budlight.com.
"It is totally okay to have no ambition."
If you spend any time following the daily conversations among the online punk community (may God help you, by the way), you’ve likely seen the recent surge in debate over stagediving.
Just like buying a treadmill doesn't make you skinny.
Steve Carbone, aka Reality Steve, makes his living revealing details of "The Bachelor." Even after he got sued.
Pierson’s resignation comes in the wake of an incident in which Omar Gonzalez, a knife-wielding Iraq War vet, allegedly managed to slip over the fence, past several layers of security, and into the White House’s East Room, where he was subdued by an off-duty agent.
The giant basin on the near side of the moon might not be the result of a run-in with a massive asteroid, contrary to what some scientists believed. Instead, this blemish on the lunar surface — nearly as wide across as the United States — could have been formed by ancient magma flows.
The sister of the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States says he told officials the first time he went to the hospital that he was visiting from Liberia.
The recent hirings of analytics-minded front office staff has set into motion events that could alter the way NHL teams are structured. They could also be another step toward phasing out a facet of the game that many fans still think of as vital: fighting.
The path between "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings" is paved with torture and terrorism.
Jazzsoon first came to the world's attention with his "steak and shrimp on the weekends" soundbite. This is his life, where he collects valuable things, sells them for a profit and waxes poetic about hustling, music and how we're all children.
Have you ever told someone “Oh, I’d hate to impose,” then stayed for dinner but felt like you’d done something wrong? Put your fears and self-doubts to rest: you are a better and a kinder visitor than Hans Christian Andersen ever was, and Charles Dickens would almost certainly never have immortalized you as a greasy ginger snake in a work of classic literature.
The press has been writing about new audio technology since the Edison phonograph. On October 1, 1982, there was another technology story to write when Sony released the first commercial CD player.
"By making the mundane safe, it actually makes the things that need to be safe a little bit safer."
If the cast's previous acting resumés have any bearing on on this movie, it's going to be a very funny and very bloody little film.
An artist tests whether New Yorkers will give away their mother’s maiden name or part of their Social Security number for a homemade cookie.
Dollars, euros and pounds are easy to visualize: They’re physical objects. Being digital, bitcoins aren’t tangible — which has become a boon for George Frey.
Texas A&M's new transportation barriers work really, really well. Trust us, truckers.
How does capital punishment affect the prison guards and wardens tasked with carrying it out?
This innovative addition enables the owner to store and access a 26-foot speedboat without the use of a tender lift. Its hydraulic-operated bay can dry out in three minutes and then be transformed into a terrace-accessible ocean pool.
There are two things you're gonna hear often if you own a Subaru WRX. The first is "You're going to need another clutch," and the second is "Do you know why I pulled you over today?"
In case you’re wondering whether Health is only concerned with a few basics: Apple has predicted the need to input data about blood oxygen saturation, your daily molybdenum or pathogenic acid intake, cycling distance, number of times fallen and your electrodermal activity, but nothing to do with recording information about your menstrual cycle.
Reddit has historically positioned itself as a sort of lawless Wild West where fights are won with free speech instead of guns. That may have been true in the early days, but it is mercifully growing less true by the day.
“The Bentley customer on average owns 8 cars. The average Bugatti customer has about 84 cars, 3 jets and one yacht.”
Mike Heist has been working in the neon industry in Portland, Oregon for 30 years. He is a master of his craft, and is responsible for the bending of some of the city's most iconic signage.
A quest to track down a real Penis proves difficult.
The smartest job perk you’ve never heard of.
All of the latest data breaches have one thing in common — the stealth tool the thieves used to steal the valuable card data.
In response to Monday night's wrongful flag on Husain Abdullah, Colbert points out that the Kansas City Chiefs safety wasn't flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct — he was given a penalty for holding the wrong religion.
He's not messing around, folks.
If the Apple Watch is going to be the company’s next big hit, it can’t just be sold as a tech gadget — it has to stand on its own as a luxury fashion product, too.
Almost like they do this every year.