The street style of London's young Muslim women, what it's like living in Ho Chi Minh City's "micro-houses" and the beauty of gas stations.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: All of the "cool" hotels are actually bad, it took Dunkin' Donuts a long time to design their new cup and we don't really have family computers anymore.
Inside the US military's secret doomsday base, the mystical forests of Norway and what life was like before the Chernobyl disaster.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Everyone wants to check out Montana's deadly hole, a man purposefully ruins a $250 steak and we have to stop talking about Zelda, Mario and Final Fantasy.
Where David Wallace Wells's New York Magazine story on the worst case scenario for climate change maybe went too far according to climate experts, Nathaniel Rich's narrative yarn on just how close the US came to taking steps to avert the warming of the planet decades ago is maybe a bit too wistful.
In the dark corners of the internet, a conspiracy theory has been fermenting — and now, after acolytes of the theory made a big showing at Trump's Tuesday night rally in Tampa, it's breaking into the mainstream.
Famous landmarks before they were finished, the magical life of Europe's family circuses and photos of people having really rubbish holidays.
From wildfires in the Arctic Circle to the UK turning from green to brown in satellite images, climate change is here.
What happens when alt-right figurehead Mike Cernovich gets a hold of your old "edgy" joke tweets? If you're James Gunn, you get fired. If you're Patton Oswalt... hopefully nothing?
No, it's not optical illusions. It's just the sheer magic of photography and a unique perspective.
The pigeons that were photographers, the US military's camouflage Disneyland and other best photos of the week.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Whole milk is good now, there will be nothing like "The Dark Knight" again and your phone number isn't safe.
On Thursday, Israel narrowly passed a "basic law" declaring the country as a Jewish nation-state, with a 62-55 vote in Parliament. Critics of the new law have likened it to South African apartheid. Here's what you should read about it.
Thus is a familiar dynamic with Amazon. The deals are too good to pass up, the workers report mistreatment and Jeff Bezos's fortune grows. Apropos of everything, here is what the man who has more money than God has been up to for the past six months.
Trump's press conference with Putin in Helsinki did not go well. Here's how prominent Republicans are reacting.
The "excellent drivers" of Japan, the dangers of train yards through the eyes of railroad employees and other best photos of the week.
Divers from all over the world participated in a huge operation to rescue the boys, who became stranded by rising water after exploring the cave on June 23.
The secret stash of a Soviet street photographer, a visual diary of queer youth in America's deep south and other best photos of the week.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Recycling isn't as straightforward as we think, exposing the NSA's secret spying hubs and the one rule change that will change the NFL.
Justice Anthony Kennedy has long been known as a swing justice — although in his last season he sided with the court's conservative bloc on several high-profile cases — and replacing him with a more consistent conservative could transform American policy and society for decades to come.
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