Get ready to feel so old that you turn to dust.
A turquoise lake in Siberia has become a sparkling background for Instagram photos, drawing so many people that a nearby coal plant operator had to issue a warning: It's not a pristine oasis, it's a chemical dump.
A close aide to Italy's deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini held covert talks to pump Russian oil money to his far-right party. BuzzFeed News has the tape.
Carter's lawyers said her manslaughter conviction for urging Conrad Roy through text messages to kill himself violates her First Amendment right to free speech.
In 1994, the Los Angeles region was rocked by a massive 6.7 earthquake that crumbled freeways and left the city in panic.
This is everything (we know of) owned by "The Everything Store."
The newly unsealed documents show how Google secretly paid off Android creator Andy Rubin after he was investigated for allegedly coercing an employee into performing oral sex.
The Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General published a report Tuesday on overcrowding at border facilities in the Rio Grande Valley.
People around the world took to the streets in unity to celebrate love, resistance and Pride.
"When I get my inbox down to 10 emails."
Google-savvy reputation consultants will cover up arrests, poor customer reviews and other image-killing content for the right price.
The once-derided open-source encyclopedia is the closest thing the internet has to an oasis of truth. Now a single-user ban has exposed the deep rifts between Wikipedia's libertarian origins and its egalitarian aspirations, and threatened that stability.
The inside story on how Charmin came up with a giant roll that lasts a month.
Here's what to watch for as 10 Democratic candidates get ready for the first 2020 presidential debate in Miami on Wednesday night.
We're starting to see influencers for what they are — brands with something to sell.
A standoff at the top of a hill between a once-wealthy landowner and some impoverished farmers has been going on for 10 years. Neither side is backing down.
One is the son of a communist who smuggled messages in kebabs for party members. The other is an army widow whose husband was killed by al-Qaeda. Together they want to convince the world that targeting LGBT people is a crime against humanity.
Five years ago, Kathleen Hale wrote an essay for the Guardian — about targeting a Goodreads reviewer — that nearly ended her career. Now, she's back with a new book that some people say never should have been published.
I didn't expect that spending a week with a couple thousand lesbians on a cruise ship would push me to radically reconsider the future I'd planned for myself.
Scott Dittman — better known to his friends as Howie — says he doesn't wake up in the morning thinking of himself as an LGBT ally. But, last weekend, he still made a big impact.