Thanks to climate change and geopolitical tensions, reaching the North Pole is increasingly beyond reach.
For most of my life, I'd never seen a black hunter like me depicted in pop culture. When I did, it hit even closer to home than I could've imagined.
Why is MyKayla Skinner so controversial? In a word: attitude.
The internet has elevated Dale Earnhardt Sr. to sainthood, and I can’t look away.
The cycle is about to begin anew as the stylish new version of the story arrives in theaters, perpetuating a curse that has infected too many already. I decided to reach out to King directly to see if he had any words of explanation or contrition.
Why hearing "can we talk?" evokes so much dread.
Investigating the internet's favorite joke on the front lines.
The man who wrote it never intended for it to reach a national audience, let alone amass more than 800,000 Facebook shares.
I realized I couldn't remember the last time I said "g2g," or even "bye," in an online conversation.
The Wikipedia rule that makes it harder to create entries about lesser-known but important women from history.
Complex thoughts on a life spent being the short guy.
How the former "Fear Factor" host's podcast became an essential platform for "freethinkers" who hate the left.
"Being accused of having it handed to me unfairly by people who may have ACTUALLY had it handed to them unfairly, that really bothers me in retrospect."
King apparently did not notice that the person who designed the graphic lumped Iowa, King's state, in with the blue states and part of the losing side.
Interviewers are increasingly making absurd demands on applicants' time. Here's what to do if you're asked to work for free.
The r/syriancivilwar subreddit is hardly an observation deck detached from the horrors unfolding on the battlefield: It is itself, one could say, an active front line of this war.
There's finally a movement against releasing pre-conviction arrest photos.
Americans' devotion to their jobs actually hasn't changed that much from generation to generation.
It's obvious to even the most casual viewer that Netflix hates movies, because they won't offer their viewers something that theaters, LaserDiscs, videotapes, DVDs, Blu-rays and even Mutoscopes offered as a matter of course: the ability to watch a film from the first frame to the last.
As the trial wrapped up, I realized I was about to convict two men of murder, only one of whom I thought was guilty.