In a small Minnesota town, an IT technician found his way to the darkest corner of the web. Then he made a deadly plan.
Brave makes a browser based on Google Chrome that blocks tracking scripts and other technologies that spy on your online activity.
Photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre have shot palaces that have been transformed into grocery stores, office buildings and even school bus depots.
A single Ethereum account seems to have siphoned off a fortune of 45,000 ether — worth at one point more than $50 million — using those key-guessing tricks.
Over four years, Ashleigh Griffin donated her eggs six times at three different clinics. Four of those times, her ovaries became painfully swollen and she experienced weight gain, abdominal pain, severe nausea and had trouble urinating; once she was hospitalized. For her efforts, she was paid $61,000.
A surfeit of ugly knowledge is a feature of our age. But when information is everywhere, some things are better left buried.
Unsurprisingly, the FTC isn't actively monitoring individual influencers. And the short life of stories on Instagram and Snapchat means it's even easier for covert #ads to simply disappear.
According to neuroscientist Matthew Walker, you're doing serious damage to your health—and life—by not sleeping enough.
Holzhauer already holds the four highest-scoring games in the show's history, and his $771,920 regular-season winnings surpass all but one player in the "Jeopardy!" firmament: Ken Jennings.
An emerging fault system along the Nevada border is shaking up the tech industry's latest frontier — and only a small group of scientists is paying attention.
One team of cyberspies has pulled off that scale of espionage with a rare and troubling trick: DNS hijacking, a technique that meddles with the fundamental address book of the internet.
It's not enough to just give people safe spaces to use drugs anymore, says Mark Tyndall. He also wants to give them safer drugs to use.
Don't expect it anytime in 2019, but the next PlayStation console is well on its way — and it's packing ray-tracing support and a loadtime-killing solid-state hard drive.
Scandals. Backstabbing. Resignations. Record profits. Time bombs. In early 2018, Mark Zuckerberg set out to fix Facebook. Here's how that turned out.
Nearly a millennium ago it was forest; today, after a catastrophe that cuts to the heart of French culture and human history, it's ash.
For the last 50 years, researchers and journalists have been tracking the phenomenon of plummeting numbers of female births, especially across large swaths of Asia.
A 5-year-old was calling the shots. And the rules were simple: pink toys, pink clothes, and pink things only. As a parent bearing witness to the efficacy of advertisements targeted to children, photographer JeongMee Yoon questioned the long-term effects of a color-coded childhood.
Amazon employees are using their company-issued stock to pressure top executives into reducing contributions to climate change.
Candidly, if you live in a house with children, I don't know how you avoid buying this.
A exhaustive new study of astronaut twins Scott and Mark Kelly holds some unsettling results about what time in space does to the body; based on what we know now, a journey to Mars is still too risky to contemplate.