Some of the sketches and paintings that show Middle-earth (and beyond!) as Tolkien himself envisioned it.
What did we do to deserve dogs? Nothing probably, but while we've got them here we might as well admire how cute they are.
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.
After hanging on through months of revelations about and investigations into his actions, Pruitt has finally resigned.
With Wednesday's release of "The First Purge," we've seen four entires into the "Purge" series since 2013. What is it about these movies that has caused them to stick around and haunt our movie theaters, DVRs, wallets and collective imaginations?
The absence of occupancy-indicator locks dooms us to nerve-wracking, doubt-ridden attempts to verify whether bathrooms are occupied or not every time we have to go. Americans deserve better.
How Diane Warren, Steven Tyler, Francis Lawrence, and — yes — Barbra Streisand conspired to turn an "Armageddon" power ballad into a highlight of '90s soundtracks.
Workers want to know more about their salaries, and companies are finally fessing up.
This software engineer let an algorithm pick where he lives, what he does — even what tattoo to get. Is he onto something?
It looks like a good cat tweet, but upon closer inspection one realizes it's actually a *great* cat tweet.
Netflix often claims to recommend movies according to an user's viewing history, but when it comes to its original movies, there are some titles it clearly prioritizes over others.
In a perfect world, nobody would drop their smartphones on the ground and risk breaking them. Unfortunately, we don't live in that perfect world. Fortunately, we live in one where this has been invented.
Taken all over the globe, these images represent the world's very best photographers seeking out beautiful scenes in the most remote corners of our planet. They're incredible.
The cops were called after the man was suspected of using a stolen credit card, and things just escalated from there. And we are not using the word "escalated" lightly.
This dog isn't actually getting a haircut to the theme song of the 1987 animated Disney television show 'DuckTales'. But on the internet, it seems like it is. And we want to believe that it is. Which, we think, is good enough.
Curiosity Rover takes a selfie, asteroids photobomb distant galaxies and other cool space images of the week.
The "What the Fluff" challenge, where people try to trick their pets into thinking they've disappeared is everywhere, and this bulldog must have seen it because it knew exactly what was going down.
We're not really sure if there's any real world application for this design, other than making us say "whoa!"
In spite of the tragedy, Gazette reporters were steadfast that they would be publishing the paper as normal on Friday, and they followed through.
In the #MeToo era, most of us are hopefully aware that we should not kiss our coworkers unless we are fully, totally sure they want us to kiss them. "The Office" definitely took place pre-#MeToo.