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Call it a magnesium lining.
Using artificial intelligence, researchers have created a tool that crawls privacy policies on popular websites like Facebook, Reddit and Twitter. But the software's findings are not as detailed as those done by humans.
Just gotta match up the right nose and... oh no. Please no. We've got the heebie-jeebies.
What will happen if we just accept that a certain number of pedestrian deaths are an inevitable part of adopting autonomous vehicles?
PredictIt turns politics into something more than a cynical battleground. Meet the people making bank on our nightmarish election cycle.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told confidants that Kushner discussed the names of royal family members opposed to his power grab.
It's a lot of work, but this traditional dish remains one of America's most regional, and revered, specialties.
We're sad we can't watch the real Will Smith react to watching "Black Panther," but this is the next best thing.
Casual workwear and fast fashion mean that a once-booming industry is on the decline.
Why are some of the biggest public intellectuals so fixated with a small minority of liberal college students?
The move comes amid an international and state-wide trend of prosecuting drug dealers for murder as a result of an overdose.
A normal dry-aging process takes somewhere from around 28 to 48 days. Using an array of sauces and seasonings, Eater's Clifford Endo attempts to age a steak in a fraction of the time.
Under the new rules, Slack customers who pay for certain premium services will be able to download all the data from their workspace – both public and private – apparently without informing members of the community.
What are the most popular fast food joints? More importantly, which states and cities have the most and least fast food restaurants per capita?
It looks like these two had some beef, but this motorcyclist probably won't brake checking a car on the highway again.
Zuck shared some concrete changes Facebook will make to the way apps suck up users' data, but this note probably won't get him and Facebook off the hook when it comes to answers about Cambridge Analytica.
Once a humble everyman, his popular show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" reveals him as the least relatable comic alive.
Frank Alsema describes himself as a "city maker." The retired TV producer lives in north Amsterdam, where his house has become a lab for more sustainable urban lifestyle.
A wedding is no longer the first step into adulthood that it once was, but, often, the last.
The Daily Mail has a hot scoop, and it features blown-up pics of feet and the phrase "bunion attacks."
This girl's poor mom took everything in stride.
How the imperious head of one of fashion's most compelling brands maintains her influence on clothes and culture.
Sharing sounds like a fun and communal thing, but if you enjoy food then it's actually pretty terrible.
Cuba is trying to repay a Soviet-era debt in rum. "That's a fun story, right? We thought so too. So we went to Cuba to tell it, and learned that you can't just make a puff piece in an active military dictatorship."
A lot of the time, video game names sound like they were generated by a machine. So, I decided to see if I could teach a neural network to name a game.
Sudan's daughter Najin and her daughter Fatu are still alive, and with a lot of time, money, and effort, they could soon give birth to a new generation of northern white rhinos.
Ralph Nader on how power in America has turned the rule of law into a mere myth.
A storm spotter in Alabama was chasing a tornado across town when suddenly it blew across the street right in front of him.
Maybe happiness isn't as complicated as we make it out to be.
The dishes from 1910 to 2015 that have been endlessly adopted or outright copycatted on other menus, kicked off a lasting trend or became staples that still define the way we eat today in 2018.
With an enormous Nor'easter shutting down schools and airports across the northeastern US, it might be a good idea to stay off the roads... especially if you live in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania.
In Menlo Park, California, Facebook is building a real community and testing the proposition: Do people love tech companies so much they will live inside them?
Motorists in the city of Makati in the Philippines saw an... interesting advertisement on Tuesday afternoon.
You want to go off the beaten path? Oh, this map will take you off the beaten path, all right.
Caramelized onions rules. They're smaller, more flavorful onions, but they require long, low heat. Adding some water and a small pinch of baking soda, however, lets you cook at a higher temperature, cooking the onions faster without burning them.
Even if the details of the algorithms are accessible, which isn’t always the case, they’re often beyond the understanding even of the people using them.
We've been watching skier Alex Hall hit this monster jump in Verbier, Switzerland on repeat and it gets better every time.
He loves candy and he loves his mom, but when forced to choose between them he knows the right answer.
How quickly can things go wrong in a propeller plane? Quite quickly, as this pilot found out, but he had just enough time to figure out how to get his engine jumpstarted again.
Mexico spent more than $100 billion on hundreds of sprawling housing developments, many of which lack running water or sewer systems.
Six months after Hurricane Maria ravaged the Caribbean in September 2017, the island of Puerto Rico is still struggling to rebuild.
A parent at Rocky Point High School on Long Island decided the best way to make his point in support of school guards was to pull out his knife in front of a student. He was later escorted out.
Next time you complain about a city in the US being expensive to live in, just remember: no city in the US is in the top 10 most expensive in the world.
On Wednesday morning, a 24-year-old man who police believed to be involved in six package bomb explosions across Austin blew himself up in his own car as police approached.
If you know you need to floss, but also know you’re probably not going to: you should get a water flosser. They’re an easier way to get the job done. We like this cordless one because it’s not as bulky as other models.
These innovative hi-fi earplugs are designed to not just lower the decibels of your environment but enhance sound clarity. Get them here for 25% cheaper than on Amazon.
The footage appears to show the driver distracted and the autonomous car maintaining speed in the seconds before the crash.
TurboTax is so easy and so intuitive, it almost makes doing your taxes not awful. (Almost.) Plus they’ll get your maximum refund, guaranteed.
If you feel like you make OK money and still have nothing to show for it, it might be time to face the facts: You need a budget.