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Retailers are offering ballistic apparel to wary US citizens, and it’s not cheap.
Why cryptocurrency will always be political.
It's clear that everyone around high schooler Ayrton Little thought he was deserving of the honor.
In the early morning of August 5, 2001, artist Richard Ankrom and a group of friends assembled on the 4th Street bridge over the 110 freeway in Los Angeles. They had gathered to commit a crime — one Ankrom had plotted for years.
Farenthold is accused of telling subordinates about having "wet dreams" about one of his aides, calling his staff "fucktards," and encouraging a workplace environment where jokes about breast size were common.
The move opens the possibility for ISPs like Comcast or Verizon to adjust speed, cost, and access to different websites or types of data. Here's what that could mean for you and the country.
The meeting appeared to be interrupted because of a potential security threat. The vote has now resumed.
Though the Next Big Thing won’t appear for a while, we know pretty much what it will look like: a lightweight, always-on wearable that obliterates the divide between the stuff we see on screens and the stuff we see when we look up from our screens.
Convinced he’s living with CTE, former NFL player Larry Johnson battles self-destructive impulses.
Relegated to the backlots of Disney World and mocked by the Simpsons, a long maligned form of transportation is mounting a one-rail comeback.
This is... an extremely bad idea.
Don't do this to your friends.
Nautilus, the luxe online and print magazine covering science and ideas, has struggled to pay its writers. Now those writers are striking back.
One winter day in 2006, a good Samaritan named Alice posted to a community listserv: "Found: Boy's Blue Hat." The moment she clicked "send" unwittingly precipitated an iconic moment in modern Brooklyn parenting and early social media.
In the past, Mario Batali’s disregard for boundaries was a foundation of his mythology. In the context of #MeToo, it is just repugnant.
Are you having a bad week? If so, Maxi the Corgi might be able to help.
"What is yours and is half-eaten is, of course, all mine."
Some top dining rooms will do anything for a great review. Do their tactics work?
For some investments firms, your trendy lunch means big business.
It's all fun and games until that cat has too much catnip.
Private-label attire in aggregate is now a bigger seller in the US than any single apparel brand.
Maybe this Vancouver Canucks' fan already has a lot of cars. Or maybe he's just an extremely level headed dude. In either case, he seems to be the least excited person in the whole arena.
Turk Barrett is having a bad day. Despite having no notable powers of his own, he seems to tangle with New York City’s vigilante heroes like Daredevil or Luke Cage on a regular basis.
If you want to know what young people think is funny, listen to this guy.
Why millennials are facing the scariest financial future of any generation since the Great Depression.
To build a business on Facebook is to accept volatility. The company has played host to many startups tuned specifically for what its algorithm rewards, only to crush them later.
The long history of using misleading images to sell urban highways.
Inspired by other machine-building games like The Incredible Machine andChromatron, The Quantum Game is simple enough to play, yet challenging enough to be engaging.
"Super-Size Me" director Morgan Spurlock on Wednesday admitted to a history of sexual misconduct that reaches back to his college days.
The most dramatic cybersecurity story of 2016 came to a quiet conclusion Friday in an Anchorage courtroom.
The companies have entered into a definitive pact for Disney to acquire Twentieth Century Fox Film and Television studios, along with cable and international TV businesses, for about $52.4 billion in stock.
Apocalyptic weather dominated the headlines, but meat production also caused severe destruction in 2017.
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"PUBG," as it’s known to its devoted fans, has already found phenomenal success on PCs. Within six weeks of its debut, it had sold 2 million copies; as of this month, more than 24 million copies of the game have been sold.
Traditional methods can backfire, but ideas like teaching bystanders to intervene and promoting more women have proved effective.
Without irony: I deeply love Dilbert. From ages 8 to 12, the funny pages were both my primary hobby and major career aspiration, and Dilbert was a top-tier favorite, thanks to my dad’s own sizable collection.
Melissa Chadburn goes undercover as a temp worker.
Mr. Simmons, a powerful gatekeeper in the entertainment and media worlds, damaged careers and self-confidence with his pattern of sexual assault and harassment, the women say.
But the Heart of the Ocean — and J. Peterman — will go on.
Did she voluntarily resign because she's mad about Trump's racism, or did she have to be physically escorted off White House grounds? Depends on who you ask.
Seth Rogen turned 12 in 1994, which means he performed a standup set that got people belly laughing before he had his bar mitzvah.
A 1971 clip from the USS Ticonderoga shows a submarine tracking plane running straight into a rogue wave.
British kids, they, uh, grow up so fast.
Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema ate three times each at the top 10 full-service chains, and tells you what's good — and what's not.
Reinhold Hanning claims he had no idea was happening inside the concentration camp where he worked at the time. He may have been an accessory to over 170,000 murders.
Dad may say he doesn’t want you to get him anything, but what he really wants is for you to get something on this list.
It's performing better than the actual "Star Trek" reboot. Maybe that's because it's an even better love letter to the original series.
Touchscreen gloves, a magic air fryer, and other gifts she genuinely wants. So take that gift-wrapped Yankee Candle in your hand and throw it in the trash.
Grab some sneakily affordable gifts while they'll still ship in time.