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Trump is obsessed with a wild mischaracterization of the status quo that fuels extremism.
Why I had to wait two years to get Botox for my migraines.
The workers at Exporta Global were able to set a world record for the most pallets toppled in a domino chain reaction.
Whether it's because they don't offer inclusive denim options, or those sizes are online-only, our data show retail stores are ignoring 50% of American women.
"These songs will probably only make you feel worse, but at least they'll let you know you’re not alone."
Cedella Roman, visiting mom from France, says border patrol held her for crossing into Blaine, Wash.
Toni Kroos saved the day, putting a gorgeous free-kick into the far corner to give Germany a 2-1 victory.
If those speeds and prices improve, streaming could become viable. But it's not like that's going to happen anytime soon.
We're not sure this is the right way to becoming a soccer player, but may we suggest professional assassin as a career path?
A new study ranks each state, plus D.C., by their psychopathic tendencies. The race for first? It isn't even close.
The East Pittsburgh police department that is responsible for killing the unarmed teenager Antwon Rose, Jr. is one of more than a hundred police departments across metro Pittsburgh — and that's a problem.
We wildly underestimate how likely people are to help.
In the tug-of-war between dog and bread, you have to be ready to go out with your buns ablazing.
20 years later, after a corner of the internet took the case upon itself, the identity of Lyle Stevik has become the center of a fractious debate over privacy, ethics, and Reddit true-crime sleuths.
Some surveys show that people think work-life balance for top leaders is impossible — that it's a myth. But Michelle Hickox shows that that's not true.
"He's making a mess! He's making lime and pepper pasta!"
Vela sends South Korean goalkeeper Cho Hyun-Woo the wrong way after a penalty was called for a handball.
Tucker Carlson and Jordan Peterson are foaming at the mouths over a sinister threat to good old-fashioned boyhood: teaching kindness.
The University of Michigan was salty that IBM made a smaller computer than it did, so it made an even smaller computer.
People took to Yelp to smear a restaurant, with others appearing to defend the establishment's honor, based solely on the fact that something politically divisive happened there and not the quality of the guacamole.
We know a lot about how smartphones and social media affect our brains, but dreams are more mysterious.
"Not that everything is now peaches and cream. But over 20 years, so much has changed."
Young people are not particularly interested in religion, but would still like to believe in something; the world has become too grim and the feeling of helplessness to stop it is too much to bear, so many are turning to mystical measures with the hope that it might decrease their daily despair even slightly; crystals are pretty and it's fun to spend money, particularly if you have a lot of it.
Something very bad happened here.
A brief history of dinosaur movies, from "Gertie the Dinosaur" to "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom."
A psychologist explains why humans are so terrible to each other.
Love for this thick-cut, buttery toasted bread extends well beyond the Lone Star State.
They're kind of Brooklyn's Romeo and Juliet. He was made of slot car stock, and she was, well, not. At least, that's what she'll tell you — but it's clear that Dolores, who's one-half of the legendary couple behind Buzz-a-Rama, is a slot car queen.
My journey to get a skincare routine was more violent than I expected.
Humanity may be as few as 10 years away from discovering evidence of extraterrestrial life. Once we do, it will only deepen the mystery of where alien intelligence might be hiding.
There's a reason racing bikes stay planted on the streets and away from the ramps.
Inside the studios of Romania's booming sex cam industry, the mystics seeking eternal life through liquid nitrogen and other best photos of the week.
Nearly all of them look silly, but if taken seriously, they could be a really big deal for urban transportation.
We're relieved she wasn't seriously injured and also really curious how she walked away after that.
We don't really know what's going on here, but that's okay, because we're too busy laughing at this poor kid.
The bodacious bottled drinks once saw an explosion in popularity, then a backlash, and now, a surprise comeback.
Ah, all the hallmarks of an end-of-days film: gas masks, birds doing weird things, burning cars, baddies with baseball bats and a non-responsive government.
This is one of those trailers where they reveal so much that you walk away feeling like you've seen already the entire movie, but it looks very cool nonetheless.
Although scientists dispute its legend, the minuscule Carcross Desert in Canada is a world wonder by any measure.
The moon and Venus get photobombed by a fireball, a black hole rips apart a star and other cool space images of the week.
These activists, organized by progressive group CREDO Action, stood outside in the pouring rain, holding posters that read "child snatcher."
Yes, according to the rules, he shouldn't be in the dugout. Yes, people have been fined in the past for this kind of thing. But seriously, c'mon — this is why baseball is great.
Indochino’s process is simple: Choose your fabric, customize your style and submit your measurements. Everything is done online, and thanks to their “Back To Black Friday” sale happening right now, you can get their made-to-measure $800 suit for less than $350.
A long time ago in an encoding standard not so far away, an early 'net user tried to remake "Star Wars" in ASCII art form. He got further than you'd guess.
A member of the group, INDECLINE, told a local news outlet that he had been doing similar billboard vandalism for nearly two decades and never been arrested or fined.
After a long, seven-month deployment, they are finally back together again.
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