The billion-dollar troubled-teen industry has been a disaster for decades. It's still not fixed.
Profiteers are digging up World War II gravesites in search of memorabilia. Preservationists want to stop them.
In today’s landscape of media conglomerates and vertical integration, everything we watch on TV is the product of more partnerships than we can even keep track of—but that’s not going to stop us from trying.
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It's easy to lose it when you live in a van down by the river.
In 2007, an EpiPen cost about $57. Today that price has skyrocketed to over $600—all for about $1 worth of injectable medicine.
The original idea for the Mall — a grand, tree-lined avenue flanked by imposing buildings — goes back to the very origins of the capital city, Pierre L’Enfant’s plan conceived for George Washington. But in Washington, plans rarely go as planned, so the Mall has been a work in progress for more than 200 years.
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Welcome to Today In 2016, your daily digest of all things election. Today Donald's paying more rent...to himself, Hillary faces the reality of her own foundation, and Trump backs away from mass deportation.
The gang's all here — Bernie, Obama, Hillary, Chelsea, Bill, Michelle — and they all sound like a bunch of straight up coddlesips.
If one were to walk down a crowded street wearing a black conical hat, passersby would not question the wearer's intention. Obviously, the wearer would be playing the role of a witch. Yet as obvious as the pointed hat is as a sign of witchcraft today, its origins as representing witchcraft is just as evidently difficult to trace.
With a number of new upgrades announced today, Tesla's Model S is now the third-fastest car in the world, going from 0 to 60 MPH in just 2.5 seconds.
We're in awe of these Australian jerks who have the gall to say "shove him off." Little dude is just trying to survive. Give him a break guys. Geez.
A large body of research has shown that loneliness in old age is linked to poorer physical and emotional health, and that, conversely, meaningful connections can improve both.
Record of 534 days in space may stand for about a year, until Peggy Whitson breaks it.
Yup, we're gonna go call our dads now to say thanks for being our dads.
Coming home from the battlefield is hard — maybe some veterans shouldn’t.
A wide body of research suggests there’s a link between the temperature of a workplace and worker productivity.
After Donald Trump proposes an ideology test for potential Muslim immigrants, Jordan Klepper quizzes the presidential hopeful's supporters.
Generation Y has created an era of “work martyrdom” in the US, a new study reveals.
In just 12 years, the Facebook founder built an empire of 1.71 billion followers. His next goal: to friend the rest of humanity.
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An unassuming fisherman has kept the 75-pound, $100 million "good luck charm" under his bed since finding it over a decade ago.
Despite its rapid expansion, you may have never heard of Jersey Mike’s.
This weakening of America’s religious consensus means there is far less social pressure to conform to religious norms.
"In a world where everything online feels calculated and fake, the banal is the opposite of boring. If you’re not careful, it will break your fucking heart."
It is not just people that bully the vulnerable. Many animals do it too, and in evolutionary terms it may even work.
Magic, mysticism and the occult are moving into the mainstream. Is it just a fad or a sign of spiritual crisis?
WikiLeaks' global crusade to expose government secrets is causing collateral damage to the privacy of hundreds of innocent people, including survivors of sexual abuse, sick children and the mentally ill, The Associated Press has found.
Bad holidays with a spouse can start to feel like a broken promise.
The Everglades is fighting a war. Its adversary — rising sea levels brought on by man-made climate change — is relentless and merciless. And if scientists are correct, much of South Florida will be underwater by the end of the century.
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Apple will reportedly release a trio of new iPhones next year, including one premium model with a curved display similar to those used in Samsung devices.
Make fun of your hipster friends all you want for listening to music in such an expensive and bulky way. Still, you can't deny that watching how these musical discs get made is perfection.
I enjoyed the “Battle Simulator” part of Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, but it was the “Totally Accurate” part that had me more intrigued.
The rise and fall of the digital compact cassette remains a salutary lesson for tech titans — it shows how you can get nearly everything right, and yet still fail badly.
Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros filed a lawsuit Monday charging that top network executives retaliated against her for reporting sexual harassment by ousted chairman Roger Ailes.
As a guy who travels a few times a year and notices trends, I wanted to answer an important question for myself about airports: Why are the stores branded after TV news networks?
It was Iran’s money, and at some point, either through negotiation or arbitration, Iran was going to get it back. But the US withheld the payment temporarily to maximize leverage during the detainee incident.