Tucker Carlson's latest reinvention is guided by a simple principle—a staunch aversion to whatever his right-minded neighbors believe.
Should rules set up to catch business cheats be precise, clear and sophisticated? Or does that just give companies an avenue to cheat — in a very specific way?
"Socially cosseted with other journalists, liberal sports writers increasingly identify with the only set of actors in the sports world that come from a cultural milieu relatable to their own: the new class of rationalizing, brainy executives."
Privacy is a Chrome extension that creates a new VISA card for every new purchase you make. So you never have to worry about pesky subscriptions or credit card fraud. It's free to use, so you should pretty much get it right now.
Scientist David Nutt believes a chemical called “alcosynth” is the secret to drinking without regret.
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The weather is nice, but it reminds us of the problems to come.
If you pull out your phone to check Twitter while waiting for the light to change, or read emails while brushing your teeth, you might be what the American Psychological Association calls a “constant checker.” And chances are, it’s hurting your mental health.
A scared baby elephant is separated from his mother and tries to find her. Only a dung camera is there to bear witness.
Harvey Friedman is about to bring incompleteness and infinity out of quarantine.
Dam crises and failures in California and Nevada shed light on the state of American infrastructure.
Defying the government and even the local tribes, a stubborn group of activists remains camped out in North Dakota.
Because you're crossing that stream, whether on your own four legs or dragged by the scruff of your little bear neck.
Nintendo's highly anticipated new console, the Nintendo Switch, will be released to the public on March 3. Until then, we're stuck with some hands-on impressions of the console until the review embargo drops on March 1. Here's what the early previews say
Peeking inside a book bin at a Seattle Goodwill, Redditor vadermeer caught an interesting, unexpected glimpse into the early days of Apple: a cache of internal memos, progress reports, and legal pad scribbles from 1979 and 1980, just three years into the tech monolith’s company history.
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What makes it different — and also controversial — is the fact that LTE-U will share the same radio frequencies as WiFi routers and Bluetooth headphones.
James O'Keefe of Project Veritas released a series of tapes recorded of CNN employees. Do any of the leaks hold weight?
What happens when a movement of gamers recognizes they’re not players, but pawns?
Over the past century, Hermann Rorschach would have seen his inkblots morph from an obscure therapeutic instrument into a nearly universal cultural meme, at once a familiar touchstone for art, music, film, and fashion, and a controversial test for assessing job applicants and prosecuting criminal defendants.
Yep, machines can learn. And if you want a tech job in the not-so-distant, you should learn how it all works.
We continue to pry open, quite literally in Prince’s case, the private works of artists to feast on their off-cuts, but is this fair?
Last year Iceland had five times as many visitors as there are locals, and its struggling to keep up.
Just how "Iron Crotch Kung Fu" we have no idea, but here we are, with highly trained men voluntarily blasting the hell out of their groins.
Russia’s role in Trump’s election has led to a boom in Putinology. But do all these theories say more about us than Putin?
The Intercept's security expert Micah Lee breaks down how to run a rogue account while keeping your identity safe.
He brings her peanut butter treats. Every. Single. Day. How's your cold, black heart feeling now, internet?
Why would someone want to own a 30-plus-year-old car from a canceled TV show?
The cast and crew of "Twin Peaks" remember the making and breaking of a cultural phenomenon.
After nearly thirteen years off the air, "Samurai Jack" returns to Cartoon Network on March 11th.
Angry constituents have stormed town halls of their republican representatives to protest and air their concerns about the Affordable Care Act and other programs on the chopping block under the Republican administration. Wednesday night, it was Tom Cotton from Arkansas' turn.
Next to brushing your teeth or shaving, trimming your nails is just one of those basic hygiene rituals you just kinda do. But what if you just stopped?
For too long we've annoyed zoo tigers by flying camera drones above them. Today is the day they fight back.
In less than a year, the Power Glove went from one of the hottest toys on store shelves to a forgotten novelty stuffed in closets across the country.
He said that some of these people should also say "'my life is not Christian, I don't pay my employees proper salaries, I exploit people, I do dirty business, I launder money, (I lead) a double life'."
Lake Berryessa's curiously named spillway is not some spiraling portal to another dimension (to our knowledge) but is instead a giant water funnel that gets rid of excess water that could cause flooding. As California has been experiencing drought, this is the first time in nearly ten years that it has opened up.
Simply put, as technology makes things like ordering a cheeseburger, buying groceries, and shipping goods require fewer human beings involved, the number of jobs available for poor Americans will shrink dramatically.
Research finds distinctive language deficits in people with mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to dementia.
Florian "Venom" Kohler shoots balls at, well, some balls, and other mystifying billiard action.
If you're dealing with an operation employing psyops to generate business before you even step foot inside (rather than quality and comfort), is that really a place you want to spend $35 for a shot of Fireball?
Employees describe a Hobbesian environment at the company, in which workers are sometimes pitted against one another and where a blind eye is turned to infractions from top performers.
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Brewing your own cup of joe will save you money and will taste better. And when it comes to making coffee, there are no bad ways, only better ways. Here’s how to get started.