Decades ago, New York lost one of its grand entryways. What if a new one were hiding in plain sight?
After the huge success of "Daredevil" and "Jessica Jones," Netflix is back today with "Luke Cage," a new series devoted to Jessica Jones' steel-skinned friend. Its predecessors were well received by critics as well — does "Luke Cage" stack up?
We tend to assume that our intelligence is simply a matter of nature and nurture — but many other factors can stunt or boost your IQ, right down to the person you choose to marry.
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When leaving Israel after the funeral of Shimon Peres, President Obama had a tough time getting President Clinton onto Air Force One. He was reportedly engaged with a reporter.
Remember when everyone hated hanging chads and wanted computerized voting? Seemed like a good idea at the time.
That’s not to say that housing in London, San Francisco and New York isn’t extremely expensive, gouged by foreign demand and sparse on space for new buildings. But it could be worse — it could be Vancouver.
Watch in awe as this kid and his band, "The Georgia Flood," perform a freakin' flawless cover.
Robin Williams' wife Susan writes about the little-known neurologic disease that afflicted the actor in the years before his suicide.
In the thriving subculture of pornographic fakes, Photoshop whizzes seamlessly edit women's faces into pornographic scenes.
We're getting major déjà vu here. Maybe it's because every commercial we've watched for the last two decades follows this exact formula. Nahhh, that can't be it...
For years, players have been valued for their hitting. Now a groundbreaking tool makes it possible to measure how much their defense contributes to a team’s success.
Clowns have been spotted lurking in woods from South Carolina to upstate New York.
According to New Zealand survivalist Josh James, the best way to kill the octopus you just caught for dinner is to literally bite out its brain.
By intimidating teachers. By scaring parents. And sometimes by calling the cops.
Welcome to Today In 2016, your daily digest of all things election. Today: More Trump Foundation fails are revealed, Jeb loves Gary and Hillary Clinton is an old.
We all have random cinematic images inexplicably bouncing around our minds. Why do certain images stick with us forever?
“Hitler massacred three million Jews,” Mr. Duterte said after returning to the Philippines from a trip to Vietnam, understating the toll cited by historians, which is six million. “Now there is three million, there’s three million drug addicts. There are. I’d be happy to slaughter them.”
In the annals of workplace fraud, John Beale is iconic. He’s legend, the GOAT, a criminal mastermind for the Office Space set. His greatest scam, of course, was his secret life as a spy.
If snuggling up with some uber-luxurious sheets sounds like your idea of a great time, then this is a dream deal for you. P.S. they’re less than forty bucks.
As far as the microscopic rules of physics are concerned, there is no difference between the "before" and the "after." So, why can't time flow both directions?
Between their daily cartoons and Andy Borowitz, the New Yorker's efforts at topical humor have been sorely lacking.
Welcome To What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: What it's like to be a late, late, late bloomer, the iPhone 6 Plus' "touch disease" is real and why you should never, ever, share earbuds.
Meet the most interesting kayaker in the world. He doesn't always kayak, but when he does...
Births, deaths and other time travel paradoxes.
Motherboard asked some science fiction authors to define what luxury would look like in a place where everything is already great.
Sometimes they were pretty vague, but it doesn't sound like any of them are eager to Make Earth Great Again.
Ever wondered why you're paid a "salary"? It's because of salt.
A few weeks after we were treated to the story of a disaster averted ("Sully"), Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg bring us the story of a disaster that was definitely not averted: BP's Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion and oil spill.
The unspoken costs of getting another human being to bring food from a faraway restaurant directly to your couch
Childish Gambino — also known as Donald Glover — is one of the most polarizing figures in hip-hop. Part of that is because he's trying to do it all at once, and all he does is succeed.
At Berkeley, researchers are studying how wearing flip-flops changes buildings' air-conditioning needs.
Kevin just wanted to plug his new movie and show off his "workout tuxedo." Kevin clearly had no idea what he was in for.
It's not great, and you should avoid doing it yourself, but don't let it fully deter you from diving into that guac.
Johnson's platform includes a number of small government policies, but the only one anybody seems to really care about is his stance on marijuana.
Bushmeat, from wild animals captured for food, is a staple in parts of Africa and a delicacy in Europe and beyond. And it could be the source of the next major infectious disease.
Bell Labs, now run by Nokia, shows off its superfast next-gen 5G networks, smarter smartwatches and a drone that delivers new mobile network capacity.
Joe Biden has participated in his fair share of debates and yet he still hasn't seen anything quite like what happened on Monday.
European Space Agency scientists say the satellite has come to the end of its useful life and they want to get some final, ultra-close measurements.
How one scout persuaded one of the greatest athletes of all time to turn away from the NFL.