The rise and fall of the first interactive erotic computer game.
When the owners of the Old Fashioned Tavern and Restaurant received a cease and desist letter demanding they stop holding Taco Tuesdays, they thought it was a joke.
How often should you be taking care of basic hygiene routines anyway? Of course, needs will differ from person to person, but overdoing it can wasteful of both your time and your fancy soaps.
From how much you should spend to what the Four C’s are, here’s everything you need to know before buying an engagement ring.
The ship elevator at the Three Gorges Dam in China is basically as big as your office building.
It's the late 1960s, and things are starting to get weird. Luckily, the government was there to document it all in their drug newsletter Micro-Gram.
The US Coast Guard said Fernandez was one of three people killed in a boat crash off Miami Beach. Fernandez was 24 years old.
Despite there being 46 days until the election, in some states you have less than 20 days to register to vote.
Who are those people drinking beer in a forest at golden hour?
There’s one song that’s been sampled far more than any other, according to one measure. The website WhoSampled.com, whose audience obsessively tracks what’s sampled, says that a 1960s track called “Amen, Brother” by The Winstons is the most-sampled track in history, and it’s not particularly close.
Nothing crazy here, just two cars doing some cool circular drifts in perfect harmony. Enjoy.
Los Angeles officials have steadfastly refused to identify the Wet Prince of Bel Air, the homeowner who pumped an astonishing 11.8 million gallons of water during a single year of California’s crippling drought.
While critics mocked Kaepernick for being a multi-millionaire complaining about injustice, teams like the Woodrow Wilson Tigers are actually living in places where, for a number of social and economic factors, the odds for success are stacked against them.
Lionfish are an invasive species decimating native fish and crustacean populations in the Atlantic. They also don't have any natural predators. The only way to keep their numbers at bay is for fisherman to get involved in culling, sometimes using unconventional means.
Three working stuntmen — and the battle scars that define them and their work.
Vox reconstructs the history of rapping through the syllables and sounds that make its incredibly complex beats connect, and in some cases, disconnect.
Photographer Skander Khlif was hoping it wouldn't rain. Unfortunately for him, it did. Fortunately for us, he got some awesome shots out of it.
In early 2009, the seven largest publicly traded college operators were worth a combined $51 billion. Today, they’ve been all but wiped out.
Do the people who paint roads get forgotten because their work is *too* perfect?
This training teaches you how to maximize Google’s world-class data platform and up your social media presence.
The photographer and art director behind one of rock's most memorable images explain how the cover came together.
The New York Police Department and a US attorney in North Carolina have begun examining former congressman Anthony Weiner’s alleged sexually suggestive online messages with a teenage girl that were reported by a British media outlet, authorities said Thursday.
"Nirvana's cool, I guess—it's just weird being a part of it," says Spencer Elden, whose image was used on the album's cover.
What was originally a feature that had to be manually flipped on by humans at Facebook is now another portion of the service that’s been yielded to the control of an “algorithm.”
Since Obama's election, the Democratic Party has been absolutely obliterated at the state level. Only eight state governments are completely controlled by Democrats.
Informing the public about science can become nearly indistinguishable from efforts to promote it.
Alcohol can lubricate dealmaking and consensus-building around the world, but it’s particularly powerful in China.
"[The police] asked terrible questions, really offensive stuff. The interrogator seemed convinced I was trafficking in child pornography."
The ascension of "ALF" into sitcom history was not without its bumps. For one, NBC, which quickly understood the show's appeal to children, grew concerned that a beer-drinking, cat-eating alien might be a bad influence.
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That map of Australia you have? It’s wrong. And the whole country is going to officially relocate to correct the error.