The pressure is on for extreme athletes to be constantly producing content.
A new report by the world’s antidoping watchdog has laid out mountainous proof of Russia’s systematic doping from 2011 to 2015, implicating layers of government employees and more than 1,000 athletes in over 30 sports.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most important facts from the past few days. This week: Having a job doesn't make you a good person, memes do not matter and the gadget apocalypse is coming.
Thursday Boot Company offers the rare combination of high quality and honest pricing. Each pair of boots is handcrafted with premium leathers from the best tanneries in North America and Goodyear welt construction that ensures a virtually waterproof seal.
Remember the phone game "2048"? Do you remember foolishly thinking that 2048 was the highest reachable number? Because this guy just proved that very, very wrong.
In the credit sequence, Trump’s name will air after that of “Apprentice” creator Mark Burnett and before Schwarzenegger, who is also an exec producer of the new incarnation along with Page Feldman and Eric Van Wagenen.
The year 2016 was supposed to be a happy one for the National Park Service.
After swerving in front of oncoming traffic to make a pass, the blue car turned hard and spun off the road. As luck would have it, a vehicle full of first responders was already on the scene and ready to help before you could say "stay in your lane."
The South Korean president, Park Geun-hye, is fighting for her political life after MPs on Friday voted by a huge margin to impeach her over a corruption and cronyism scandal that has made her the country’s most unpopular leader since it became a democracy in the late 1980s.
It’s the fantastical tale of a tipsy old lady who’s trampled to death by Santa’s sleigh, and the story behind the song is nearly as good.
Hasan Minaj of "The Daily Show" sits down with the Secretary of the Navy to discuss their biofuel fleet, which republican legislators in oil-rich states are doing everything they can to put an end to.
In a study published last month investigating how sexual history affects a person's attractiveness, researchers determined that both men and women still care about the number of sexual partners a potential mate has had, but the number can vary depending on gender.
Step inside the portal and everything is white, calm, silent: this is where researchers are helping craft the future of virtual reality.
On this day in 1941, nearly 2,500 service members lost their lives after an attack on an American naval base in Hawaii. National Geographic explores the fallen USS Arizona.
There was a lot of bad filmmaking in 2016, but when it was good it was really, really good.
The US fared poorly, as usual, in a worldwide ranking of students’ test scores, but it showed significant gains among disadvantaged teenagers.
These Bluetooth headphones are immune to sweat and deliver top quality, wireless sound to help you power through your toughest workouts.
There are no aliens at America's most famous top-secret military base, but what is there is just as interesting.
The jay will likely get the title, but representatives for the other four final contenders still have plenty to say about the pick.
Half a century after the bathyscape Trieste reached the bottom of the Mariana Trench, Nekton continues to push the boundaries of deep ocean exploration.
A handful of machinists keep these old beasts alive and running for the New York Times, even though spare parts are increasingly hard to find.
When you've run out of ideas, you buy someone else's.
Turns out, Colbert is actually a part of the whole racket: "As these super sleuths... these Da Vinci chodes have figured out, I'm on the Hillary payroll."
An elegy for one of evolution’s marvels.
"Titanfall 2" player Deadlokked has been routinely breaking speed records for the game's tutorial level, but this is just insane. In case you didn't catch it, he's starting to use grenades to launch him to just ludicrous speeds.
How Inception changed the way we listen to movies.
You have two ropes that take an hour to burn but do not burn at constant rates. How do you measure 15 minutes?
Humans are perpetual bullshit machines. Free energy does not exist.
Platinum Drive Realty brings young couples from New York on tours of houses in Scarsdale and other Westchester towns.
Thursday, sources confirmed to various publications that Andrew Puzder, CEO of CK Restaurants (parent company of Hardee's and Carl's Jr.), will serve as Secretary of Labor in the Trump administration. The executive has little government experience, and has been outspoken against President Obama's labor policies. Here's what you need to know.
The "Super Mario" creator/legend has still got it, playing one of the most recognizable gaming songs in the world.
Former astronaut and United States Senator John Glenn passed away in a Columbus, Ohio hospital on Thursday.
They’re zero-emissions. They drive themselves. And they’re longer than a blue whale. Can the humble city bus get a modern makeover?
Warning: if you accidentally swallow a watermelon seed, you may find yourself with a little bundle of joy nine months later.
The strange squabble over Vantablack, a coating that absorbs 99.965 percent of light.
Today, there aren't many Asian film hunks in Hollywood. But in 1915, Sessue Hayakawa was among the first sex symbols.
Remember when you thought to yourself "who needs cursive?" and gave up on practicing your handwriting? It's a good thing you did that, but this robot is making those skills obsolete.
In a lawsuit, shareholders say Andreessen was advising Facebook's CEO when he was supposed to be representing investors.
“Fuck 2016” was the one thing we could agree on, despite everything — a calm center we could all return to. It’s an arbitrary abstract antagonist with which no one can argue.
She also details a scandalous, wine-fueled "moment" she shared with Michael Jackson.