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Why the colorful summer camp staple is making a comeback in 2019.
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I've found a place to clear my head when I'm stressed by my impending deadlines or when a troll emails me a death threat. It's what I wish the internet could always be.
The farthest NFL field goal ever made is 64 yards — why trying to kick any farther than that is nearly impossible to pull off.
I just want what’s best for our beautiful gangly boy
On Thursday, Patrick Byrne, the founder and longtime CEO of former e-tailing giant Overstock.com, resigned, citing his involvement as a federal informant in the investigation of accused Russian spy Maria Butina. That's not the whole story. This is.
They thought college was too soon for lifelong love, so they scheduled their next date for a little later — 60 months.
The most important political book of the past year just might be a grammatically challenged manifesto in favor of nude sunbathing written under the pen name Bronze Age Pervert.
Two prominent critics reveal the less glamorous side of being paid to eat.
"Ready or Not," about a terrified bride running from her wealthy, murderous in-laws, is just the latest entry in a horror subgenre that's grown increasingly popular — for understandable reasons.
An in-depth explainer on the reality TV stars being indicted for tax evasion and accused of extorting their daughter with a sex tape — and that's not even the half of it.
A very weird interview with Stuart Pivar about Epstein, his science parties, his “pathology,” and the industrial scale of it all.
It's an internet fight and only the funniest meme will emerge victorious. This week's challengers? The Popeyes' chicken sandwich, that one weird picture of Goofy and more.
While other cities are jailing drug users, Seattle has found another way.
How did Coco Chanel get mixed up with the Nazis?
Given that we do not have the hand strength required for this, we're going to go ahead and classify it as a bad idea.
A family of street performers could walk on coals. The secret of why they felt no pain could be CRISPR's next trick.
"From getting nightly snuggles from a 200-pound pig — quite literally hogging the bed — to having your sweet baby ejaculate for 10 solid minutes on your motorcycle."
Adolfo Benegas and Eric Bender vanished without a trace on Aconcagua's South Face in 1990. After 29 years of searching, Benegas' brother has found plane wreckage, stranded climbers, other remains and even a haunting. What he hasn't found are answers.
We've watched this a dozen times and we can't spot any video cuts or moments where he pulls out the poker chip and glass and man, what?
Working from remains discovered during archaeological excavations, sculptor and archaeologist Oscar Nilsson combines his two disciplines to reconstruct the faces of people who lived hundreds, thousands, and even tens of thousands of years ago.
It's the latest in a series of extreme heat events demonstrating the influence of a warming world.
Amy's? Lean Cuisine? Hungry-Man? Which brand of microwaveable sadness is least likely to irradiate my intestines?
A bird lover gives a very satisfying belly rub to this delighted magpie.
Charles Sanders Peirce was a brilliant philosopher, mathematician and scientist. His polymathic work should be better known
"We got cheated by some 20-year-old kid."
Unlike many of the '60s pop gems Tarantino lifted out of semi-obscurity for his kaleidoscopic love letter to 1969 and Manson Family lore, this track won't be familiar to most Boomer-aged viewers.
A man travels deep into Mordovia to hear a very unique language.
"They are killing our rivers, our sources of life, and now they have set our reserve on fire," the indigenous woman said.
Has Netflix lost its glow along with its "Friends"? Can it, in the long term, retain its streaming crown? Or is its atypical business model just a house of cards?
A worker trying to save a tent from the wind ended up being lifted up and thrown into the building.
Since electric vehicles can recover energy through regenerative braking rather than wasting that energy as heat in a traditional braking system, the extra weight the dump truck carries on the way down a hill actually delivers more energy to the batteries than the truck used on the way up.
A rash of marijuana thefts has Seattle growers wondering: Is the government leading the thieves right to them?
He and his brother, Charles Koch, helped to build a massive conservative network of donors to support libertarian-leaning economic policies.
The "new" Seven Wonders of the World attract millions of travelers every year. Some people are blown away by the sites, like the spectacular cloud forest that shrouds Machu Picchu or the exquisite marble carvings of the Taj Mahal. Others leave unimpressed by the so-called wonders and leave reviews on the Internet to prove it.
According to a lawsuit, Ukrainian tycoon Ihor Kolomoiskiy managed to become the largest land-holder of commercial real estate in downtown Cleveland, without anyone realizing it.
For several days this spring, I lived my life through this Invasive Firefox, which logged every site I visited, all the advertising tracking servers that were watching my surfing and all the data they obtained.
Five years ago, Simen Ådnøy Ellingsen had challenged accepted knowledge from 1887, armed with a pen and paper, and won. He solved a problem regarding the so-called Kelvinangle in boat wakes, which has been unchallenged for 127 years.
Never before has Britain had so many qualified graduates. And never before have their qualifications amounted to so little.
Scarlett Johansson is a talented actor. If only she weren't constantly trying to play roles that were specifically written *not* for her.
The Amazon rainforest is not the only place on fire right now.
A coterie of intimidating lawyers. A bullet delivering a message. Even, it is alleged, a cat's severed head in the front yard of the editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair. Such were the tools the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein is said to have used to try to soften news coverage and at times stave off journalistic scrutiny altogether.
For Phil Smith's family, the experience living in Disney World back in the late 60s was less like living in the Magic Kingdom and more like living in the wilderness.
A couple used a doll to fake a baby's birth and death, the student who manipulated her lonely high school teachers to cheat and more of this week's best scam and hoax stories.
How did a Bavarian professor end up creating a group that would be at the center of two centuries of conspiracy theories?
A little girl from Puerto Rico was having a little trouble on kicking through a board.
"Avengers: Endgame" is a three-hour movie with 70+ characters. Which one of them got the most time on screen?
A YouTuber vacationing in Europe books a plane ticket for the cheapest destination and sees where it will take him.
Now you see her. Now you don't.
We don't know much about this lad, other than the fact that his entire body and particularly his shins appear to be harder than steel.
Ty Schmitt captures some beautiful images from the sky.
You can say many things about this unusual contraption, but "unoriginal" is definitely not one of them.
Here we present four useful and excellent-looking appliances that will make your dorm room tastier.
Pinhole cameras are about as old as it gets when it comes to photography, but you can harness that primitive tech to make incredible images with this awesome 18-36mm lens.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
A Raleigh Willard 2 is fast like a road bike and tough like an off-road bike, with tires that handle both terrains.
"The worst has to be death threats or threats of sexual violence with really graphic footage."
Head back to school with one of these four laptops that don’t break the bank yet take care of business.
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