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Like Libby in "Fleishman Is in Trouble," I never pictured myself here. But despite all the self-deprecating jokes, I'm happy.
The FBI's former chief New York spy hunter now faces shocking accusations. Is the career of Charlie McGonigal a simple case of revolving-door greed, or could it be something worse?
Exxon, BP, and the rest of the oil industry aren't prepared for competition from renewables.
"The shit you do is absolutely enormous."
"You are over the daily limit for sending Tweets."
Tech companies are offering more access to key documentation and tools. But giants like Apple and Microsoft are still lobbying hard against repair laws.
The director says he isn't usually fazed by famous people — but c'mon, it's Paul McCartney.
Watch the stars of new M. Night Shyamalan horror "Knock at the Cabin" pick from a set of scary scenarios.
The "How I Met Your Mother" finale left a lot to be desired — but the episode could have been saved if one important scene hadn't been deleted.
Hope of finding survivors quickly dwindling as volunteers in rebel-held Syria plead for search and rescue equipment.
Researchers say food and energy security boosts prospects for civilisation to continue, along with Vanuatu, Iceland and Solomon Islands.
Beloved television painter Carl Nargle thinks he has it all — until a young new artist comes along.
With the discovery of several more moons around the gas giant, Jupiter has narrowly beat out Saturn as the moon king. For now, at least.
Systemic problems will not be solved by representational victories.
As the number of Netflix subscribers continues to grow over time, so does their library of exclusive movies. Which are the most popular? Here's a cool chart showing what everyone is really watching.
Here how you can try to gauge when a recession is going to start, and when it's going to end.
The premiere of the film is over, and the first impressions are online. Do people think this is a good start to the Marvel Cinematic Universe's phase five?
It's one of the things that's come out of the House Oversight Committee's hearing with three former Twitter executives.
Netflix's latest series shows what happens when the emergency phone in the White House gets the call. The Night Agent then steps into action.
If we always give the octopus our keys, we won't need to search for them before we leave.
A group of canines are out to get revenge against a despicable human, played by Will Forte, who's constantly trying to get rid of his pup.
Artificial intelligence like ChatGPT is often wrong, and yet it's somehow always certain, even tending to double down on incorrect answers. Sound familiar?
Cokie the Bear was more than ready for her close-up with Elizabeth Banks for Variety's "Cocaine Bear" cover.
JK Brickworks's never ending Domino ring contains 64 pieces and a revolving ramp that'll spin forever, or until you ask it to stop.
New York-based art collective MSCHF is back with another outlandish shoe, the Big Red Boot, this time blending high fashion with the cartoon world.
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