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Amash is the first GOP congressperson to call for the president's removal from office.
Ellie the Golden Retriever paws down a tree being planted in the most hysterical way.
Passerby were shocked to see a section of Times Square burst into flames.
I have been thinking, like so many people this week, about rage. Who I’m mad at, what that anger’s good for, how what makes me maddest is the way the madness has long gone unrespected, even by those who have relied on it for their gains.
You wouldn’t be blamed if you had forgotten about Quora, the question-and-answer machine that comes up immediately when Googling for, say, why rich people are so frugal or whether it’s okay to let your cat live outside if you don’t value it. But Silicon Valley now considers Quora — something of a relic of a quainter era on the internet — a $2 billion company, Recode has learned.
The "Silence of the Lambs" author Thomas Harris, overshadowed by the cannibal he invented, has kept a low profile for over 40 years.
When seen from another angle, Arnold Schwarzenegger's attacker goes down hard, like he ran into a wall.
I’ve discovered a life-saving device that allows cyclists to protect themselves and take back the road: the pool noodle.
When his owner wasn't looking, Tolya tried to steal a piece of cake.
The assault was caught on camera by one of his fans.
When Walmart’s US CEO Greg Foran invokes words like "fierce," "good" and "clever" in speaking almost admiringly about one of his competitors, he’s not referring to Amazon.
In Nevada's legislature, women outnumber the men — a first in the nation. Carson City may never be the same.
Sabika Sheikh, a Muslim exchange student from Pakistan with dreams of changing the world, struck up an unlikely friendship with an evangelical Christian girl. The two became inseparable—until the day a fellow student opened fire.
Artisanal versions of Twitter and Facebook hope to keep the good while jettisoning the bad.
You'll get all tingly for this retro hotel at the airport.
Joan Mellera had a brilliant idea after watching some nature programming.
How did hunger for the humble vanilla pod lead to greed, crime and riches?
How Philadelphia became "the city that bombed itself."
A neat explainer to building a toy bug for your desk.
A high-profile bill that would have boosted allowable home building near mass transit and in single-family neighborhoods across California was held in a Senate fiscal committee, ending a battle that has attracted significant attention around the state.
The millennial icon and would-be pop music champion is still plugging away, still cutting to all the feels.
The vacation rental industry is mired in claims that it harms neighborhoods and housing markets. Can a nonprofit co-op make the tourist trend a community asset?
uBiome's founder lied about her age to be on two Business Insider "young entrepreneur" lists.
A generation was tricked into drinking poorly flavored seltzer, but there’s a better option
The show that Regis Philbin built is finally saying goodbye.
Keanu Reeves always seems to have the best answers.
A legend is finally put to rest by a determined YouTuber.
Rock samples from the island suggest it’s a strange hybrid that represents a whole new way for the planet to make volcanoes.
Scott Hubbard does the performance of a lifetime with his phone.
Forget about those heavy aerosol sprays you'd typically use when nature calls: LooLoo is an automatic toilet freshener that detects your body heat and sprays a blend of essential oils onto the water, trapping unwanted scents beneath the surface.
Featuring insulated storage for up to three liters of water, and plenty of room for this is a solid backpack for long hikes on hot days.
Woods has reclaimed golf's spotlight heading into the P.G.A. Championship, but his stardom has not produced a diverse array of stars, which some had predicted.
If we’re looking for an explanation of why today's teens are having less sex than previous generations, there’s this: Many of them spend months or even years dating without ever meeting face to face.
This four-shelf rolling cart slides into any half-foot wide space to up your apartment’s utility.
Marc Schwartz is the radio announcer for the Somerset Patriots, a minor league team in New Jersey — and he's also got some solid hand-eye coordination.
Almost everyone I know is down on San Francisco these days, and for good reason. Few can envision a future here.
One is a portable battery, one is a portable solar panel and one is an unbreakable weatherproof boombox. You are powerless no more.
The Palestinian sperm smugglers, teenage life inside an Israeli military training camp and other best photos of the week.
Evolve Electric Skateboards has an all-terrain version with a 25 mph top speed.
Your typical ketchup has so much sugar it is basically a dessert. Thankfully, True Made Foods has cracked the code on how to bring the flavor but leave out all the added sugar.
Bless these lads in British Columbia.
It's an internet fight and only the funniest meme will emerge victorious. This week's challengers? That gender-swapping Snapchat filter, the sex strike, boys locker rooms vs. girls locker rooms and more.
While we wish we knew what was going on here, there is also a lot of poetry in not knowing.
A crew of thrillseekers practices their accuracy landing in one of the most beautiful places in the world.
The high school teacher who ran a cheating business in college, the rise of virtual kidnappings and more of this week's best scam and hoax stories.
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"Game of Thrones" made some very controversial choices with Daenerys Targaryen's character in the series' penultimate episode, "The Bells." Here's our roundup of the best takes on whether those choices worked or made no sense.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
Fulton & Roark practically invented solid cologne — the premium alternative to traditional sprays. Now you can try all 8 fragrances for just $16. Plus, each sample pack comes with a $16 credit for your next purchase.
In the wake of competitive moves by Facebook and Kickstarter and through the lead-up to the launch of the company's new creator plans, Digg spoke to Patreon users across creative disciplines and income levels to see what they think the platform's strengths and weaknesses are.
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