Hundreds of thousands of protesters are expected in Washington, DC on Saturday. Follow events with our live updating feed of tweets and photos from people and reporters on the scene.
In Iceland, teenage smoking, drinking and drug use have been radically cut. Why aren't other countries following its lead?
Bill Caswell is a legend amongst automotive enthusiasts for racing cars that should never be raced. Here, the story of him and his team working themselves to the bone to get a BMW E30 into the Baja 1000.
Organizers have reason to exaggerate, but AI and eyes in the sky are starting to provide a much better estimate of how many people show up.
Unlike many liberal LGBT leaders, they’re making inroads with the Trump transition team. They say this, finally, is their moment.
For decades, TV networks have spent millions of dollars on unsold pilots that will never become series. Here’s how they’ve tried to recoup their investment.
Nearly half of all men in the US have some type of genital human papillomavirus infection — and about 25 percent have a type linked to cancer, according to a study appearing Thursday in JAMA Oncology.
"When the family has to cancel a summer holiday to pay for Malcolm's hospital bills they make a cost-benefit analysis that's rarely seen on TV, but happens every day across America."
The awful truth about Wi-Fi is that all too often, it simply does not work. But what is it about these state-of-the-art wireless networks and the devices that connect to them that so often fails? A team of Chinese researchers think they've figured it out.
You blink about 15 to 20 times every single minute. When you do so, you eye actually rolls back in its socket, and then returns to normal when you open your eye. So why don't we feel plunged into darkness and get disoriented 21,000 times (or more) a day?
Proteins work like rigid keys to activate cellular functions — or so everyone thought. Scientists are discovering a huge number of proteins that shape-shift to do their work, upending a century-old maxim of biology.
With Digg on Facebook Messenger, you’ll get the top news and the most interesting stories of the day delivered directly to you. And if that’s not enough, just ask about any topic you want, and Digg will deliver.
Misinformation and political propaganda in the world’s largest democracy often go undetected — until they have brutal real-world impact.
When they were introduced, the Kirkland brand balls instantly ranked among the cheapest on the market. But what made the balls a hot item among fanatical golfers is the revelation that, by some accounts, they perform like rivals that sell for more than twice as much.
Next time you pass a wind turbine, keep your eyes peeled. There might be some brave soul hanging on to one of the massive blades.
The corpse flower takes ten years to build up enough energy to bloom, but mysteriously, dozens of them bloomed within weeks of each other in 2016.
How do you take over the world? Build the coolest, most desirable phone anyone’s ever seen — oh, and everything else too.
Just 6.4 miles of ice are holding an iceberg the size of Delaware onto the floating Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica, and scientists warn it could cleave off the ice-bound continent at any time.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Iceland's secret to curbing teen drug abuse, ranking fast-food chicken nuggets and the world warms yet again.
In conversation with Co.Design, the eminent design researcher Don Norman offers cutting criticism of Silicon Valley's brightest.
Who needs a tow truck when you have a spare tire and a guy with a cigarette willing to sit in the trunk?
From spy planes to cyberattacks to the private lives of foreign leaders, the president gets access to more confidential material than anyone else on the planet. Now, it’s all in Donald Trump’s hands.