The implosion of the daily fantasy industry is a bro-classic tale of hubris, recklessness, political naïveté and a kill-or-be-killed culture.
In this lighthearted portrait of his family’s rescue dog, author Richard Gilbert explores the larger bond between human and animal.
An utterly inept man gets lost in the West for 37 days. What happens next is, believe it or not, why America created its first national park.
Mic cables or extension cords have a nasty habit of turning into gigantic, day-ruining knots. The "roadie method" is a simple as heck way to avoid all that.
In the capital city Tokyo, nearly 8.7 million people take the subway every day. And sometimes, to fit everyone into a subway car, a subway pusher is needed.
Artist Boris Divider's "Spheral.dome" audiovisual project uses electronic and drone music to trigger the reactive, generative projections on the ceiling. It's all very pretty and makes us feel like kids again, going to the planetarium for the first time.
A surprisingly high number of scientific papers in the field of genetics contain errors introduced by Microsoft Excel, according to an analysis recently published in the journal Genome Biology.
Welcome to Today In 2016, your daily digest of all things election. Today: Trump's true motivation for running, Hillary's email scandal continues, and the Trump campaign expands in... Israel?
Will virtual-reality re-creations of experiences with deceased loved ones become an increasingly common part of the modern grieving and remembrance process?
Sorry to break it to ya, but being a pirate was no fun at all. They slept in small, dank living quarters, covered in urine, with dried wheat blocks infested with weevils as sustenance. A lot of them died from a vitamin deficiency that caused their teeth to fall out and blood to pour out of their mucus membranes. At least they had beer?
She hasn't done a press conference in a while, but that doesn't mean she isn't making news. Check here to see the latest on the Democratic candidate.
Clemson University and the National Park Service have released the Open Parks Network, a digital gallery of rare and unique material from the archives of the country’s national parks, historic sites and battlefields.
Successful businesspeople make the most out of the numbers available to them. If you're to succeed in the business world, you're going to need how to crunch and effectively analyze data. This course
A new generation of wrestlers that has pushed WWE into an era that’s always on the verge of physical violence. How long can it last?
James and Britney Spears carpool through Los Angeles, chatting about her desire to have a whole bunch more kids and the strange aliases she uses when checking into hotels.
On August 24, a tornado swept through the Markland Mall in Kokomo, Indiana and destroyed a popular coffee spot.
At just 23, Chance The Rapper has already earned the love and respect of his elders. He's so positive he seems to walk around on a beam of light, even though he comes from an American city going through one of its darkest chapters. And yet that light just keeps getting brighter. This is Chance's moment, nobody else speak.
Even if you’re a frequent flier, you can no longer rely on a free first class upgrade. But you can beat the system. Here’s how.
After a Dengue Fever scare several years ago, the Florida Keys Mosquito Control Board has been trying to add a new tool to its already well-equipped arsenal for combating the Zika-carrying Aedes aegypti mosquito: Genetically modified mosquitoes from a British company called Oxitec. But families there aren't up for the experiment.
Turns out Steph Curry has crafted the perfect Dad shoe. They've got form. They've got function. You can even wear them to a picnic or family barbecue!
Stephen Bannon’s enrollment is an apparent violation of crucial swing state’s election law requiring voters to be legal residents of county they register in.
Experts on civil wars say there are several reasons Syria is “a really, really tough case” that defies historical parallels.
In the 1980s, the US Navy proposed and built a 35-acre, multimillion-dollar homeport at Stapleton, a neighborhood on Staten Island’s northeastern waterfront, to permanently station a fleet of ships potentially armed with nuclear warheads.
Jose Canseco, the muscle-bound former baseball outfielder who exposed baseball’s rampant steroid use and nearly blew off his middle finger with a handgun, has now developed a cult following after some of his contrarian predictions about financial markets came true.