Jared Kushner is only the latest politico to look like a doof on a visit to the front lines.
Seventeen years ago, Papa Roach's teen-angst smash was inescapable on MTV. Now, partially thanks to a joke about Paul Ryan, it has become an unofficial anthem of the owned.
Artist John Edmark doesn't consider himself a sculptor. He sees himself as an investigator, seeking novel questions with unintuitive answers.
To raise money for Unicef and Starlight Children's Foundation, John Boyega planned one very cute prank.
While most of the great choruses of the 20th — from "Be My Baby" to "Livin' on a Prayer" to "I Want It That Way" — have gotten their decades of due, it's time that to start figuring out the new canon.
Shane Godfrey contracted a nasty bout of the flu that had him laid up in the hospital for over five weeks and also caused him to lose a tremendous amount of weight. Upon his return home, his canine pal Willie didn't even recognize him. It was only after one good whiff that the pooch put two and two together.
An orthodox Christian says his side has lost the culture wars — and argues for a “strategic retreat.”
Days after Xavier Jugelé was killed in a shooting on Paris' Champs Elysées, Jugelé's husband Etienne Cardiles delivered a gutting eulogy for his fallen partner.
The "media bubble" trope might feel overused by critics of journalism who want to sneer at reporters who live in Brooklyn or California and don’t get the “real America” of southern Ohio or rural Kansas. But it’s no exaggeration — in fact, it’s more extreme than you might realize.
The New Inquiry has made an extremely precise but only halfway-serious interactive map of "White Collar Crime Risk Zones."
A Philadelphia robber conducted some seemingly effective exercises before stealing from a Dunkin' Donuts. In the video, the perpetrator pauses in the parking lot, does a few stretches, and then leaps over the counter.
As with many things that get a lot of retweets and shares, the video of Thom Yorke shimmying to Daddy Yankee's 2004 hit isn't real, but it's still great.
This chart shows how weekly incomes for workers 25 and older vary by education level, gender, and race/ethnicity. Each bar represents an education level — less than high school, high school, some college, bachelor's degree, and advanced degrees.
Theremin is a notoriously difficult instrument to play — in part because you don't actually touch it while you're playing it — but Carolina Eyck makes all the tricky passages in "The Ecstasy of Gold" look easy.
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The crowd-funded news platform aims to combat fake news by combining professional journalism with volunteer fact checking: "news by the people and for the people."
Upon crossing the finish line, the duo manning the aptly named "Maniac 313" boat overestimated a harsh turn while powering through choppy waters.
For the past five centuries being black has meant collectively experiencing grief in ways that the rest of society does not understand and cannot fully comprehend.
Insys Therapeutics executives suffered multiple arrests for bribing doctors to prescribe its fentanyl-based pain medication while funding anti-weed campaigns and developing its own lab-made THC drug.
Juicero spent $120M over two years to build a complex supply chain and perfectly engineered product that is too expensive for their target demographic.
You're not going to die if you don't eat vegetables. But don't expect your life to be enjoyable or as long as those who do.
We can't help but admire this guy for putting himself in harm's way for the sole purpose of making fun of that terrible Pepsi ad.
The President's daughter, and now advisor, received boos and hisses in Berlin after praising her father's "advocacy" of women and family issues.
Today Atlantic City has a reputation as a destination for coach-loads of seniors looking to spend a day at the slots. But when Parker Brothers first produced Monopoly in 1935 it was one of the most luxurious and famous resorts in America.
The inflatable ball race was marred by shenanigans, and Jazz Bear was having absolutely none of it.
Mark Zuckerberg now acknowledges the dangerous side of the social revolution he helped to start. But is the most powerful tool for connection in human history capable of adapting to the world it created?