The shiny skyscraper, 10 stories shorter than Trump claims, is a monument to the man’s bronzed and exaggerated style.
The GTA Intergroup, a central organizing hub for AA groups in Toronto, has essentially kicked out all atheist groups who have changed traditional AA language by taking out the word "God" from the Twelve Steps.
If you're going to do one thing, do it really damn well. Just like this wire-bending, spring-making machine.
Proper Cloth is making it remarkably easy to get made-to-measure shirts. Between their sizing algorithm that creates a custom shirt size in seconds to their Design A Shirt tool that lets you customize every detail, everything is done online. No wonder they’re the highest-rated online shirtmaker on Google.
Four generations of the Zarzycki family have lived behind or above their funeral home, starting with founder Agnes Zarzycki, the first woman funeral director of Polish descent in Chicago. Today, 101-year-old Zarzycki Manor Chapels is still run by women, who are upholding old traditions — like conducting funeral services in Polish — while bringing in new ideas to keep their business going for the next century.
How we eat is already being "disrupted" by tech in various ways. A new service is looking recommend meals and deliver you food... after they analyze your DNA.
Though it looks exhausting, the "vertical walking contraption" requires 10 percent less energy than walking up stairs. It has a much smaller footprint than escalators and elevators, both in terms of size and also carbon footprint. Still, we have some questions for the Dutch researchers who built this thing: For one, what happens if you get caught behind a slowpoke? A traffic jam?
The Silicon Valley company, which had bounced back from near bankruptcy in 1997 to become the world’s most valuable company today, told investors on Tuesday night that it had sold $215.6 billion worth of iPhones, Watches, Mac computers and other products in the last year.
Welcome to Today In 2016, your daily digest of all things election. Today: President Obama probably wasn't telling the whole truth about Hillary's emails, Trump's lost reality show, and the liberal activist who worked with Breitbart.
For a long time, researchers thought there were just two types of Galápagos iguanas. When they discovered a third at Plaza Sur, they basically did a double-take.
If you're looking for a chance to catch up with literally every character from the first seven seasons, this jam-packed trailer is a good place to start.
Unable to wait two days for the full reveal of the new MacBook Pro? Well here's a few newly leaked images that depict a touchscreen where the function keys normally are.
You'd think that two infinities would always be the same size — infinite. But as YouTuber Undefined Behavior cleverly explains with Pokémon, one infinity can be larger than another. We're going to go take a nap now.
What can be more important than brunch on a Saturday? An urban safari to see NYC's wild Monk Parakeets.
When you die, do you want to be buried or cremated? If the architect Katrina Spade gets her Urban Death Project to work, you might have a third option: compost.
Being a rockstar is probably the only career where you can turn to your customers and say "Hey, you should do my job for me!" and they'll be happy about it.
Can a simple idea, once absorbed into the maw of the workplace-advice industry, survive even when the science doesn't hold up?
In 1960, a Cambridge parapsychologist dressed in a bed-sheet attempted to haunt the audience of an X-rated film. His bizarre experiment accidentally explored the limits of human perception to reveal one of our mind’s strangest quirks.
Restoration, gentrification, and planned communities can be just as scary as ghouls, goblins, and ghosts.
"I did this because I’ve always been excited about video games and because, frankly, when your job is a grind, you will take chances if you know it’ll get your fellow gamers online to like you."
To be fair, filmmaker Matteo Bertoli did some post production work on the footage, which was shot in 4K. But post can only get you so far if the raw footage isn't already great.
Over the last 15 years, "Fast & Furious" movies have turned into globe-trotting, nitrous-blasting adventures. The first movie was a lot simpler, and it wore a real fondness for LA landmarks and fashion on its sleeve.
Google co-founder Larry Page has put money into two flying car companies. One company, Zee.Aero, keeps a hangar that a stubby little plane-like vehicle was just seen taxiing near.
Recordings of Donald J. Trump reveal a man who is fixated on his own celebrity, anxious about losing his status and contemptuous of those who fall from grace.
Xiaomi recruited noted French designer Philippe Starck to lead the design effort — which, frankly, with a display like this basically left him to just say "keep it simple, stupid" for the rest of the device.