One of the nation's top legal experts says: "A Trump appointment will very much solidify the power of corporations and businesses on the Supreme Court."
Earth may gain a new minimoon later this year, or the object could be a decades-old rocket booster.
If you begin either movie and see nothing but beautifully-scored blackness for a couple of minutes, don't worry — just hum along to the theme tune and wait for the typography to begin. This fon...
We hope Nintendo is watching this guy's video and taking down notes.
Former detective Brett Hankison was indicted on three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment.
The 73.5-foot wave Gabeira surfed in Nazaré, Portugal was the biggest wave anyone surfed in the 2019-20 winter season.
The four-day work week sounds like a fantastic idea, and in some cases, it really could work — but in all too many, it's still an impossible dream.
An artist-activist catalogues the physical remnants and political legacies of "segregation walls," unassuming bits of racist infrastructure that hide in plain sight in American neighborhoods.
Pump the jams without ever having to deal with a wire again. Not only are the earbuds themselves wireless, but the case charges using the Qi standard.
With mall vacancies accelerating amid a surge in online shopping, landlords are quickly looking for other ways to reuse the empty space.
The richest man in the world hasn't issued a single grant for the $10 billion climate fund he announced seven months ago.
Dr. Anthony Fauci and Senator Rand Paul have a tense exchange about herd immunity at a Senate hearing on Wednesday.
That's a good boy.
"I thought we were doing a good thing, and after we altered the course of US politics and i made enough money to retire at 27, I realized I was wrong."
Milo the parrot and tis owner have a delightful way of playing with each other.
Colonial exploitation made the indigenous Aztec people disproportionately vulnerable to epidemics. Indigenous accounts show their perspective.
Dumbbells are impossibly expensive right now, thanks in large part to resellers taking advantage of a shortage.
How manufacturers tried to sell consumers on a tiny DVD disc which was 8 centimetres in diameter.
A teenager asked that age-old question on TikTok, creating a viral backlash, and then, a thoughtful scientific debate.
It's so thick that it almost looks like a smoke screen.
We are nothing but a tiny speck of dust in a universe of giants.
Here's a data visualization that shows that the majority of America's economic output is concentrated in and around its largest cities.
The first sign for Hala Khouri that something dangerous, if not exactly new, was spreading in her world of health practitioners was "Plandemic," a viral video filled with misinformation and consp...
This insane paint job demonstrates the magic of thermochromatic pigments.
These are TIME's 100 most influential pioneers, leaders, titans, artists and icons of 2020.
The acclaimed director has an unimpeachable body of work, but why isn't it more extensive? The answer lies in the long list of movies and TV shows that he hasn't made.
From the creator of "The Haunting of Hill House" comes a new ghost story loosely based on the 1898 horror novella "The Turn of the Screw." "The Haunting of Bly Manor" will be released on Netflix ...
The cicada killer has a stinger like a syringe, at an eye-popping 1 ⅝ inch in length. How does that feel jabbed into your skin?
The weird pandemic summer is over. What's the big idea in America this fall?
Can you even fire a gun like this or will the other gun be destroyed?
Storms have popped up in this record-breaking hurricane season at such a breakneck pace that forecasters ran out of names and were forced to move on the Greek alphabet. But one of the storms with...
In his new book, "Three-Ring Circus: Kobe, Shaq, Phil, And The Crazy Years of the Lakers Dynasty," Jeff Pearlman reveals the inner workings of the Kobe-Shaq dynasty, full of behind-the-scenes inf...
Humans tend to fare poorly at predicting how we are going to feel in the future—and often totally misjudge what will make us happy.
The Zuse Z4, a digital computer built in 1945 and currently preserved at the Deutsches Museum in Munich, finally has a manual to fully reveal its secrets.
Fall equinox for 2020 is here, that day when you get equal amounts of daylight and darkness. Except it's not as equal as you think.
Why is London filled with oddly shaped buildings like "The Cheesegrater" and "The Shard"?
Research on how the brain processes memories suggests that people who can afford more novel experiences will recall having lived for a longer time on Earth.
How Uniqlo became the world's third-largest fashion retailer.
In 1990 "The Flash" was unlike anything that had ever been seen on network television. John Wesley Shipp and Danny Bilson reflect on the history of the beloved show and its long legacy.
What would a piano sound like if you replaced the strings with guitar string on all of its notes?
The new coronavirus seems so strange because it has our full attention in a way most viruses don't.
The US Supreme Court changed size seven times in its first 80 years, from as few as five justices to as many as 10. Now, some argue it's time to revisit the issue.
This guy tries to see if his wife will notice that he swapped out her car for a different one.
Millions of human artifacts circle the Earth. Can we clean them up before they cause a disaster?
Here's why COVID-19 patients lose their senses of smell and taste, potentially permanently.
YouTuber I Like To Make Stuff tries his best to create a shelter that's portable, rain-resistant and lightweight.
At 15 months old, he's already a better climber than most of us.