Harlow really didn't see that one coming, but has gotten over her fear now.
With a few easy-to-find items, you can discover the archipelago's breathtaking biodiversity, savor its flavors and music, even delight in an island-inspired Thanksgiving.
Two decades later, so many boomers that warned millennials to be careful on the internet seem to have forgotten all their own warnings. Their brains are broken, and that destruction is threatenin...
Millions of Americans will be having Thanksgiving alone thanks to the pandemic
The National Dog Show is back! There are just 600 dogs competing this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, but all are expected to be cute. Unlike other years, there are no spectators and the judge...
Want to prepared for anything? These personal water filters will help make questionable water supplies safe to drink.
How some disturbing real-life news reports about child welfare forced Big Bird to reveal his "imaginary" friend to the residents of Sesame Street — and the world.
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Blessed with sublime talent developed in the slums of Buenos Aires, cabecito negra went on to become everything that defined Argentina's football principles
Despite losing by a wide margin in the national popular vote, the president gobbled up support in the nation's top turkey-producing areas.
A dubious education journal invited me to submit a manuscript that would undergo "rigorous" review. It was far too easy.
Steve Carell is a work-from-home Santa in this ad for Xfinity.
Powell said she would "release the Kraken," but what we got was mostly debunked claims with a bunch of spelling mistakes.
It's for charity, you perverts.
Al Roker was out on the street for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and ran into his old nemesis Butter Man.
The Supreme Court voted 5-4 to bar New York state from reimposing limits on religious gatherings.
The tiny island nation brought huge scientific heft to its attempts to contain and study the coronavirus. Here's what it learnt.
I want a world in which making is accessible to every single human being. Everyone. Everywhere. I want a world where anybody can dream up an idea and build an app, a product or a platform without...
Aliens, coronavirus porn, 5G conspiracies, "Imagine," and other stuff you immediately wiped from your brain.
From insects to toothed whales, here's how extinct members of the species compare to living ones.
The first recorded song of Björk from 1976 doing a cover of "I Love to Love."
The company is taking down Facebook groups trafficking in looted artifacts. Experts want it to preserve the evidence.
They might not be able to talk just yet, but they can be masters at floating in water.
Truly, laughter is the second-best medicine (after the COVID-19 vaccine).
You got to beat people to the punch.
The squirrel was apparently fine the next day, but it's good to be careful not to leave fermented food outside.
Overriding judicial decisions, an important tool in Congress's legislative toolbox, has fallen by the wayside over the last 20 years.
We're seeing countless deals go live on some of our favorite products, so there's no need to wait to get your holiday shopping started.
Dustin Boshers, a casino operations director, reviews the accuracy of famous gambling scenes in movies like "Casino Royale" and "Ocean's 13."
Lithium is crucial for the transition to renewables, but mining it has been environmentally costly. Now a more sustainable source of lithium has been found deep beneath our feet.
How completing video games as fast as possible became a serious competition.
25 years ago this month, "Superpredator" was coined in The Weekly Standard. Media spread the term like wildfire, creating repercussions on policy and culture we are still reckoning with today.
Brent Spiner is a foul-mouthed diva in this "Curb Your Enthusiasm"-like musical comedy short film.
"If you've ever whispered to your cat to 'show the feet, sweetie,' then you're extremely online."
The interface of the internet is currently an annoying mess. According to YouTuber, there's two reasons for that: One, advertisers. Two, people.
The big idea here isn't necessarily the development of a thinking robot, but more so a demonstration of the core concepts of consciousness in hopes we'll gain a better understanding of our own.
With a hyped new album and Givenchy campaign on the way, the rapper reflects on the Atlanta scene that birthed his unusual style.
It started as the American dream of "freedom on wheels," separating residential and commercial buildings. However, the plan hasn't made American cities better and instead cut them off and stunted...
"Gaucho" is an album about people who are all past their prime. We all feel that way right about now.
They're tacky, lazy and an abomination. They're also just what we need.
American food media's focus on national cuisines turns cultures into monoliths as it ignores regional differences in cooking and eating.
After the success of delivery platform Rappi, e-commerce is thriving.
Two weeks before Thanksgiving, coronavirus cases in the United States hit a new daily high Thursday, as more than 163,000 Americans tested positive. So what is the risk level where you live?
We CANNOT believe that the the folks at Bunsters had the audacity to name their product like this. We still wanna try it though.
Here's a visualization of the history of the world's tallest building — and pretty soon the Burj Khalifa will also be dwarfed.
Life in the pond is more chaotic than we'd imagined.
This corgi really loves whipped cream, slowly slithering towards the beloved treat.