From skyscraper bridges to glass domes, an intoxicating glimpse at how New York might have looked.
Figuring out what the hell happened to Eastern Airlines Flight 980 decades after it crashed, how the heir to American white supremacy changed his mind, and more of the best long reads of the week.
The CIA’s abstract art collection isn’t quite as "secret" as a series of articles have made it seem — but it’s more politically significant than it appears, and there are still unanswered questions. Here, photographs of the collection are accessible to the public for the first time.
Framing that poster, print or photo used to require multiple trips to the mall or custom frame shop. Now, you can customize a museum-quality frame online and have it shipped to your door. See how Level uses technology to make your walls look amazing.
The "Saturday Night Live" versions of Donald and Hillary go at it one more time, and one thing is for certain: Tom Hanks probably would have been a better debate moderator than Chris Wallace.
“I’m not ex-LulzSec, I’m not ex-FBI, I’m a security researcher,” Hector Monsegur (aka Sabu) says.
Weeks after Donald Trump denied ever inappropriately touching women during the second debate, more accusers continue to come forward. Here's a full list.
This is a bad decision. There's literally no way things turn out better for you here.
"Depending where you are in the California, you’re in the hole by at least $50,000 before you even put a shovel in the ground."
Geothermal heat pumps use hot rocks deep in the ground as a heat source to generate electricity. But if you could build a heat pump that taps liquid hot rocks, or magma, then you might really be in business.
What is "we're not so different after all"?
The latest chips from Intel have silicon transistors with features as small as 14 nanometers. Theoretically you can have a feature as small as a single atom, but before you reach that point — at about 7 nanometers, things get weird. But what if we ditch silicon, and build computers using transistors made of carbon nanotubes?
I can’t stop thinking about whether any of my bullets ever took out a civilian. In the murky world of modern warfare, I’m far from the only one.
Good luck sleeping with the knowledge that somewhere, out there in the dark of night, David Pumpkins and his two b-boy skeletons are dancing awkwardly.
A former guard and a pastor at Holman prison speak of stabbings, riots and abuse, aggravated by overcrowding and slim staff that live in fear.
Over the next 15 months, tests will determine whether millions of gallons of wastewater can be purified to drinking water quality and injected into the ground.
With this video screen capture extension, Just click record and start talking. And when you're done, share your videos directly to Slack, JIRA, HipChat, or just paste your video URL anywhere you want.
Yahoo's open_nsfw neural network scores images on a scale of to on their suitability for use in the workplace. So what happens if you flip the network around and use it to generate new images?
In an increasingly digital world, people are still willing to spend huge amounts on analogue timepieces. The question is, why?
We've found the real life "Rocket Power" squad and they are way more adorable than we had imagined. Woogity woogity woogity.
Why do the times of some of the best amateur marathoners in America keep getting worse?
Missed out on your daily dose of existential terror for the day? No worries! This video has you covered.
Before pasteurization, nearly every beer made was touched with some degree of unintentional sour.
"Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk" shows the promise and failure of high-frame-rate cinema.
More than a fifth of American men — about 20 million people — between 20 and 65 had no paid work last year.
We don't care what MinuteEarth has to argue for why this "makes sense." This is still fucked.
Even as more people gain access to basic financial services, a large segment of the population is still financially invisible.
Bruce Gold has got few possessions, besides scores of shells and other flotsam and jetsam collected on the beach, and two-dozen surfboards ranging from a rare Midget Farrelly single fin to a Joel Tudor fish.
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Everything you need to know about playing Minecraft with your kid...or alone.
In 1943, fed up with modernist poetry, two Australian army officers invented a fake poet and submitted a collection of deliberately senseless verses to a Melbourne arts magazine. To their delight, the poems were published and their author was hailed as "one of the most remarkable and important poetic figures of this country."