Texas Republican Louie Gohmert is in favor of building a Noah's Ark-like spaceship but is not in favor of putting gay people on it.
Beloved World Heritage sites all over the world might disappear forever, thanks to climate change.
Kenyatta Cheese, one of the founders of the world's foremost meme website, tells us how to explain dat boi to our grandmas.
Why even the best artificially intelligent computer vision can't detect mirror selfies.
Will millennials abandon the world's oldest profession, or is there a way to move escorting into the app-enabled future?
Three captured crocs have been confirmed to be feral Nile interlopers.
Do ride-hailing startups help decrease carbon emissions?
Techno DJ and recording artist Atenes talks about her telephone-based modular synthesizer, The Exchange.
Meet the people who, for one reason or another, refuse to use the taxi app.
The costs of calling VR a bogus trend and being wrong are too high.
A roster of nutrition-myth-busting studies were published this week.
Perch Live makes it easier than ever to catch people acting sketchy, if you're into that sort of thing.
At the New Museum's annual Seven on Seven conference, the artist and technologist exposed the audience to itself.
Four years later, the 2012 LinkedIn breach just got way worse.
And the results are promising.
Dudes Helping Dudes is a closed group where men can begin to articulate their emotions, one Facebook post at a time.
A "quantum leap" from "taking soft tissue from the arm or leg and wrapping it in a tube to make it look genitalia-like."
The Center For Applied Rationality wants to help humans make better choices.
Dietary supplement beverages continue to flood the market. Here's what it's like to drink "functional tonics" for a week.
Here are a few highlights in the hunt for a male contraceptive revolution.
Here's how to act when someone's nudes get leaked.
That is a lot of effort to find out when some poetry was written, but kudos to the research team behind this.
Basic income has been proven to work, and we're going to need it when robots replace 47 percent of the workforce by 2033.
The infamous hacker Andrew Auernheimer found a bunch of easy-to-hack billboards.