Hillary Clinton warns the Nation of the dangers of Trump in her DNC speech, two cops were shot in San Diego, the FBI investigates another Democrat group hack, and more.
Jul 25, 2016
"I'd rather you felt strongly one way or the other than not at all."
The new e-book, Pounded by the Pound, imagines a steamy, post-Brexit hellscape starring a guy and his giant, living British Pound coin companion.
The use of kambo—the poison of a bright green frog—is on the rise as an alternative treatment for depression and drug dependency. But does it actually work?
Available from Amazon and popular in prison, these phones carry reviews like: "No anal problems!!! Didn't hurt my bum at all thanks guys :)"
It's really handy to have a demo specialist around when you suddenly need a wire stripper in the jungle.
"To see so many people sharing and buying a Donald Trump porn book that I wrote drunk is pretty cool," says Elijah Daniel.
Colombian director Ciro Guerra's critically acclaimed new movie tells the story of the invasion of the sacred jungle from an indigenous perspective.
The safety claim isn't completely unwarranted, as the self-balancing scooters have been known to periodically explode.
Amazon's adaption of Philip K. Dick's alternate history classic is the network's best drama yet.
Thanks to the rise in internet shopping and on-demand printing, anyone with a computer can turn themselves into a grief entrepreneur.
After helping drive brick-and-mortar bookshops out of business, the tech giant launched its first physical store in Seattle.
They traipse around Manaus in heavy black bodices and chunky black boots attracting the sun like a moody solar panel.
Probably the best thing being sold on Amazon right now.
Throw away your e-readers now.
Changes in the economy don't just wreck lives; they can alter the structure of how we see the world around us.
"That's one thing about this job," says Kerry, her long blue nails resting on the steering wheel. "You get amazing sunsets."
Unsurprisingly, this ended up being really annoying.
Following 2014's "EroticaGate," sex-with-monsters books are still going strong.
To beat a nasty nitrous addiction, Harvard and Stanford grad Lilith Starr turned to Satan.
This week, Brazil arrested a man who may be responsible for up to 20 percent of illegal cuttings in the Amazon over the past few years. That's good, but until the country strictly enforces conservation laws this is just a Hydra problem.
Amazon.com's Marketplace allows people from around the world to sell goods online, and some of those products are tied to hate groups.
These workers travel the country, sightseeing and staying overnight in RV parks while laboring in low-wage temp jobs—and at least some of them love the lifestyle.
Hey, guess what—it's Christmas Eve, it's 8:30 PM, and no, there isn't anything I can do about the fact that all your presents are sitting in a package holding center because your neighbor didn't sign for them.