Watch an aerospace engineer give a Martian cooking class.
The mass of people searching for the domestic hate group is right up there with the number of searches for the internet's longtime traffic barometer, Kim Kardashian.
BlowCast, which is being billed as the 'iTunes of blowjobs,' allows users to download a simulated blowjob for $1 each.
The history of climate change negotiations was initiated with the support of the Republicans during the Reagan and senior Bush administrations.
Scientist Sonam Wangchuk found a way to bring relief to the region's high-altitude villages when the glacial melt they relied upon for fresh water had dried up completely.
Think of it like a microscopic IV with no physical traces.
Robots might improve your sex life, but will they take you on romantic dates to Cheesecake Factory?
On an all new episode of CYBERWAR, we investigate the hack of July 2015 to find out what motivated the hacking group.
Here's what happened when Trump's chief strategist was given a mock Earth.
The story of the "Tinder infiltrator."
A global conference of senior military and intelligence officials taking place in London this week reveals how governments increasingly view social media as "a new front in warfare" and a tool for the Armed Forces.
In October, American forces in the Middle East had at least two aircraft capable of jamming radio signals used by insurgents to trigger bombs on the ground.
Take a tour of the 'Noah's Ark' of agricultural diversity, designed to safely store over 4.5 million crop samples.
Scientists discuss their biggest concerns for President Trump's impact on STEM research.
The group known as Cozy Bear is back with a wave of attacks trying to get into the computer of US government employees, academics, and think tank workers.
Advertising came to Instagram with sponsored posts in 2014. Now it's teaming up with brands and retailers to make it easier for us to spend money—by tagging items we can then buy with one click.
Facing protests over the environment, Obama killed the Keystone XL pipeline. Now it could be back.
"We've become fundamentally confused about what the decisions are, and what their consequences are."
Instead of adding more election coverage to the thousands upon thousands of stories to be published shortly, we're dedicating the site to stories and memes and blogs that make us all feel cozy inside.
It's OK for people to care about stupid things. It's even OK to discuss stupid things during a protracted and excessively cringeworthy election cycle.
We're letting easy-to-hack internet-connected devices take over the world, and we have no idea how bad that could turn out.
The common assumption is that statewide recreational marijuana legalization would be a panacea to the environmental harm of massive illegal weed grows. The reality is not so straightforward.
The main problem is getting farmers to understand how cryptocurrencies work.
Friday would have been Mary Morgan's 95th birthday.