US Post Office Delivery Trucks Keep Catching on Fire
Hundreds of the iconic Post Office delivery trucks have caught on fire in recent years, thanks to a 30-year-old fleet and a manufactured budget crisis.
How Uber Turned a Promising Bikeshare Company Into Literal Garbage
JUMP wanted to create a better, more bike-friendly world. Former employees told Motherboard how getting acquired by Uber led to JUMP bikes being destroyed by the thousands.
'A Shameful Nightmare': Truckloads of Perfectly Good JUMP Bikes Are Being Shredded
The photos and videos of the JUMP bike heaps posted to social media sites have disappointed former JUMP employees, bike and scooter advocates, and people who don't like to see useless waste.
The Fight for Greener Neighbourhoods Is a Matter of Life or Death
Everybody loves parks, but coronavirus has shown us they’re more than just neighbourhood amenities. They’re necessities.
Everything Is Innovative When You Ignore the Past
As it invents the future, Silicon Valley has never cared much about the past. Maybe it’s afraid of what it might find.
Don't Let Coronavirus Scare You Away From Public Transit
People think public transportation is a much bigger cause of pandemics spreading than it actually is.
Big Ass Cars
Electric or Not, Big SUVs Are Inherently Selfish
A battery-powered Hummer may be better for the environment, but it reinforces the culture of waste and excess that got us into this environmental mess in the first place.
The Greatest Minds of My Generation Made This Machine That Makes Gross Pizza
It can make a lot of pizza, but why?
How Gymnastics Is Trying To Take Over Parkour And Make It An Olympic Sport
This fight isn't merely about parkour. It's about who controls the new youth-centric sports that are the Olympics' future.
Meet @Crap90sFootball, The Only Twitter Account This World Needs
You will laugh, you will cry (from laughter), and you will remember to love the beautiful game because you're laughing so bloody hard.
David Beckham's Miami Stadium Gets First Public Approval
The Miami-Dade County Commissioners approved his newest stadium plan, but the city still needs to sign it off.
Retroactive Bans Won't Stop Diving in Football
Under a new rule, diving that results in a penalty or red card will be punished with a two-match retroactive ban. But the benefits of simulation still outweigh the costs.