Facebook was inadvertently outing people with health and psychiatric issues to her network. And she couldn't figure out why.
Are you still reading this? Didn't you watch the video?! The internet is no place for a human after dark. Go on, git!
A grim Times-Picayune article from October 28, 1927 headlined “Bodies Found in Trunks,” it tells the ghastly end of Theresa and Leonide “Lonie” Moity. Their “Trunk Murders,” are now but a forgotten chapter of the city’s lively history, one that may or may not involve a "sausage ghost."
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No longer is the wireless router a gaudy black box with flashing LEDs and antennae. It's now something you actually want to look at.
One big "good day, sir" to this talented actor and writer.
With Trump flailing amid accusations of bigotry, here’s a look at a time when a similarly hyperbole-prone GOP nominee fought to keep racism on the sidelines.
A signal was detected from HD164595, a star only 95 light years away and with at least one planet, but Seti scientists are scanning the area and have yet to find it.
The agency is forging ahead despite slashed budgets and outdated policies.
Young people hate bar soap, exercise is actually bad and smiling can’t make you happy — these are just a few commonly-accepted truths that science has overturned today.
Gene Wilder, who regularly stole the show in such comedic gems as “The Producers,” “Blazing Saddles,” “Young Frankenstein,” “Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” and “Stir Crazy,” died Monday at his home in Stamford, Conn. His nephew Jordan Walker-Pearlman said he died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease. He was 83.
We're gonna miss this guy and his amazing ability to freak out on cue.
In its heyday, You’re The Man Now Dog (YTMND) rode the cresting wave of early mainstream online communities, alongside its brethren like 4chan, Something Awful, and Newgrounds. Today, it lies in digital ruin. What happened?
Welcome to Today In 2016, your daily digest of all things election. Today a PAC scamming would-be Trump donors out of thousands, Hillary dissects Trump's doctor's letter, and Jill Stein is angry about Harambe and the media.
High Abuse Stainless Steel Toilets do not mess around. Wanna put a monstrous chocolate eclair down there? No problem. How about seven tampons and their applicators? Sure, go for it. And forty golf balls? Psh. Child's play.
The Millenial Whoop is a sequence of notes that alternates between the fifth and third notes of a major scale, typically starting on the fifth. A singer usually belts these notes with an “Oh” phoneme, often in a “Wa-oh-wa-oh” pattern. And it is in so many pop songs it’s criminal.
William Gruber made one of the definitive toys of the 20th century. He also thought Hitler was a pretty solid guy.
That's Kurt "Mountain Man" Steiner, rock skipper extraordinaire and the world record holder for most skips with a single throw: 88. Here he is doing the thing he does best — skipping a stone longer than the length of a football field.
As a "surrogate outreach coordinator" it's Michelle Kwan's job to wrangle celebs and make sure They're With Her.
Police not only closed a 25-year-old murder investigation, they offered one family stuck in the long shadow of the crack epidemic some semblance of closure. Still, the story of Pixley's death and its aftermath show just how deep the wounds of the crack wave go and how some people are still struggling with them today.
Tom Scott invited whiz kid Chase onto his channel to show off an experiment proving that, although all soda is terrible for your you, some kinds are worse than others.
As pay TV slowly declines, cable news faces a demographic cliff. And nobody has further to fall than the merchant of right-wing outrage.
The thin margins of the IRL economy.
This concert is from a small Connecticut show on September 26, 1991. Two days prior, the band released the album "Nevermind" which would later become one of the greatest albums of all time and sell approximately a bajillion copies.
Exercise itself stands against two million years of human evolution screaming, “Don’t do it!” That is why getting people to exercise is often so difficult.
HD 164595 is a star of 0.99 solar masses about 95 light years from Earth, with an estimated age of 6.3 billion years. The system is known to have at least one planet, HD 164595 b, which is similar in size to Neptune and orbits its star in 40 days. Other planets may exist in the system as well.
Backed by some of the highest levels of encryption and a simple single-click application, this service guarantees online privacy for all your devices.
The true story of two soldiers left for dead in Iraq, their epic battle for survival, and the military cover-up that kept them silent — until now.
Nordlingen is a town nearly 15 million years in the making. Although it has only been populated in a modern sense for the last 1200 years, the town is neatly centered in the middle of a crater caused by a giant meteor crashing into the Bavarian countryside.
Danny and Walton shoot the shit on their latest GQ photo shoot dressed as everyone from the Energizer Bunny to Ronald McDonald himself.
What's it like to make $1.5 million at 30? Or living at the poverty line at 28? Esquire interview four millennial men making very different amounts.
Critics see Saudi Arabia’s export of a rigid strain of Islam as contributing to terrorism, but the kingdom’s influence depends greatly on local conditions.
Marriage is costly, a bit of a hassle and seemingly archaic. Why do we still bother with this institution?
A team of scientists recently concluded that Lucy, a hominid whose skeleton was discovered in 1974, died from a long fall — but their study has divided experts.
Telling my story isn’t going to be easy. Oftentimes I feel embarrassed, enraged, and regretful when I have to relive it, but in the end it is a story and life lesson which should be shared so that others may know major red flags to look out for when choosing to work for a startup or new business.
This pup was just enjoying a leisurely walk along a nice dirt path when some jerk racecar driver tried to run him over. But the dog understood just where he needed to be to stay alive.
You may have already heard the news that will surely terrify Rudolph-loving children for the next few months: 323 reindeer were killed by lightning in Norway this weekend during intense storms. But how?
Gary Johnson doesn’t seem to be going anywhere.
This handheld plucker sure is a nifty piece of equipment.
Abedin released a statement announcing the split after the New York Post reported that Weiner sent suggestive images and messages to a woman for more than a year between early 2015 and this year, including one image with his then 4-year-old son in the picture.