Meet Mike Cernovich, the meme mastermind of the alt-right.
Tallying the human cost of gold in one of the most remote places on Earth
Slim Aarons was never an outsider among Hollywood starlets and socialites, but instead a close, trusted friend. He photographed women like Diana Vreeland, Audrey Hepburn, Jacqueline Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe.
This bank has figured out how to offer 100x more interest than you’d normally get at a big bank. We dig into how they actually (and legally) pull it off.
American filmmaker Alison Grasso traveled to the Laugarvatn Fontana Spa in Iceland where she watched Iceland rye bread get baked the old-fashioned way: by being buried underground for 24 hours.
Japan’s Constitution promises gender equality, and the prime minister says he wants a society where all women can “shine.” But many women say it is hard to do that when they cannot even use their own surnames.
Hundreds of trainees were evacuated from Balochistan Police College in the Pakistani city of Quetta as troops arrived to repel the militants. Officials believe three militants wearing bomb vests stormed the college. All were killed.
Premiums for the Affordable Care Act are set to skyrocket an average of 22% for the benchmark silver plan in 2017, according to a government report released Monday. Fortunately, subsidies are also supposed to rise.
Gerald Daugherty is running for re-election as the Travis (TX) County Commissioner. For the sake of his family's sanity, please vote for him. Please.
You probably use the occasional shortcut to save some time, but have you considered fully committing to the shortcut lifestyle? Henry can teach you.
A new security flaw lets hackers execute some code by just getting you to view a JPEG, so yeah, please update your phone immediately.
I bet you didn’t think I was racist back then. Remember when we worked on that "Great Gatbsy" rap together in eleventh grade English class? We rhymed “green light” with “hella tight.” That was pretty fun. You know what else is pretty fun? Posting statistics on Black-on-Black crime from websites with the word “liberty” in the URL.
As cool as this may be, we're also very, very worried that something could go horribly wrong here. Stay safe, Japanese roof workers. Stay safe.
Sure, plenty of games did little with the second screen on a DS or Wii U. But it's worth taking a fond look back at the games that smartly embraced the quirky set-up before we transition back to a solitary screen.
Welcome to Today In 2016, your daily digest of all things election. Today: Why WikiLeaks failed, why it's okay to be two-faced and a complete list of Donald Trump's insults.
Elliot was sure his girlfriend Nat was tickling him while his back was turned, but she swears she didn't touch him. So what was it that made Elliot giggle?
After almost 18 months of negotiations, SAG-AFTRA, the union representing the actors who voice video game characters, started a strike against video game companies on Friday.
A Craigslist seller in Bird in Hand, Pennsylvania is selling 28 wax children for $300 a piece, which were formerly used as museum pieces in the Weavertown One Room Schoolhouse. They are scary as hell.
Scott, a craftsman and self-described "rope guru," gives tips on how to make your friends look like total chumps.
So-called "Advantage players" employ perfectly legal methods — counting cards, tracking shuffles, etc. — to extract piles of money from casinos. And even though they’re breaking no laws, casinos will handcuff them, issue not-so-veiled threats, and refuse their chips. And sometimes they'll even get the players thrown in jail. And then the players call Bob Nersesian.
A smirk flashed across my former classmate’s face as she walked in and saw me behind the cash register wearing my maroon cap and name tag. I knew she was underage, and she knew I knew. Standing there in her skimpy tank top, she was betting I wouldn’t cause a scene. It was a pretty safe bet.
If you've ever wanted to perfect your eggs, whether they're sunny side up, over easy, fried, French, fluffy, buffet-style or breakfast sandwich style, this guide has got your back.
Twenty Americans describe why they are voting in a presidential election for the ﬁrst time and which candidate they will choose.
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been trying out a pair of bone conduction headphones, a futuristic-sounding technology that’s about a century old.
On deadline and can’t focus? Having trouble falling asleep? Try Brain.fm. Choose if you’re working, going to sleep or trying to relax, and then get an original composition designed to help you do exactly what it is you're trying to do.
In 2012, Caitlan Coleman and her husband were kidnapped by terrorists. They’ve been held in captivity ever since. Only after they vanished did friends and family learn Caitlan’s gut-wrenching secret.
OPM data can include everything from lie detector results to notes about whether an applicant engages in risky sexual behavior. Last year, a mysterious hacking group gained access to it.
From “Dragnet” to “Dirty Harry” to “Die Hard,” Hollywood’s police stories have reinforced myths about cops and the work of policing.
Last Friday, a DDoS attack on DYN left several notable sites and web services in the lurch. XiongMai Technologies has announced a recall of its products that were conscripted into the malicious botnet.
A series of algorithms dubbed the Nightmare Machine is an effort to find the root of horror by generating ghoulish faces, and then relying on user feedback to see which approach makes the freakiest images.
Colonel Chris Hadfield assembled a team of scientists, filmmakers, writers and musicians to travel the high Arctic with him, capturing the landscape's staggering beauty and the alarming effects of climate change.
People on the edges of the country’s vast seas of sand are being displaced by climate change.
A slim, tailored suit is a dangerous look for a politican: Not only do you look elitist, but you run the risk of exposing swings in body weight.
“Foreign hot spots” was one of the topics on the menu at Wednesday’s third and final presidential debate, but Chris Wallace might as well have just called the segment “Aleppo and Mosul.”
Aside from the obvious problem (road noise) we can't see a reason why the jackhammer isn't the vehicle of the future.
With more than 20,000 visitors and 400 exhibitions, shops, and fetish performances, Berlin's VENUS International Erotic Trade Fair is one of the biggest events of its kind. And there is where you can find the future of kink.
The cold pins in her warm flesh were a reminder of how invasive things were going to get. Under anesthesia, she would feel nothing and remember nothing. I, on the other hand, was completely sentient and completely in the moment — both excited and afraid.
Inside Enhance, a small New Zealand security company that's responsible for huge breaches of privacy.
As soon as lenses caught on with the Snapchatting masses, the company promptly figured out how to wring millions of dollars out of them.
Oh, Australia. We're never visiting you. Unless you agree to ban Huntsman spiders, which are apparently capable of dragging around mice.