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A brief history of dinosaur movies, from "Gertie the Dinosaur" to "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom."
A psychologist explains why humans are so terrible to each other.
Love for this thick-cut, buttery toasted bread extends well beyond the Lone Star State.
They're kind of Brooklyn's Romeo and Juliet. He was made of slot car stock, and she was, well, not. At least, that's what she'll tell you — but it's clear that Dolores, who's one-half of the legendary couple behind Buzz-a-Rama, is a slot car queen.
There's a reason racing bikes stay planted on the streets and away from the ramps.
My journey to get a skincare routine was more violent than I expected.
Humanity may be as few as 10 years away from discovering evidence of extraterrestrial life. Once we do, it will only deepen the mystery of where alien intelligence might be hiding.
We're relieved she wasn't seriously injured and also really curious how she walked away after that.
Nearly all of them look silly, but if taken seriously, they could be a really big deal for urban transportation.
The bodacious bottled drinks once saw an explosion in popularity, then a backlash, and now, a surprise comeback.
We don't really know what's going on here, but that's okay, because we're too busy laughing at this poor kid.
"This one of my better designs."
Everybody's trying to get in on that "Slow Mo Guys" grind.
Ah, all the hallmarks of an end-of-days film: gas masks, birds doing weird things, burning cars, baddies with baseball bats and a non-responsive government.
The challenge of putting a disparate team together with a minuscule budget of 8 million rupees ($1,17,000) to map the languages spoken by 1.3 billion people was enormous.
Although scientists dispute its legend, the minuscule Carcross Desert in Canada is a world wonder by any measure.
Switzerland needed an equalizer, and Xhaka delivered. Big time.
Several smaller US cities are hosting their first Pride parades this year. For locals, it's a chance to assert that they don't need to leave their community to be gay.
An ode to the neon orange powder.
Indochino’s process is simple: Choose your fabric, customize your style and submit your measurements. Everything is done online, and thanks to their “Back To Black Friday” sale happening right now, you can get their made-to-measure $800 suit for less than $350.
Yes, according to the rules, he shouldn't be in the dugout. Yes, people have been fined in the past for this kind of thing. But seriously, c'mon — this is why baseball is great.
A long time ago in an encoding standard not so far away, an early 'net user tried to remake "Star Wars" in ASCII art form. He got further than you'd guess.
Gale Galligan's "Jon" imagines Jon Arbuckle as a humble cartoonist. He teaches a class on cartooning. He gets pre-dinner party nerves. He loves his cat and his dog. It's all there, but with a level of emotional depth and earnestness that somehow just cuts through the grease of existing in the year 2018.
Micron, an American chip maker, says its designs were swiped to help a new Chinese plant. Washington sees a larger pattern, fueling tensions with Beijing.
We learned a ton listening to Dillon Edwards use his extensive coffee knowledge during this challenge.
A member of the group, INDECLINE, told a local news outlet that he had been doing similar billboard vandalism for nearly two decades and never been arrested or fined.
Photographer Giuseppe Nucci documents cosmists, transhumanists, and cryonicists in Russia.
News this week of Tesla suing a potential whistleblower over allegations of sabotage are the latest bumps in what has been a year of factory safety concerns, union busting and missed production targets.
Why did a war hero assume the identity of an 8-year-old boy killed in a traffic accident?
Representation matters in movie criticism. But not so critics can "support" films.
Police say the suspect was accused of breaking into his girlfriend's home, armed with a shotgun. He refused orders to surrender when police arrived at the scene. Foster, an 18-month-old German Shepherd, latched onto the gun and ripped it from his hands.
"Fox & Friends" host Brian Kilmeade suggests that it's okay for President Trump to forcibly separate children from their parents at the border because "it's not like he’s doing this to the people of Idaho or Texas."
In data-hungry, tech-happy chain restaurants across America, customers are rating their servers using tabletop tablets called Ziosk and Presto. But servers say customers don't realize the ratings system is inaccurate and unfair, and puts their livelihoods at risk.
This hungry boy spotted an out-of-reach bird feeder and accepted the challenge.
It looked like Costa Rica was set to keep Brazil off the board after a penalty call for Neymar was reversed by VAR, but Philippe Coutinho managed to sneak this one by Keylor Navas in the 91st minute.
In almost every classroom in America are maps that encourage students to consider the vast world that surrounds them. Why are people so afraid of what will happen if young people are inspired to think through their own identity?
… And DC hits them right back.
With Brazil and Costa Rico knotted at 0-0, Brazil's Neymar appeared to have successfully fooled the referee into giving a penalty.
Kaitlyn Strom has learned the hard way that alcohol and human curiosity don't always mix well.
We're not really on board with the part where he uses a poor chick as live bait, but other than that, this is pretty darn ingenious.
A recent mission atop a Hawaiian volcano shows humans still have much to learn before they set foot on another world.
$10 a month for all the trips to the theater you can stand is a still fantastic deal, but MoviePass will either go down in flames or become the next behemoth we all love to hate.
This experiment has never been recreated with modern imaging technology before, but thanks to one man's dogged pursuit, we now have this glorious video.
"You and I... we've got a score to settle, you old stump."
And by massive we mean up to 50% off Mac desktops, HP laptops, Apple watches, iPads, LED TVs and quite a bit more. Blinq’s summer sale is running until June 25th (Monday) and they'll keep adding new products, so keep your eyes out.
These tactical torches have an adjustable zoom that allows you to switch between a wider flood light and precision beam, while their five different lighting modes let you fine-tune their brightness and even signal for help in a rescue scenario. Now on sale for 75% off.
Burrow makes incredibly comfortable couches (American made, ethically sourced) that are shockingly easy to set up and even more surprisingly affordable. They ship straight to your door and come with a free 30-day trial and free shipping.
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