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Concert tours make up a huge portion of a singer or a band's earnings, but which artists have had the highest-grossing tours of all time?
The presidential debate between Trump and Biden made just about sense as this guy's impassioned argument about Glenda the Good Witch.
Referred to as the "Phantom of Love," the car was customized by Charles Clark and Sons. The firm was under instructions that the refined four-door should be more impressive than the Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost.
Harry Potter fans had hoped to catch a glimpse of the legendary train only to be thwarted at the last possible minute.
In a new study, psychologists tried to get a handle on the personality types that might be prone to outlandish beliefs.
Performing death defying feats with ease across the Parisian skyline, Benjamin Cante hails from Switzerland where he began practicing circus arts from the age of 5. Nowadays, Cante is a member of the "French Freerun Family," an international team of professional "freerunners."
It seems like the stuff from a dystopian science fiction novel, but the United States military actually made plans for waging war on the moon.
There have been 28 deaths at Fort Hood, an army base in Texas, in 2020. Now, soldiers on TikTok are speaking up about the sexual assault, disappearances and deaths taking place at the base, but military TikTok remains a complicated place.
Fifty years ago, young idealists swore to end American injustice. When their movement splintered, their lives diverged — from quiet college prof to infamous kidnappers to filthy-rich hotelier.
Inclusive and patriotic, with its roots in the radical left, Woody Guthrie's enduring 1940s folk song offers an expansive vision for all Americans, writes Dorian Lynskey.
For years, white-supremacist rhetoric hid in plain sight among cat GIFs and Hitler jokes. Why didn't we see the danger?
When Chinese millionaire Justin Sun acquired BitTorrent, was he trying to skirt the trade war? Or fly right in the face of it, no matter the cost?
Andrew Nadeau perfectly captures the futile exercise of attempting to fact check a debate with Donald Trump.
Little technical issues with fonts in technology — like a text that arrives with unreadable symbols — seem like small bugs that permeate interaction with our machines. But these are not bugs.
With this excellent book by Tristan Gooley, you can learn how to interpret nature's most important, strange and fascinating clues.
In a fascinating experiment, researchers at Harvard University discovered that perceived sugar intake affects blood sugar levels in people with Type 2 diabetes more than actual sugar intake.
Anthony Devon Griffin reenacts what it's like to call people that do that thing where it sounds like they're talking to you on their voicemail.
In March 2009, TV history changed forever when the CW teen melodrama aired a scene of a golden retriever eating a replacement heart intended for Dan, the show's villainous father.
This 90-year-old man had been giving Bailey dog treats every day, and in this video, the two of them have one last visit in the final days of Bailey's life.
2020 has been a rough year. Let yourself be distracted by puppies in a bucket, courtesy of Kentfield Kennels.
Tips for dodging the virus as Americans retreat from colder weather: open the windows, buy an air filter — and forget the UV lights.
According to a recent paper, Venus was doomed from the start, but may have been accelerated in its path to dry-town through the gravitational influence of the great bully of the solar system: Jupiter.
The state went looking for Chinese communist companies to hold accountable for the COVID-19 pandemic. It hasn't found any.
Are we marching towards the cliffs of doom or is the worst behind us? Trey Kennedy perfectly contrasts these two attitudes on 2020.
There's a hate speech epidemic on Reddit — but automated bots and browser plug-ins are (sort of) fighting back.
What happens when your chips bite back? From broken teeth to a ripped esophagus, a sharp Tostito is an oral accident waiting to happen.
A treasure trove of data trapped in pressed seaweed helps explain the collapse of Monterey Bay's sardine fishery in the 1950s.
Models are learning how to generate images from captions, a sign that they're getting better at understanding our world.
YouTuber Laura Kampf built a foldable bike that's easy to travel with and can be carried on German trains without a reservation.
How the seizure of Europe's largest heroin shipment created bloody fallout throughout the world — and sparked still-raging political corruption scandals in Turkey, Greece and the Middle East.
How the ancient, antisemitic nocturnal ritual fantasy expresses itself through the ages — and explains the right's fascination with fringe conspiracy theories
Eric Trump made some surprising comments during an appearance on "Fox & Friends" Tuesday morning after he was asked about a gay, "secret Trump voter" who was the subject of a New York Times op-ed.
Are there freed lab monkeys living in the Santa Cruz mountains? If you ask around La Honda, the answer is a very paranoid "yes."
Washington State University track and field athlete Ray Wells Jr. cleared through a series of hurdles like it's nobody's business.
Are pizzas the most popular fast food in the US, or is it burgers? And which fast-food chain made the most money in 2019?
The Genie shirt is just the latest and most bonkers example from a '90s nostalgia vintage market that has been heating up for years.
The finalists for the 2020 Mars Petcare Comedy Pet Photo Awards are guaranteed to lift your spirits.
The Greeley Square bathroom is a finalist in the 2020 Cintas America's Best Restroom competition. Here's a look at its recent redesign.
It's not easy being a parent in 2020, but perhaps some of these ideas, like a carnival ride made out of a leaf blower or a Roomba Pac-Man, can make things a little bit easier.
"Because they were all quarantined together it meant that one room was just full of swearing birds."
Looking back at the dog show-centric successor to the mockumentaries "This Is Spinal Tap" and "Waiting for Guffman" on its 20th anniversary.
Are you a Prime member? If you use coupon code DOTPRIME2PK during checkout, you can get two Amazon Echo Dots for just $39.98.
Using his flywheel trebuchet, engineer Tom Stanton wanted to see if he could throw a tennis ball speedier than the world record for the fastest tennis serve.
In this week's "Ask a Boss" column, Alison Green advises an employee who is leaving their job — should their potential replacements know about the many issues the letter writer had with their company?
Automakers have been making cars bigger than ever. Here's the complicated reasons why cars are being built with increased interior space.
Here's what happens when you plug John Denver's "Country Roads" into Jukebox, a tool created by OpenAI that generates music that doesn't exist.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
Huckberry has some hefty discounts on a variety of superb slip-ons. The sale only runs through Thursday though, so don't wait.
Ready to take your outdoor cooking seriously? This gorgeous cooking system gives you the tools necessary for perfect heat and moisture management. Time's running out to back it on Kickstarter though.
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