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The world's most powerful nation has played whack-a-mole with the coronavirus, slowing its transmission in one place only for it to flare up somewhere else.
If the actual wars among the stars are your favorite part of "Star Wars," this is the game for you. Pre-order now, and play it at launch on October 2nd.
From Myanmar to Canada, people are asking: How did a superpower allow itself to be felled by a virus?
While the Tesla Model 3 is considered to be one of the safest electric vehicles on the road, its autonomous emergency braking system failed to yield for this dummy during a recent safety demonstration in China.
So much TV has tried to capture the tumultuous, melodramatic world of high school theatre. But none have recreated the awkward truth quite like this.
Although the ban on India's Alphonso mangoes was lifted a decade ago, they're still virtually impossible to find in America. Here's why.
College baseball player Adam Horowitz's hidden ball trick pitch was ruled legal by the umpire but drew at least one "WTF?" from the crowd.
Stories of transracial adoption most often feature white families adopting black and Asian children. When the opposite happens, and black and Asian parents adopt white children, officials and members of the public can become very suspicious.
With Apple Pencil support and up to ten hours of battery life, this 10.2-inch iPad is worth every single cent.
There is a small chance that Pfizer's vaccine trial will yield results by Nov. 3. But it could still take weeks for FDA review. Here's everything that has to happen and how to tell a political stunt from a real vaccine.
Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are the world's most admired people in the world, according to a study conducted by YouGov of 45,000 people in 42 countries and territories.
While director Jon Turtletaub and producer Jerry Bruckheimer would periodically tease another installment, beginning as early as 2008, one never materialized. And now we might know why we never got a third "National Treasure" adventure.
Using Medicare data, the researchers say dense concentrations of smoke between the beginning of August & early September contributed to some 1,200 deaths that would not otherwise have happened & 4,800 additional visits to hospitals' emergency rooms.
When a majority of City Council members promised to "end policing as we know it" after George Floyd's killing, they became a case study in how idealistic calls for structural change can falter.
More than two dozen legal thinkers game out what President Trump's new Supreme Court pick means for America's biggest legal fights, the court's reputation, the fate of its "swing seat" and more.
This week, we've got "I made a new friend" from "Donnie Darko," Da Vinky, "Among Us" and every straight couple in Brooklyn.
The story behind QAnon is becoming as weird and winding as the conspiracy theory itself. (It doesn't have satanists, though.)
"People are basically good" was eBay's founding principle. But in the deranged summer of 2019, prosecutors say, a campaign to terrorize a blogger crawled out of a dark place in the corporate soul.
A vaccine by early 2021, a steady decline in cases by next fall and back to normal in a few years — 11 top experts look into the future.
Ron Burkett put his quarantine time to excellent use and sculpted a road mural with his power washer.
Watching Gabe struggle with his sexuality in the new season of PEN15, I felt like I was watching my younger self onscreen — and I'm not alone.
Every day somebody says or does something that earns them the undivided attention of the internet. Here are the main characters this week, from Herman Cain to a beaver that took four years to photograph.
Designers have come up with a futuristic eco-friendly skyscraper that would be the tallest in the country.
You Wrong About's Sarah Marshall explains why debunking #SaveTheChildren and human trafficking statistics is so difficult.
Trump speaks of "anarchy and mayhem" in cities. But understanding violent crime is much more complicated than simply looking at numbers.
"We were on a family holiday trip. My brother asked if he could cross the river, I said 'yes but I don't think you'll make it.'"
Need to brush up on the nitty gritty of world history? These maps hold the key to a better understanding of how we got to today. Plus, they look rad as hell.
The celebrated economist has built a data tool with a God's-eye view of the pandemic's damage and soaring inequality.
In Arnold Schwarzenegger's first movie, "Hercules in New York," the original theatrical version had another actor dub his lines.
The new site, launched by the writers and editors who quit Deadspin last fall, represents a simple, exciting path for good journalism.
Acting coach Keira Duffy reviews some of the most famous scenes of movie characters getting mad, from Leonardo DiCaprio's performance in "The Great Gatsby" to Samuel L. Jackson's iconic delivery of the Ezekiel 25:17 speech in "Pulp Fiction."
There's been a lot of conversation this week around the recent Netflix documentary "My Octopus Teacher." We watched it to confirm or dispel certain, uh, rumors. Here's what we learned.
If in an event of an emergency, how well could an ordinary passenger land a commercial 767 airliner?
If you're easily distracted from work or studying, these crowdfunded smart glasses are worth considering. Not only can they track distractions, but they can redirect you toward more productive behavior.
Get too steamy in your mask? Make the upgrade to Merino wool, and you'll be a lot more comfortable. It naturally wicks away moisture and controls odor, so it can even stand up to all-day wear in less-than-optimal environments.
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