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Why can't we just take all that seawater, filter out the salt, and have an endless supply of clean, drinkable water?
Opioid addicts are turning to online forums for advice about quitting. Their conversations have a lot to teach us about drug use and public health.
Payment of the presidential salary was considered an important duty under the Constitution — but there's other expenses involved in living in the White House. What is covered by the government and what does the president have to pay out of pocket?
A new exhibition at the British Museum, reveals how a colonial art movement's impact is still felt today.
This is a familiar tale. A relatable one. One that involved you and the fellas going for a nice ride through the neighborhood, getting chased by a food cart cook, wheeling on over to a rooftop party and meeting a unicycle gang.
From Hollywood heir to Hillary Clinton's State Department to failed cable news host to Pulitzer Prize winner, Ronan Farrow explains his path to 'Catch and Kill' and what comes next.
More than 2,500 physicians have received at least half a million dollars apiece from drugmakers and medical device companies in the past five years alone, a new ProPublica analysis of payment data shows.
Surveillance video uncovered by KOIN 6 News shows an incredible moment when an Oregon high school football coach Keanon Lowe disarmed a student carrying a loaded shotgun on campus.
A bullet wound in Queens is more likely to be fatal than anywhere else in the city. A single trauma center serves the borough's southern reaches, and it's struggling to keep up.
Some space ships (and Doc Brown's DeLorean) need plutonium-238 to function. Here's the intriguing way it's processed.
As breweries co-opt cultural references to sell their brands, the legal gray area of beer labels is getting increasingly hazy.
Survivors of intimate partner violence suffer traumatic brain injuries at alarming rates. Yet science overlooks us.
Wouldn't you love to fly over Mount Everest? Unfortunately, planes don't fly over the Himalayas for reasons that might surprise you.
A touchdown celebration went awry after horses flipped the University of Oklahoma's covered wagon mascot.
On September 24, 1938 the three women took off from an airfield in Shchcyolkovo near Moscow, in a Tupolev ANT-37, which normally had a range of about 5,000 km or 3,100 miles. Their destination was Komsomolsk-on-Amur over 3600 miles away.
Canadian firm Hyperstealth Biotechnology recently released video of their 'Quantum Stealth' technology. We only have their word to go on for now, but if this is real it's quite impressive.
'Witness of Another World' is a great UFO documentary because it's so grounded in the human experience.
After Opal Zucca fell down while she was trying to bring in her trash can, a kindly sanitation worker decided to take matters in his own hands.
How the worst-case climate scenario will play out, decade by decade, in St. Louis, San Francisco and Houston.
The death of his life-long skateboarding friend prompts Aaron Gilbreath to get back on his board — at 44, with his toddler daughter in tow.
It's a hard contest judging which is more annoying: the motorcycle guy or his neighbor reacting to him getting his comeuppance.
If you and the kids are looking for something a bit spooky to play on the Switch, the newest Luigi's Mansion is worth pre-ordering.
Cameron Crowe's movie based on his experiences as a Rolling Stone scribe is now a musical—but the stage adaptation comes at a strange time for a struggling industry
How the man who voices two of TV's most beloved leading men helped build two distinct animated worlds.
Owned by horsemasters Daniel and Camilla Naprous and their father Gerard, they provide horses, carriages, tack, riders and horsemasters to international films, television programs and for photoshoots. A look inside their work, in photos.
Why the first Transhumanist presidential candidates want universal basic income, a Futurist New Deal and the right to eternal life.
The wild swimmers in Scotland, light paths on the world's largest salt flats and more best photos of the week.
The actor, who played the character in 'Suicide Squad,' felt 'alienated and upset' when Warner Bros. greenlit Todd Phillips' version with Joaquin Phoenix instead.
In an interview with Howard Stern, Aniston talked about how she was offered a spot on 'SNL' before 'Friends' came along and why she turned it down.
Grab the latest iteration of the wildly popular Modern Warfare sub-series on release day, and get a $10 credit for your troubles.