From social breakdown in the US to a nuclear crisis in North Korea to the defeat of Angela Merkel in Germany, the potential for chaos is just as great. These aren’t predictions. But they show what your social-media news feed could look like if things go wrong.
This beautiful short from filmmaker María De Castro tackles life's biggest questions, like what is there to look forward to in life besides your next meal?
As the caliphate crumbles, rival movements struggle for the soul of Sunni jihadism.
Is your wallet the width of a meatball sub? Time to simplify. The Ridge Wallet is a slim, RFID-blocking wallet that will hold up to 15 cards and has a modular design for easy access. It's made from aluminum, titanium or carbon fiber and, as you can see, looks pretty damn sharp.
The original "Super Mario Bros 2" looked very similar to "Super Mario Bros." So what was that wacky fever dream we played in 1988?
The people of true-blue Luzerne County are still pissed off, and dying to tell you why.
This is basically that scene in "Office Space" but without all the build-up reminding you that your office job sucks.
There’s little to stop the attorney general nominee from ignoring the will of millions of pro-pot voters.
Peter bought some thrusters off Kickstarter a while ago. Wanting to channel his inner Aquaman, he knew just where to mount them.
Charles Stagg walked into the woods and decided to build something. Now, four years after his death, his daughter and grandson are trying to preserve his masterpiece.
These peculiar aquatic creatures are aptly called feather stars. They are filter feeders that use their fancy arms to gather food particles.
The program, which is designed to help undocumented immigrants, might delete all its data.
In a collaboration on a music video with singer Dua Lipa, Lexus covered a Lexus IS in a half-mile of LED strips to create the "LIT IS" — an advertisement, sure, but this is car art (car-t, if you will). Plus, you can't buy this glow-y accident magnet.
Athletes from the national team plan a mass defection.
You'll probably be too poor to live with the Mars colony. Oh, and you'll be dead.
If you watch this video, you'll learn some really weird, really interesting stuff about a lot of countries. But not about Greenland, because Greenland is not a country.
Does filtering a vodka actually work? If so, how many times should the vodka be filtered? Is this all actually just an elaborate scam put forward by the Brita lobby?
Mark Anthony Green speaks with the man who comforted liberal America on election night about everything: why it all went wrong, the difference between bigots and Trump voters, and where we go from here.
The ambience of the restaurant. The innovative rolling technique. The satisfying knifework. The pleasing bunches of noodles. It's all just perfect.
Ghosting is for the weak. This is the text to send when it's just not working out.
From pennies to Port-o-Potties, an exhaustive tally of 2016's most extraordinary highway truck spills.
What a year it has been: "Independence Day" made an unfortunate resurgence, Robert DeNiro was the "Dirty Grandpa" you never asked for, a pair of "Nice Guys" won our heart and Daniel Radcliffe made for a surprisingly good farting corpse.
The people of Liberland love Bitcoin and hate political correctness.
Europe's largest port — threatened by rising waters and a loss of its major industry — has reinvented itself as a playground for innovative thinkers who are trying to create a resilient city of the future.
If you've heard someone describe themselves as an "early adopter," then this gift guide is for them.
"Just like I’d behave at a real club, I find myself awkwardly standing at the edge of the room staring at the 15 or so dancing avatars, some of whom are launching emojis into the sky."
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son said at Trump Tower Tuesday that he'd worked out a deal with the president-elect to invest $50 billion in the US over the next four years and create 50,000 new jobs. Details of the planned investment are basically nonexistent, but it’s more than likely that it involves Sprint, which represents SoftBank’s main presence in the US.
Ronald Bert Smith is requesting an untried method of execution.
There’s a perfect sound or light to wake up to. What’s yours?
Putting down roots near a shoreline could help combat depression.
Analyzing Rotten Tomatoes data to find out what's actually fresh.
Researchers at the University of Toronto trained a neural network to write a new Christmas song, and the result is.. not great.
The Air Force said previously that it had earmarked $1.65 billion for two new presidential aircraft, which will be four-engine Boeing 747-8s. The source of Trump's $4 billion cost estimate for the program was not immediately clear.
When you gotta go, you gotta go. And sometimes that means in the middle of the night. Just snap this bad boy onto the rim of your toilet and let that sweet LED-with-motion-sensor light shine.
If experiments validate the theory, it means that the laws of nature weren’t always the same as what we experience today and would require a serious revision of Einstein’s theory of gravity.
Will Smith doesn't mind being famous, especially when he can ask a stranger to fork over ten bucks and they're actually excited about it.
The full facial veil is "not appropriate and should be banned wherever it is legally possible," she said during her party conference speech on Tuesday.
A lower court incorrectly awarded damages based on the whole smartphone, not the patented pieces, justices say.
A man was yelling in his ear to say the second name listed. So he said the second name.
A new study says smoking less than one cigarette a day is about as bad as smoking 10.