The 1972 "Blue Marble" photo of Earth offered a previously unseen view of the world: A single image of the planet lit by the sun. In an instant, the image became iconic. Since that time, many satellite
Our July/August 2015 issue is all about home automation. When doing research, we asked our fans: would you live in a connected home? Here, we share some of the responses, ranging from the wary to the Chime
A rising streaming music tide lifts all boats — even one as battered and barnacled as Rhapsody's. On Wednesday, the 13 year-old streaming company said that it has reached a new milestone: 3 million paying
After surviving one of the most high-profile and long-running school sex abuse scandals in history, a group of 32 men and women banded together to seek solace and justice — only to find that public outrage,
Scientists say the planet is unique because it is the smallest planet found so far that is both in the so-called habitable zone and orbits around a sun that is similar to our own. In simpler terms, Kepler-452b
The update, which was posted as a joke by Tuffner's friend, read, "Bye, bye, going out with my boyfriend." But Tuffner had never mentioned her boyfriend on any of her previous posts on social media, so
A lawyer for Bill Cosby blamed Andrea Constand and her lawyer, Dolores Troiani, on Thursday of violating their settlement agreement after she accused him of sexual abuse nearly a decade ago — and part
ISTANBUL — The ISIS militant struck a defiant tone just hours after Turkish authorities launched sweeping raids to arrest his colleagues across the country. "I am [still] living my normal life," he said.
There's a popular forum on Reddit for Turkers, the roughly 500,000 people all around the world who are hired by researchers, marketing companies, and the like to do tiny tasks, like gauge the sentiment
In 1996, a Washington college student trying to sneak into a hydroplane race on the Columbia River — and drinking a Busch Light — stumbled upon one of the most ancient, most complete skeletons ever discovered.
WASHINGTON — Birthright co-founder and billionaire financier Michael Steinhardt is taking out a full-page ad in the New York Times tomorrow opposing the Iran deal. The ad, sent in advance to BuzzFeed is
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Shannon Keating and Yao Xiao created a graphic essay on the many ways strangers harass lesbians on the street. James Tennent explained how toxic masculinity is harmful to everyone. Kim TallBear wrote Native
CLEVELAND — The women activists here at the first-ever Movement for Black Lives repeat a common refrain: Sandra Bland could have been them. At every turn in her interaction with the arresting officer,
MAMOU, Louisiana — Travis Manuel and his twin brother, Trey, were shopping at Walmart near this rural town when they met two Mexican women who struck them as sweet. Using a few words of Spanish he had