Ask Brad Katsuyama if the stock market is rigged and he jumps from his chair, grabs a black marker and sketches on a whiteboard with the intensity of a head coach whipping up a Hail Mary. He draws squares
Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian Anti-fracking protest T-shirt in Preston as Lancashire county council began hearings to decide whether to approve Cuadrilla’s plans to drill for shale at
Fried chicken sandwich perfection in five ingredients or fewer. [Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt] Look at that fried chicken sandwich. Check out the crisp, craggy crust with that come bite me sheen that
Originally published Aug. 18, 2015 The "force" is growing stronger at Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA). The airline made a splash back in April when it said it would paint one of its Boeing 787 Dreamliners
Henry Cavill on the superhero curse: ‘You’d better look like Superman any time you get your kit off’
For the first decade of this century, Henry Cavill occupied the least coveted role in movies: Hollywood’s nearly man. He had lost out on a run of high-profile parts, including Cedric in Harry Potter and
For years, Google’s unofficial motto – “Don’t be evil.” – has been picked at like a scab that will never heal. I don’t believe Google or the new expansive Alphabet umbrella company are places where ‘evil’
TOKYO (Reuters) - Seventy years after Japan’s defeat in World War Two, the conflict’s legacy haunts East Asia and reconciliation remains elusive. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attends a ceremony commemorating
The “Flash of Two Worlds” story from DC Comics introduced the idea of a multiverse to the long-running company in 1961, bringing about the existence of Earth 2 and reintroducing the Golden Age version
In the history of life on Earth, evolutionary forces have pushed some species to become incredibly large. After most dinosaurs died off 66 million years ago, some mammals and marsupials grew bigger and
In Earth's history, there have been some incredibly large animals that look sort of like animals we have today, just a lot bigger. In North America, there was a sloth that was the size of an elephant.
These pictures have never been seen by the public. On July 29, 1981, Lady Diana Spencer married Charles, Prince of Wales in front of 3,500 guests and 750 million viewers worldwide. You've probably already
Dressed for brunch with an egg and jalapeño-spiked Hollandaise. [Photographs: Morgan Eisenberg] Brunch. It's the saving grace of Sundays—a few hours dedicated to nursing ourselves out of our hangovers.
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