The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and woodland creatures are literally coming out to play—it’s like a Disney movie out there. But while springtime seems hyper-cheerful, not everyone feels that
The ball is in the attorney general's court, basically Uber says it will cap surge pricing in New York City during this weekend's upcoming blizzard, but only under two conditions. "If a state of emergency
Like Tony Stark. Except Tony Stark is make-believe. Billionaire tech CEOs are just like us! Except for the fact that they are billionaires. Also, their New Years’ resolutions are much more interesting.
It's been an exciting year for developments in space. NPR Science Correspondent Geoff Brumfiel shares three highlights with host Linda Wertheimer. Interview Highlights SpaceX rocket lands on Earth. Earlier
Popular vlogger to release Common Culture Vol. 4 through his own Heard Well label, which boasts fellow stars Lohanthony and Jc Caylen as curators Now that’s what I call a new source for music compilations:
Here's the thing about pop music in 2015: It was mostly impressive. The number of truly great albums made compiling year-end lists feel like "The Hunger Games." Plus, there were enough comebacks, left-field
Plus tips for turning it off. Counting calories, measuring portions, tracking steps—when it comes to dropping pounds, we like our efforts to feel tangible. But there’s a pretty critical side to weight
Washington (CNN) — U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will face a military court on charges of desertion and endangering fellow soldiers, the U.S. Army announced Monday. Gen. Robert Abrams, the commander of
KIEV (Reuters) - Russia has begun to restrict coal supplies to Ukraine, Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn told parliament on Friday, days after the Kremlin threatened to punish Kiev for a power blackout
Chrissy Turner found a lump in her chest last month and was discovered to have a ‘one in a million’ form of cancer called secretory carcinoma An eight-year-old girl in the United States is one of the people
fastcoexist.com - About the author Jessica Leber is a staff editor and writer for Fast Company's Co.Exist. Previously, she was a business reporter for MIT’s Technology Review and an environmental reporter at ClimateWire. More
Just in time to entice holiday shoppers, Fibit is updating its Surge and Charge HR fitness trackers with a handful of new features. First, a SmartTrack feature automatically recognizes exercises during
David Miller ran 15 miles to draw a mustached face with his run. David Miller originally made headlines when he applied for a job at Strava by doing a run that spelled, “HIRE ME.” Others have used their
The idea of customizable add-on buttons for smartphones isn't exactly new. First we had Pressy (which was quickly cloned by Xiaomi and others), then the Dimple NFC button pad came along. So what's next?
by the Editors of Condￃﾩ Nast Traveler Our friends at SkyPixel are running a drone- and aerial-themed photography competition and some of the submissions have been (very literally) over the top. This has