Photographer: Alex Wroblewski/Bloomberg President Donald Trump has finally started tweeting about the disaster in Puerto Rico, and his messages show that he -- and we as a nation -- still haven’t digested
Whether you've only got your 30-minute lunch break or over an hour to kill, here's how you can maximize your shorter stints in the saddle In an ideal world, we'd always have the time to do the ride we
Turns out, a loose muscle is a strong muscle. Like most guys, I hated stretching. Why waste time sitting around when I could be out running? It hurt to learn that I was wrong—throbbed like hell, actually.
Consumer How would you like to slash your grocery bill by $5,000 a year - just by shopping with your smartphone? For Jenny Martin and her husband, feeding five daughters on a budget is a full-time job.
Buzzkill. Pentagon's new drone swarm On Oct. 26, 2016, a pair of Hornets flying above an empty part of California opened their bellies and released a robotic swarm. With machine precision, the fast-moving
This week in London, the sun sets at 3.50pm. We’re waking up in the dark, leaving work in the dark, and spending a good proportion of the intervening time underground or desk-bound. Hearty meals and firesides
The results of NASA's tests on the 'impossible' EM Drive have been leaked, and they reveal that the controversial propulsion system really does work, and is capable of generating impressive thrust in vacuum,
It wasn’t as hard as it sounds: I used four principles to start small habits that built into big, long-term outcomes. Here’s how. You’ll notice that I made the title of this post sound quite impressive
In February, I read Belle Beth Cooper’s Fast Company piece “How I became a morning person, read more books, and learned a language in a year,” which listed the four steps to assuming a new hobby: set goals,
It’s probably all okay Now that schools have sent warning letters home to parents, the Great Clown Panic of 2016 can no longer be ignored. Across the nation lurk incredibly creepy (and potentially dangerous)
Rachel’s rare condition means that a bath is agony; even her own tears will scorch her face. How can the human body reject life’s most basic necessity? Rachel wakes up – and drinks a kind of poison that
This is what you'd have to do to build a Dyson Sphere — and why you're probably not going to be able to
Whether such a structure could even be physically possible is debatable, so Business Insider took a closer look at the research and theories that are out there. The mysterious dips of KIC 8462852 Caltech
Are you a fidgeter? From now on, you can ignore the frequent requests you undoubtedly receive to just sit still. A new study finds that fidgeting — the toe-tapping, foot-wagging and other body movements
An unforgettable story. Do you remember this photograph? In the United States, people have taken pains to banish it from the record of September 11, 2001. The story behind it, though, and the search for
New York (CNN) — Their fathers were killed on 9/11, and 15 years later they carry a message: Look at us, more resilient than ever. To the terrorists, they say, "You lose." "We're still here," says Patrick