Like Sofia Vergara, my ex and I signed paperwork to give us equal rights over our frozen embryos. After we broke up, he wanted to dictate when I could parent Eight years ago, I unthinkingly gave a man
They go up, down, and all around With the debut of passenger elevators some 150 years ago, cities were forever changed. Freed from the tyranny of stairwells, architects built as high as they liked. That
What would it be like to fly a spacecraft into a black hole? Marcus Woo investigates. Something about a black hole just pulls you in. Sure, its gravity is so strong that not even light can elude its grasp.
You can live here—we've got oxygen! If you know one fact about South Dakota, it's probably that the state is home to Mount Rushmore. Well, here are two more facts: It's got air, and it's not Mars! That's
Microsoft has made some moves to ensure the future of games on its Xbox and HoloLens platforms. John Needham has left his position as the head of Fable developer Lionhead Studios to oversee the development
Snapple has been printing facts on the underside of its bottlecaps for over a decade now, but maybe we should stop referring to them as "facts." Some are misleading, outdated, or easily misproven. The
Turns out people lie about how much garbage they eat. Even to the government. A new study from researchers at the University of South Carolina took a closer look at the numbers from the National Health
Irrational Games is attempting to mix two different worlds into one for the upcoming Burial at Sea DLC for Bioshock Infinite. While that might be a tall order in any other series, the possibilities introduced