PYONGYANG (Reuters) - Isolated North Korea marked the 70th anniversary of its ruling Workers’ Party on Saturday with a massive military parade overseen by leader Kim Jong Un, who said his country was to
Reuters/Navesh Chitrakar By September 22, 2015 This question originally appeared on Quora: What Can People Start Doing Now That Will Help Them A Lot In About Five Years? Answer by David Cannon, Founder,
"Such movement, standing alone, does not give rise to a reasonable belief that appellant was armed and dangerous." – Judge Stephen Yarbrough Is reaching for the glovebox during a traffic stop suspicious?
This story originally appeared on Business Insider What does it take to become a master at your craft? Is genius innate, or can it be learned? In his book, "Mastery," Robert Greene draws from the latest
Two 12-year-old girls inspired by Internet horror stories are accused of luring a girl of the same age into a wooded area near Milwaukee before stabbing the victim 19 times and leaving her to crawl to
This could have ended a lot uglier than it actually did. Everybody in this video is a jackass. Everybody. The clip, which made the rounds yesterday, spurred a lot of idiotic bluster in the comments on
It's relatively common to hear about unethical valets taking a joyride and wrecking high-performance cars. However, a recent 'accident' in Monaco might be one of the weirdest cases ever. Of course, now
Slight is the latest in a long line of anonymous chat apps to launch in the last year. Like Firechat, Slight lets you talk anonymously with people nearby, and like Yik Yak or Yobongo, you can post bulletins
Release date is in November, so start thinking of your sick-day excuses. Photo YouTube For years, the Gran Turismo series has had the sim-racer market locked down on Playstation, and Forza has done the
Update your desktop arsenal with this creation DIY enthusiast Grant Thompson, who previously made a 10-penny battery that powered a small light for almost two weeks, is at it again. Inspired by another
Know your planet! Plate tectonics—the theory that explains the sinking, spreading, and slip-sliding of big chunks of Earth’s surface—is a bedrock of geology. But it can’t explain what happens to plates
Fiestas apparently make terrible goalies. Surely you're familiar with Ken Block's Gymkhana videos by now, but did you also know there's a pretty well-known soccer tournament happening in Brazil this summer?
Compared to something like freefalling to earth from outer space, Red Bull’s latest stunt with its F1 car drag racing a fighter jet seems rather tame. But as humans have been watching car-versus-aircraft
The size of a small cauliflower, the human brain is the most complex organ in your body. It squeezes out 70,000 thoughts a day. But where does it store information? And how does it generate flights of