Not really, no. At the end of each year, chief White House photographer Pete Souza does a roundup of his own favorite photographs from the last 12 months. His edit never disappoints. From Jerry Seinfeld
China's air is notoriously polluted, full of gray smog that covers the sky. The health problems associated with that pollution are the reason for 1.6 million deaths a year, or about 4,000 people a day.
Self-taught photographer Julie Cherki has a raw talent and keen eye that radiates out of each of her striking portraits. As most artists do, Cherki uses the camera as a means of communication, a tool connects
Boeing files a lot of patents. From the filing for a force field to protect planes from blasts mid-air in 2012 to a laser-powered fusion engine earlier this year, these are all patents for potential uses
Astronomers have spotted a strange mess of objects whirling around a distant star. Scientists who search for extraterrestrial civilizations are scrambling to get a closer look. In the Northern hemisphere’s
An ingenious hack could allow unwanted access to Siri commands by simply sending radio waves to a pair of unshielded iPhone earbuds. While the hack is needlessly complex – the hacker could simply go over