A message in a bottle is discovered after 98 years of floating at sea.
The Science Guy bets a pretty penny against bodybuilder and nagging critic Joe Bastardi that the Earth is—wait for it—actually getting warmer.
Speaking of the well-being of our planet, the key to saving it might be a global transition to a vegan diet.
Apparently, “Boaty McBoatface” fails to denote even an inkling of seriousness as the new name for the U.K.'s new $300 million research vessel.
Everything is connected, even grammar and sick beats.
Humans aren't the only species who could use prosthetic limbs. A duck who lost his feet to frostbite is walking again, thanks to a 3D printer.
Lines to the restroom at one of New York City's most popular museums might be a little longer than usual pretty soon. The Guggenheim Museum is about to install a completely functioning 18-karat gold toilet designed and sculpted by artist Maurizio Cattelan.
Asteroid? Volcanic eruption? Scientists propose a new theory on how dinosaurs went extinct.
In a surprising turn of events, the teen convicted of killing his five family members will be sentenced as a juvenile and could be released by the the age of 21.
83-year-old ex-priest arrested in connection with the death of a young woman in 1960.
Introducing Equipay, an app that divides the bill based on privilege.
Misty Copeland recreates famous Degas paintings, is flawless.
For only $10, you can have a printout of your very own gif.
OK Go's latest music video was shot in zero gravity, seriously.
Jimmy Fallon talks to... Peyton Manning?
Just had to get that upgrade? There is a lake in China filled with the toxic, radioactive sludge that is the byproduct of your new smartphone.
"Santa's elves" work for a pittance mass fabricating your useless holiday trinkets.
Easy access to paint programs has unleashed a torrent of what-if 8-bit imaginary retro video game awesomeness where time-slipped console development meets films from the past, present and future. Personally, I’d like to see a Super Nintendo THX-1138—which would certainly be less ridiculous than the SNES Home Alone cartridge—but I guess I’ll have to do that one up myself. What I did find out was that there were these clever mock-ups, one of which is actually real. Which one?
Republican debate shows stunning ignorance of how technology works.
What we do now to prevent climate change.
Don't bring your Light Sabers to the Star Wars premiere.
ABQ zoo gives gifts to animals today and it's gonna be cute as hell.
A dissection and explanation of behavior in office parties.