What if famous artists were hipsters, a Starbucks shop in shipping containers and other coolest design of the week.
An eerie look inside a Chinese love doll factory, a renenactment of the Battle of Hastings and an intimate portrait of life after life in prison.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Bing is a fine search engine, sleeping with an ex is probably fine and it would be fine if billionaires didn't exist anymore.
Inside the psychiatric hospitals and churches of China, a camp bringing outer space to the blind and what it's like turning 18 for girls around the world.
Beautiful alternative limbs, sculptures made of sewing machines and typewriters and other coolest design of the week.
The hurricane has been downgraded to category 3 after making landfall as category 4 — the first category 4 hurricane ever to strike the Florida Panhandle.
Businessweek reported that it had found the largest cybersecurity breach ever. The companies involved claim otherwise. Security researchers are torn. What to believe?
The Pixel 3 may be the most-leaked phone ever, but Google is still teasing some surprises for its annual hardware event.
According to CNN, the Saudis are preparing to release a report stating that Khashoggi's death "was the result of an interrogation that went wrong, one that was intended to lead to his abduction from Turkey."
The haunted merchandise selling on eBay, recreating the odd eating habits of famous artists and the insides of Uzbekistan's beautiful, rarely-seen metro.
Planters that enclose plants in "fog," a concert hall inspired by sound waves and an urban cabin in Beijing inspired by the tradition of hutongs.
A house that tilts and rotates, a café in Seoul that looks likes a two-dimensional cartoon and the mermaids that dangle out of laundromats.
An artist photographs his trysts with older men, what it was like being a limousine driver in Brooklyn in the 1980s and a then-and-now project of interned Japanese-Americans.
Thursday's hearing, which ran for more than 10 hours, marks a crucial moment in American politics that stretches beyond a Supreme Court seat — and it feels like the end result of the Kavanaugh hearings is going to set off a political catalyst for either side.
In an extraordinary, daylong Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday, Christine Blasey Ford calmly described her alleged assault by Brett Kavanaugh and Kavanaugh angrily blasted the process as "a national disgrace."
The transhumans turning themselves into cyborgs, the "love markets" in China and the woman who costumed herself like her trolls.
Put Emma Stone and Jonah Hill in a show created by Patrick Somerville ("The Leftovers") and directed by Cary Fukunaga ("True Detective" season one) — Netflix clearly hopes this combination of talent will make "Maniac" must-watch TV. Here's what the reviews say.
After a lukewarm second season examining the capture of American solider Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan, Sarah Koenig and her team dive back into the US criminal justice system for the third season of the popular true crime podcast. Is "Serial" back?
Based on the early reviews of iOS 12, this is one of those rare moments where your well-placed suspicions of $1 trillion tech giants can be, briefly, laid aside: iOS 12 is a winner.
Christine Blasey Ford will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee this Thursday to testify about her sexual assault allegation against Kavanaugh.
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