What happens when alt-right figurehead Mike Cernovich gets a hold of your old "edgy" joke tweets? If you're James Gunn, you get fired. If you're Patton Oswalt... hopefully nothing?
No, it's not optical illusions. It's just the sheer magic of photography and a unique perspective.
The pigeons that were photographers, the US military's camouflage Disneyland and other best photos of the week.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Whole milk is good now, there will be nothing like "The Dark Knight" again and your phone number isn't safe.
On Thursday, Israel narrowly passed a "basic law" declaring the country as a Jewish nation-state, with a 62-55 vote in Parliament. Critics of the new law have likened it to South African apartheid. Here's what you should read about it.
Thus is a familiar dynamic with Amazon. The deals are too good to pass up, the workers report mistreatment and Jeff Bezos's fortune grows. Apropos of everything, here is what the man who has more money than God has been up to for the past six months.
Trump's press conference with Putin in Helsinki did not go well. Here's how prominent Republicans are reacting.
The "excellent drivers" of Japan, the dangers of train yards through the eyes of railroad employees and other best photos of the week.
Divers from all over the world participated in a huge operation to rescue the boys, who became stranded by rising water after exploring the cave on June 23.
The secret stash of a Soviet street photographer, a visual diary of queer youth in America's deep south and other best photos of the week.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Recycling isn't as straightforward as we think, exposing the NSA's secret spying hubs and the one rule change that will change the NFL.
Justice Anthony Kennedy has long been known as a swing justice — although in his last season he sided with the court's conservative bloc on several high-profile cases — and replacing him with a more consistent conservative could transform American policy and society for decades to come.
At its recent I/O event, Google debuted Duplex, a soon-to-debut tool for booking reservations and querying businesses that mimics human conversation over the phone. To demonstrate the tech, Google invited a bunch of writers to pose as restaurant staff and talk to Duplex directly.
Normally, a primary victory in an overwhelmingly blue district would be nothing out of the ordinary but there are a number of reasons why Ocasio-Cortez's upset marks an extraordinary moment in American politics.
Is the fifth installment of the "Jurassic" series a terrific thunder-lizard thrill-ride or a dingy dinosaur dud? Here's what the reviews say.
On Wednesday morning, the European Parliament voted in favor of a proposal to change EU copyright law, known as the Copyright in the Digital Single Market. Copyright and internet experts believe it will destroy the web as we've come to know it.
Are we going to Mars? Will Trump command a fleet of space ships and come to dominate the cosmos before any other space-faring nation can hope to lay claim to the resources of the infinite? The answers are, predictably, far more boring.
The Trump administration has wantonly created a humanitarian crisis at the border by forcibly separating children from their parents. Here's what you missed this weekend.
Tonight, President Donald Trump will meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in a hotel room in Singapore to potentially discuss terms of denuclearization. How might things go down?
Voting rights advocates say that the ruling will result in the disenfranchisement of thousands of mostly low-income and nonwhite voters and could throw future elections to Republicans.
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