Michael Katze, famous for his studies of Ebola and the flu, ran a lab at the University of Washington where intoxication and sexual harassment went unchecked, and where he misused public resources for personal gain.
This chart below shows the spread for major occupation groups, for several decades. Imagine you randomly select 50 people from each group, and this is what their annual income probably looks like.
Parallel parking sucks, but with inventor William Lilliard's crazy tires, you can just drive sideways into your space. They're also great for doing slow mo donuts.
Kenzai is so over the health gimmicks. Their 90-day program gets you real, sustainable results without the juice cleanses, weird detoxes and fad workouts. They’re running a 24-hour flash sale just for Digg users, so check it out.
Remember when Drake Anthony built a 40-watt laser gun last year? Well, the one he made this year is at least five times as awesome.
No, literally. Why has the cinematography on TV's prestige dramas gotten darker and darker?
For years, gynecologists have had a bird’s-eye view on a phenomenon that is now so popular as to be almost commonplace: female genitalia, bereft of hair.
Jim Ross is famous for his over-the-top WWE calls ("As god is my witness, he is broken in half!"), and it's become customary to dub his iconic calls over sports highlights. So after two drivers in NASCAR's truck series got into it over the weekend, Fox Sports got the real Jim Ross to do some original commentary for the fight. It's great.
One organization is working to connect cities and towns from Maine to Florida with protected trails.
Today on Flash Forward: A future without schools. Instead of gathering students into a room and teaching them, everybody learns on their own time, on tablets and guided by artificial intelligence.
You turn your back on the ocean for one second — one second! — and it'll get ya. Screw you, ocean.
Three different forecasting models, 50 states and a lot of data visualization all leads to one conclusion: Hillary Clinton is sitting pretty as the favorite for the President of the United States of America.
Information pulled from EgyptAir Flight 804's data recorder suggests smoke may have been detected in the lavatory and avionics bay in the moments before the doomed flight plunged into the Mediterranean Sea on May 19, the Egyptian government said today.
A peculiar car (?) chase in Oakland captured on Snapchat might have a significant impact on criminals' vehicle of choice.
It isn't that we're making bad decisions. More often, we aren't even aware there's a decision to make.
This weekend is a big one, folks. Do you have everything you need for a fully optimized Chill And Grill hang?
Protecting one book is easy. Saving 377,000 fragile historic documents from gun-toting vandals hell-bent on erasing centuries of knowledge? That takes a different type of hero.
A tunnel dug out with spoons by Jewish prisoners escaping Nazi captors in World War Two has been uncovered in Lithuania's Ponar forest.
City lights are speeding up the lifecycle of woodland trees in England, new study shows, officially kicking off spring one week early.
To anyone who’s dangled half their body off the bed to keep their phone plugged in while checking Instagram, we say this: y tho? Get a longer cord. Like this one.
Come on Derek, it's not that hard. Can't you tell a sarcastic "dope" from a genuine one? Gosh you might as well go work at Staples.
Researchers combined the data from nine studies looking at the relationship of butter consumption with various health outcomes. They found that eating butter didn’t significantly change people’s incidence of cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, or stroke.
Rationally speaking, it would be bad for people and bad for science.
Here we have US President Barack Obama, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto royally screwing up a simple handshake. This is Politics 101, guys.
The internet has been ablaze the past few weeks about Apple potentially removing the headphone jack from the next iPhone — a move that’s been heavily rumored for months. It wouldn't be the first time Apple led the industry in killing a legacy I/O technology.
A road trip through the ruins of the American West.
In 1970, photographer Carl Fischer — who'd shot the iconic Ali Esquire cover two years earlier — was on assignment again for the magazine. But the story never ran, and the negatives sat in Fischer's archives for 46 years. Until now.
For the first time, London-based Killing Kittens brought its upper-class orgy to an exclusive East Hampton estate. Armed with La Perla lingerie and an open mind, one writer decided to investigate.
Links sent privately through Messenger can be read by anyone, and Facebook has no plans to fix the issue.
In an excerpt from Brian Abrams’s "Die Hard: An Oral History," the people behind the best action movie in history, "Die Hard," discuss how they found their John McClane.
Climate change sucks for many reasons, and more shark attacks is one of the more horrifying ones.
A gun and bomb attack on Istanbul's Ataturk airport killed 41 people, at least 13 of them foreigners, and injured more than 230, officials say. Three attackers arrived in a taxi and began firing at the terminal entrance late on Tuesday. They blew themselves up after police fired back.
What men got wrong about the economy.
Well-informed experts put forward a view on a topic based on the best evidence available, and public opinion jumps the other way. Why does this happen?
A man flying at approximately 28,000 feet caught a view of this shuttle that was about 13 miles away. And boy is that thing hoofing it away from Earth.
If you own a gaming console, laptop, or computer, it’s likely you’ve seen one of these warnings in the form of a sticker placed over a screw or a seam: “Warranty void if removed.” What almost no one knows is that these stickers and clauses are illegal.
How a lime grower in Tierra Caliente led an uprising against one of Mexico’s bloodiest drug cartels.
Even if you're insanely talented, like Phil Kmetz is, taking a $179 mountain bike down a double black diamond mountain bike trail is not very smart.
The diner is an American breakfast institution. From Connecticut to Hawaii, New York to New Mexico, Tennessee to Oregon, and everywhere in-between, diners are there to provide succor to the weary and hungry at all hours of the day. Here are 50 of the best from around the country.
The Rio Olympics are shaping up to be a series of delayed projects and hazards, as Colbert finely exhibits in his preview of Rio 2016.