Mt. Ijen, on the island of Java, is one of the most dangerous workplaces on Earth.
The Duffer Brothers sent it out with a message signed, “From Russia with love.”
Whether you're shredding the slopes or diving the seas, these compact, often waterproof cameras are made for danger.
To build an NSX for racing, Acura had to "dumb down" its model by omitting its smartest part: the electric motor.
The conspiracy movement lost its online home when 8chan was shut down. Followers migrated to other sites—and have set their sights on the presidential race.
The worst way to realize you’re turning into your parents.
Stories about climate disaster have entertained us for years. Now, they’re getting more unforgiving and dire.
People used to think the crowdsourced encyclopedia represented all that was wrong with the web. Now it's a beacon of so much that's right.
The city has four times more listings than it did four years ago, and many of them violate short-term rental limits.
A researcher discovered that hundreds of extensions in the Web Store were part of a long-running malvertising and ad-fraud scheme.
Everything is going to hell. You may as well enjoy a sparkling undercarriage.
Roger Stone, Hookers for Jesus—William Barr had a lot to deal with last week.
Plus: Retailers aim to improve delivery performance, and Airbus displays a model of a new blended-wing plane.
Put Instagram on your walls.
A stretchy plastic that changes colors as it deforms lets mathematicians and physicists model the stress points of knots, and test which is the strongest.
Give yourself to the dark side. Or at least, your phones.
Starting with the small-scale model 'Maveric', the planemaker says this new design could produce major efficiency gains.
The more ‘parentese’ there is at home, the more likely a child is to have an advanced vocabulary later on.
These astronauts are out of this world and breaking new ground for space science.
Mac malware, a Bitcoin mixer, and more of the week's top security news.
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