Before Moochie was a murderer, he was something of a savior inside our home. He was the son who had protected my mother from an abusive husband. The brother who shielded the rest of us from the bullies down the road and the kids who made fun of my stutter.
Free service DoNotPay helped appeal over $4m in parking fines in just 21 months, but it's just the tip of the legal AI iceberg for its 19-year-old creator.
For years, international sports organizations have been policing
women competitors for “masculine” qualities — and turning
their Olympic dreams into nightmares. But when Dutee
Chand appealed her ban, she may have changed the rules.
Minimalist design darling (and Digg favorite) MVMT have exploded in popularity. And, thanks to demand, they’ve expanded their very popular “Chrono” series. Check out the new styles today and get 10% off your order.
Some of the web’s biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites, according to two people familiar with the process.
Suspected Islamic State group extremists have hit the international terminal of Istanbul's Ataturk airport, killing dozens of people and wounding many others, Turkish officials said Tuesday.
Will the hacker or hackers behind a huge heist be able to spend their bounty?
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.
Dr. John Lusingu first contracted malaria when he was 16. For the next 12 years, he suffered multiple malaria infections per year. Now, he's dedicated his life to developing a vaccine.
Europe is prepared to accept Britain's vote to leave the EU, but they aren't going to be nice about it. Exhibit 1: European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker taking a shot at British politician Nigel Farage, one of the leading voices behind the "Leave" campaign.
The out-dated idea that females are chaste and males are promiscuous needs to be thrown away.
Never look at your razor the same way again.
He worked for FEMA at ground zero, but then Kurt Sonnenfeld became a suspect in the mysterious and high-profile death of his wife. Now he's found a new life in South America and become a folk hero by telling an amazing story about the World Trade Center attacks.
Much more than a cheap thrill, the urban slides opening around the world are part of a trend to make cities more playful
The Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon bridge in Hunan, China is set to be the longest glass bridge in the world. Due to the whole "being made out of glass" thing, the developers have been eager to showcase its safety.
In a series of flight combat simulations, the AI successfully evaded retired US Air Force Colonel Gene "Geno" Lee, and shot him down every time.
According to a patent application published last week, Snapchat has considered a “revenue-sharing” scenario, in which brands would pay users for their content.
The characters in Westeros are constantly in transit, traversing from the North to the Riverlands or sailing across the Narrow Sea to hang out with Daenerys in Meereen. And damn, do they move fast.
The adaptation of the iconic videogame, first announced in 2014, is becoming a trilogy – but not for financial reasons, says producer Larry Kasanoff.
This video from 2012 is making us really hungry as it showcases how to make a light and crispy tempura.
This weekend is a big one, folks. Do you have everything you need for a fully optimized Chill And Grill hang?
A firm in Geneva plans to open a café where customers can enjoy oral sex while they sip their morning coffee.
After decades of losing sales to Germany’s luxury giants, Cadillac is desperate to recast its image as the luxury car brand for young, urban, status-conscious drivers, even moving their headquarters from Detroit to SoHo, in New York City.
Across civilizations and cultures, encased meat has been a human staple.
Spend $99 and get a $149 credit to Threadlab, a curated clothing service that sends you a handpicked selection of high-quality items, personalized to fit you and your budget.
Every city in the world has general stores that sell soft drinks and sundries. But only New York City has bodegas.
Several of these boosters will be used on the space agency's next big rocket, the Space Launch System, which will help take astronauts into deep space.
A Facebook search for "Donald Trump" will yield hundreds of pages devoted to the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. But hidden among these politicized pages are a number of personal Facebook accounts for ordinary men who just happen to also be named Donald Trump.
Millions of men in the prime of their lives are missing from the labor force. Could a big U.S. housing construction project bring them back?
Inside the craft fair at Angola, the country’s largest maximum security prison.
There has been a 500 percent increase in the number of inmates over the last 40 years. Despite decreasing crime rates, the United States locks up more people than any other nation.
America gets Fall Out Boy and Missy Elliot. Japan gets this. What the heck, Sony, what the heck.
Coding bootcamps have been sold as a fast way to gain access to the comfy world of tech jobs flooding the job market, but do they really live up to the hype?
Ending one of the longest, costliest and most bitterly partisan congressional investigations in history, the House Select Committee on Benghazi issued its final report on Tuesday, finding no new evidence of culpability or wrongdoing by Hillary Clinton in the 2012 attacks in Libya that left four Americans dead.
Had Cleveland's LeBron James not made the chase-down block, Golden State would have had the lead — and a raucous home crowd — on its side in the game's final moments. This is the story of The Block, told by the principal parties involved.
When you think of presidential impersonators, you think funny, ha-ha, frivolous. But the little-known history of presidential impersonation in America is surprisingly dark and twisted.
Although the technique can only be used to steal a limited amount of data, it’s sufficient to siphon encryption keys and lists of usernames and passwords, as well as small amounts of keylogging histories and documents, from more than two dozen feet away.
Andrew Pappas is running for Hamilton County Commissioner in Ohio. We aren't even entirely sure what his political positions are, but he's earned our vote with this spot.
Davis’ legacy, represented by every Wikipedia page that mentions him.
On the subtle sexism of men who praise experiences over stuff.