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Henry Cavill is Geralt of Rivia in what Netflix is clearly hoping will fill the "Game of Thrones"-sized hole in TV viewers' hearts.
The classic rom-com invented the "high-maintenance" woman. Thirty years later, its reductive diagnosis lives on.
It's not just the eastern part of the US roasting this week. Much of the planet is on a heat bender, including the northernmost inhabited place on Earth.
Juries convicted Ricky Joyner twice. Once in 1994 and again in 1998, after he won his first appeal. Prosecutors called the case cut and dried. But we looked through transcripts, reports, video and more. Should Joyner's conviction stand?
Here are the winners of the National Audubon Society's 2019 Audubon Photography Awards.
If your computer happened to fall out of a helicopter, would it survive in this case?
New generations of Chinese immigrants hate affirmative action — and some are beginning to love Trump.
Huckberry is the only place where you'll find this particular variant of the excellent 43 liter Mission Rover travel bag. Better yet, it's also on sale.
On Assateague Island off the coast of Maryland, wild horses roam. They are very pretty, but they do not like being touched.
Accused of a slew of terrible things, the defense has no intention of resting.
Blasting obnoxious music is designed to create fear and disorient prisoners or dictators holed up in embassies or, in the case of a Florida city, the homeless.
Supertracker is designed to prove a point about email tracking's pervasiveness.
Greg Overton's flight through the valley in the Swiss Alps took a scary turn when his parachute malfunctioned. Remarkably, he was able to right himself and eventually land safely.
Using a drone, JP and Mike Andrews have continued to capture natural and manmade scenes across the world, stumbling upon unique patterns that can only be discerned from above.
Now, it can hang out with all of its goldfish friends.
Today, the drug death rate in New Jersey is 67% higher than the nation overall.
Daniel Powter's "Bad Day" is an all-time one hit wonder, spending weeks on the billboard as No.1 while being played absolutely everywhere.
The last time I saw Hideo Kojima, we were both naked.
Bong makers used to be arrested for their work. Now, some of the most intense bongs you've ever seen are going up for public auction for the first time ever.
Egg cartons can be surprisingly confusing.
"If you were a professional outlet you could call and get an interview like they did."
Inside one day of the hardest job in sports commentary.
Big cities typically amplify summer heat. In a heat wave, those few extra degrees can be a killer.
It's animated. But the distinction doesn't matter.
As Buzz Aldrin descended the lander’s ladder, Neil Armstrong captured the moment.
As with the stage production, the movie's not trying particularly hard for feline fidelity. But the ways in which it actually does hit the mark — and doesn't — still might surprise you.
The pickup driver was not injured, but his truck will bear the consequences of his bad driving.
Fifty years after Apollo 11, Moon landing conspiracists remain as staunchly skeptical as ever. But in 2019, does not believing in humanity's greatest achievement mean the same thing it did back in 1969?
It's an internet fight and only the funniest meme will emerge victorious. This week's challengers? The FaceApp that makes you look old, Area 51 and more.
When it comes to protecting their children, mothers will stop at nothing.
Designing your ideal physical mate is a dangerous and potentially mean game to play when you don't know what the other person looks. And while this is an objectively cool date regardless of who you are with, we couldn't imagine two people more different than each other.
The video is titled "If my dog spills one drop of water, the video ends," and that's exactly what it delivers.
Vegan cheese? Kraft Singles? Cheez Whiz? Which weird, yellow goo is least likely to turn my insides into weird, yellow goo?
In Iceland, the harvesting of these precious feathers has created a peculiar bond between human and duck. What can this unique relationship teach us?
There were no reports of milkshakes bringing any boys to the yard, but a fracas at a Florida Five Guys did bring cops to the restaurant — and five guys were arrested.
There is a booming industry of private hackers, snoops and secret agents. Is it too late to rein it in?
Sometimes you gotta save yourself.
Cruise told Stiller that if he were going to appear in the film he would have to dance and would need "fat hands."
The Santos-Dumont 14-bis took flight after the Wright Flyer, but was the first plane able to take off under its own power.
After a few high-profile incidents surrounding former host Jemele Hill, ESPN has attempted to remove political content from its content. Dan Le Batard just blew that up.
Having stepped ashore in Florida, on July 19, 1969 — the day before the moon landing — John Fairfax became the first solo oarsman in recorded history to cross an ocean.
Insurers are regarded as defenders of health care dollars, but the case of David Williams shows how they allow costs to rise.
The sculpture of red-and-black hands shooting a spiderweb near the Lincoln Children's Zoo offended a Lincoln woman so much she wrote to Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird demanding city action.
The bros who beez — i.e., rubbing Burt's Bees on their eyelids for a quick jolt — say their passion was always misunderstood.
Let your inner creative loose with this Pay What You Want: Drawing Fundamentals Bundle. It shows you how to use colors and techniques to create stunning images, for the price you choose.
A little more than two years ago, Andy Ngo was more or less a nobody: a 30-year-old multimedia editor for the student paper of Portland State University.
Fulton & Roark practically invented solid cologne--the premium alternative to traditional sprays. Now you can try all 8 fragrances for just $16. Plus, each sample pack comes with a $16 credit for your next purchase.
The chess grandmaster whose success was too good to be true, the con artist who turned to true crime writing and more of this week's best scam and hoax stories.
This watch has the notifications and activity tracking you'd expect from a smart watch, but it looks absolutely wild.
Fans at San Diego Comic-Con got the first look at this trailer, but did they get to pause and count the individual polar bear hairs? No.
The New York Times tells you what to do with just 36 hours in 150 cities.
The Yukihira pot is a simple-as-it-gets Japanese cooking tradition that'll look real nice in your kitchen.
"515g of solid brass. Two halves that can be twisted and a slightly noticeable noise that comes from the inside. The first puzzle I couldn't solve in a live solve video!"
We didn't really need a sequel but Hollywood has a way of insisting we get one. But hey, at least it's thrilling to look at.
After two decades of research and development, WA 38 lands this fall. It could disrupt an entire industry.
This show is supremely beautiful in case you forgot or didn't know.
A plan to attack Area 51 went viral on Facebook, and a trove of memes soon followed. Some of the posts have irony layered so thick that it could reach the stars.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
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These board games are widely beloved, and they’re affordable enough to try them all.
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