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In an interview with WIRED, "Jeopardy!" record-holder Ken Jennings explains what makes Holzhauer great—and what would happen if they faced off.
Mac and cheese. Peanut butter and jelly. Asparagus and … cannabis oil with a citrusy terpene profile? Welcome to the heady world of cannabis cuisine.
The company filed a sprawling environmental report for the Loop, a proposed network of tunnels that would move people from Baltimore to Washington in 15 minutes.
The console is headed to shelves in the region thanks to technology company Tencent.
At TED 2019, neuroscientist Matthew Walker argued that sleep deprivation is having a catastrophic effect on our health and safety—here are all the ways.
We review the Motorola Moto G7, Moto G7 Power, and Moto G7 Play, three good reasons to consider a cheaper phone this year.
Australian comic Chris Lilley returns to playing multiple grotesqueries—but fails to update his comedic sensibility to the times.
In Hulu's new comedy, Ramy may at times feel helpless, lost, or uncertain about what to do next. But that's OK—it feels like the real thing.
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The city's new rules compel the owners of big buildings to dramatically reduce their carbon emissions as part of a broad package of climate reforms.
The Mueller report clearly shows that Donald Trump attempted to obstruct justice, regardless of what the attorney general says.
Iranian intelligence seems to be getting its own taste of a Shadow Brokers-style leak of secrets.
Attorney general William Barr has released the redacted Mueller report to Congress. You can read all 300-plus pages of it right here.
In Russia's Mezensky district, scavengers search for metal from the the remains of rockets.
The Season 8 premiere got more eyeballs than last season's finale.
The humble compact disc has taken a starring role in the rollout of the Mueller report. Which makes more sense than you might think.
We visit with Michael Schiess, the executive director of the Pacific Pinball Museum who keeps old pinball machines in playable condition.
Opinion: Controlling the spread of insidious content online is extremely difficult—but combining efforts across platforms raise serious threats to free expression.
Part scientific instrument and part vacation destination, China's FAST radio telescope welcomed visitors with their radio wave-emitting gadgets—until it didn't.
The brand known for its fashionable apparel has launched a sneaker made of recycled and sustainably sourced materials.