In 1958, thousands of Chinese citizens were sent to brutal labor camps where life was hell and leaving was impossible — but that didn't stop one man from trying. Half a century later, his long lost story is finally told.
Here are the 10 best indicators to judge the impact of his policies in the next four years and determine whether the economy lives up to Trump’s pre-election promises.
See how Obama performed on 40 of the promises he made during his two presidential campaigns.
An app that diagnosis your car’s health, a tracker that makes sure you never forget where you parked, and other genius gadgets you shouldn’t drive without.
It's probably safer for Brian Shaw to stick with rowing machines, since an actual racing shell would probably sink under him.
When Bell Labs introduced an answering machine device, it also introduced "talking rubber." Only one of those inventions stuck around.
How the man behind "The Benny Hill Show" ascended the comedy ranks, and how he spent his final years.
Jack is such a jerk. This kid was completely within his rights.
It's easier than you think, even here in America.
"Who were these writers? Kevin, a 50-ish ex-Navy autodidact wrote in revelatory detail about the best type of cardboard to sleep on and where to procure it. Margaret Miranda, who had found her way to us from a nearby psychiatric facility, wrote poems of extraordinary wit, lucidity, and invention."
President Trump is now filing the documents needed to remove his name as top executive at his companies, finally making good on a promise to leave management.
In 1984, at the height of his literary fame, Raduan Nassar announced his retirement, to become a farmer.
Senators Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Susan Collins of Maine unveiled a bill that they are describing as an "Obamacare replacement plan." They promise the proposal would give more power to the states on health care policy, increase access to affordable insurance and help cover millions of Americans who are currently uninsured.
If you don't think the bass can be a compelling instrument all by itself, please allow these two maestros of the lower clef to pummel you into submission with four strings each.
Ajit Pai, an enemy of net neutrality and overall opponent of regulation, will be Trump’s pick to lead the Federal Communications Commission, the FCC announced today.
“Why should anyone want to use this strange mode of discourse where you say something you don’t actually mean and expect people to understand not only what you actually do mean but also your attitude toward it?”
American Horror Story: Your battery’s at 3% and you still haven’t ordered an Uber yet. Don’t let this happen to you.
My year-long odyssey of doling out career advice to anyone who would listen did not go well.
In the 1950s and '60s, payola scandals led to Congressional investigations. Though today's tactics are more nuanced than handing a DJ a briefcase full of money, pay for play is still alive and well.
The kinship between mushers — who live, almost by definition, far from civilization, neighbors, and even one another — is founded on an obsession with dogs, sure, but crystalized through a shared understanding of pain, exhaustion and transcendence.
With features such as "minimal fruit transition points," the Oxbo 9120 is the ultimate raspberry harvester machine on the market. We're big fans.
Don’t hire an assassin on a darknet market. It’s immoral, and also fake.
Once you lose faith in one institution, you start to lose faith in them all. Lessons from Putin’s Moscow.
In November, NASA launched the GOES-16 weather satellite from Cape Canaveral. The satellite contains an Advanced Baseline Imager, which promises images of earth at four times the resolution as previous satellites, allowing for more specific meteorological predictions.
On Friday, Shia LaBeouf started a four-year-long interactive project called "HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US". When a white supremacist (he slips a "14" — a white supremacist slogan — in at the beginning) tried to infiltrate, LaBeouf shouted him down until he left.
At full power, the Chaparral 2J makes an ear-splitting, high-pitched drone, like the buzzing of mechanical wasps from hell.
A look inside Flying Dog, the company that made a bestseller out of a beer with a naughty name — and launched a First Amendment fight to call its brews whatever the hell it wants.
The urban legend says only two people know the Coca-Cola recipe at a given time. Was that ever true, and is it true today?
How Kevin Systrom got over minimalism and snapped into building mode.
As an engineer for the US Digital Service, Marianne Bellotti has encountered vintage mainframes that are still being used in production — sometimes even powering web apps.
Cody just really wants to know if he can roast marshmallows on Mars.
The "Resident Evil" games have gone through a rough patch for a few years. By switching to first-person and focusing on survival elements, "7" wants to return to the series' horror roots. Is it scary good or scary bad? Here's what reviews say.
Unless you're a volleyball player, you probably don't watch many volleyball highlights. You should watch this one.
If you get to work after 9 am, consider yourself lucky.
The Commodore Amiga was a machine ahead of its time, but it couldn't save the personal computing pioneer. What went wrong?
Hitting theaters on December 15, 2017 will be director Rian Johnson's continuation of what is now being called "the Skywalker saga."
Wrote the New York Times in 1981: "Soaring housing costs, urban violence, shifting ethnic patterns and an increase in childless adults living together may be turning San Francisco... into a haven for the young, the old, the wealthy and the childless."
Don't let the cheerful elevator music fool you — Adult Swim is here to make you feel uncomfortable.
Some of the wealthiest people in America — in Silicon Valley, New York, and beyond — are getting ready for the crackup of civilization.