Artist Julie Cockburn alters found photos through embroidery.
Philip Morris seeks FDA approval on a cigarette heater it claims reduces health risks—and they'd never lie to you.
Researchers are finding new applications for ultrasound, including ways to heal wounds and administer drugs.
During WWI, artist Norman Wilkinson devised "dazzle" paint on ships to confuse enemy submarines.

H.P. Lovecraft's "Nemesis" perfectly matches Billy Joel's "Piano Man."

After @OurWorldcomic discovered an H.P. Lovecraft poem matched the meter of Billy Joel's "Piano Man," the internet's cover artists obliged.

(You can hear more versions here.)

See also: "H.P. Lovecraft, Author, Is Dead."

Even if Jake Paul's vlogging career combusts, his social-media stardom course will inspire legions of brofluencers.
Present-day London depicted over a 1682 map of the city, the first after the Great Fire of London in 1666.
The backlash against HQ, fueled by PR fails, unavailable payouts—and, of course, lag.
Measuring Trump's performance on very specific metrics—from deficit-to-GDP reversal to searches on moving to Canada.
Facebook acknowledges it will never be able to fully quell misinformation, and that's bad for democracy.
This is one of several lovely photographs of a coastline.
What makes some of the hardest problems in contemporary physics so difficult? Turbulence.
Trump has spent one-third of his presidency, 120 days, at Trump-branded properties.
An artist finds inspiration in “The Negro Motorist Green Book” (1936-66), a travel guide to safely navigate the US.
At least nine heads of private K-12 schools in New York City earned total yearly packages topping $800,000 in 2015.
In another immigration news, a Dutch animal-rights activist is denied a Swiss passport for being "too annoying."
A neuroscientist who studies aggression visits a "rage room" in Manhattan and finds it's not exactly therapeutic.
A big new media study finds that 60% of Republicans trust Fox News and basically no other source of information.
As of Friday morning, a survey of the dynamics finds it's more likely than not the government will shut down.