Meanwhile Vice President Pence said nothing, prompting the best jokes.
A new category of falsehood—“the Bottomless Pinocchio”—is created to accommodate Trump’s compulsive lying.
Photographs of migrants getting under, over, and around sections of Trump's border wall.
Egypt bans the sale of yellow vests for fear of any copycat protests inspired by those in France.
Protests in France are similar to previous revolutionary movements. Once, it was the price of bread; now, it’s the price of gas.
At least two were killed and 12 wounded after a gunman opened fire at a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France.
British Conservative lawmakers force a no-confidence vote for Prime Minister Theresa May.
What European newspapers are saying about Theresa May’s move to delay a vote on her Brexit deal.
FYI: "Shitstorm," recently popularized by Angela Merkel, was actually adopted by Germany's standard dictionary in 2013.
"Why is Rhode Island a state?" A visualization of the most popular search queries for each US state.
Students in Anchorage go back to school for the first time since the November 30th earthquake.
Black babies in America are twice as likely to die before their first birthdays as white babies. But the cause isn’t race—it’s racism.
Audio: Now that Voyager 2 has left the heliosphere, a revisit to this great old story about romantic time capsules.
Stephen Curry and other NBA players believe the moon landing was a hoax. NASA wants the chance to show them some rocks.
An atlas of high-performing public transportation finds that some cities often described as transit failures are the opposite.
For those with a dual love for maps and decorating: a downloadable "geodesic globe Christmas ornament thing."
A woman who shatters men's course records in ultra-marathons has "crystallized the debate" about psychological power in sports.
"Stretching studios" are being labelled the next big exercise trend—but please don't call them physical therapy.
Twitter's CEO crows about the success of his silent meditation retreat, which suggests it wasn't much of a success at all.
One of Japan's best ramen shops is tucked inside a used car dealership.
After his wife died, a man decided to keep going on the cruises they loved—and now has lived on the same cruise ship for 13 years.