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Partial results from the Iowa caucuses—the outcome of which is now unlikely to change—show Buttigieg and Sanders in the lead, followed by Warren, Biden, Klobuchar, and Yang.

Today, senators will almost certainly vote to acquit Trump and bring an end to the impeachment trial.

According to Gallup, Trump's approval rating has risen to 49%, his highest since taking office.

It's time to stop letting Big Tech hide behind "anonymized data"—given the scale of data breaches, it's a meaningless phrase.

To keep viewers' attention, a Netflix series' stars take a tip from YouTubers, point-blank telling the audience to watch the next episode.

The 14-year-old who invented the Renegade—the dance that's taken over TikTok—isn't getting any credit for her moves.

Two of Forever 21's biggest retail landlords have reached a deal to buy the chain, which filed for bankruptcy last year.

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"God, look at that Squadette, I’m dodging the game." How slang builds online gaming communities.

The beauty of highly organized spaces—such as labs, factories, and shipyards—photographed by Alastair Philip Wiper.

“Gen Xers face a long future of precarity, debt, and climate catastrophe, as millennials do; some of us just lived, for a while, in a mental atmosphere not yet shaped by this knowledge.” Why Kristin Hersh of Throwing Muses is still the wake-up call Gen X needs.

Remembering Gang of Four guitarist Andy Gill, who died last week at 64.

Watch and listen: A microtonal guitar with a fretboard made of Lego.

Original Beach Boys Brian Wilson and Al Jardine want a total boycott of their former band over a show at a trophy hunting event.

The scenery of far east Russia in photos shot with an astonishing depth of field by Isabella Tabacchi.

Video: A size comparison of fictional buildings—e.g., the Krusty Krab, Hogwarts, the Tyrell Corporation Headquarters.