Venezuela and Uruguay issue a travel warning about the US, warning visitors about violence and hate crimes.
For 24 hours, 36 journalists spread across San Francisco to document the region's homelessness epidemic.
A linguist explains how he developed Google’s “Nigerian English” voice—without being seen as “biased” for one region or another.
NEC unveils a wobbly flying car in Abiko, outside Tokyo. It’s able to hover for about a minute using four propellers.
Microscopic “water bears,” possibly “the toughest animal in the known universe,” recently landed on the Moon.
A study suggests that seagulls find the human gaze terrifying.
Prepackaged salads occasionally include living animals. About 53% are frogs and toads.
Consumption of rosé wine is up in France, where people are eating less meat and appreciating the pink wine's "Instagrammability."
A regular pot smoker reviews samples from the drinkable marijuana market, which the booze industry is flooding with investment.
Now trending: “microbiome-friendly” skincare products, for people who prefer bacteria to soap for cleaning themselves.
Chinese photographer Guanyu Xu recently staged a massive art show inside his parents' apartment, only to dismantle it each day before they got home from work.
A brief tribute to Civilization, a new magazine that hates imagery, and other nice printed things.
A teacher explains why she teaches Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye, one of the American Library Association’s most challenged books.