Grasses—green, neatly trimmed, symbols of civic virtue—shaped the national landscape. They have now outlived their purpose.
A guy found it on a school trip. An AMA with a Smithsonian paleontologist helped identify it.
Web developers and engineers on the spammy economics of tech recruitment emails
The seafarers of the future might do their faring virtually.
An open ode from Walt Whitman to the dating app's do-gooders
Ukrainians try to reclaim their country, one Instagram at a time.
Long-lost memories pop up in music recommendations
Including this one: "L E G E N D A R Y"
"She was quite literally camping in Antarctica ... and found me. It's mind-blowing."
Long-distance digits long ago shed their monetary worth, but they gained something else in its place: cultural value.
There's another competition going on in Sochi, and it's not on the slopes.
What's it like to fly down an ice tunnel at 80 miles per hour, wearing nothing but Spandex and a helmet? Here, let a GoPro set the scene.
Watch the "Pineapple Express" make its way from Hawaii to the West Coast.
"Woman" is the most commonly searched term on Getty. The agency is trying to use that fact as a force for good.
Today in selfie sadness: images that treat sleeping humans as scenery
"Nice job @IOC giving Russia the Winter Games. Might as well let Cleveland host a Super Bowl."
A cutting-edge building material promises structures that are both sustainable and ... compostable.
A small bookstore hacks its system to prevent expectant parents from receiving 10 different copies of Good Night, Moon.
The typical condiment container has barely changed since 1955.
"We're going to explore temperatures far below anything found naturally."