Grasses—green, neatly trimmed, symbols of civic virtue—shaped the national landscape. They have now outlived their purpose.
A new tool lets you chart people's sexual searches.
A tangled Webb will unfurl itself outside of Earth.
"Sensory fiction" offers yet another update to our notion of what a book can be.
Not really, but the speech is but one piece of the spectacle of the State of the Union.
Twenty-eight years ago today, the space shuttle exploded over the Atlantic, killing its seven occupants.
In 1913, a president was able to wow Congress just by giving a speech.
News footage from one of the early tragedies of the U.S. space program
Today's reminder that, when it comes to technology, celebrities are decidedly not like the rest of us
The state of our union is ... curious.
A newly deciphered tablet offers new hints about the shape of an ancient vessel.
Watch Steve Jobs unveil the computer that was designed "for the rest of us."
The potential 2016 presidential candidate went from Earth mother ... to moon ... to fleshy planet.
The traffic went to sites whose IP addresses are registered to a shell company that lists the home as its address.
And now scientists are using it to take a census of the sea.
More than 50 percent of Buzzfeed's traffic comes from mobile visits. And that includes stories that are thousands of words long.
Got a rare fossil? Find a Makerbot.
An artist captures the interactions between recreational drugs and photographic equipment. And the results are ... appropriately trippy.
It's an efficient, and polite, way of announcing, "Aaaand … scene."
This chimp is bananas.
Journalists question the ethics of cancer—of fighting it, and of blogging about it.