A clip from Matt Wolf s documentary Teenage.
Senator Dianne Feinstein states on the Senate floor that the Central Intelligence Agency has accessed the computers of the Senate intelligence committee.
Vice Admiral Michael S. Rogers testifies at a Senate Armed Services Committee on his nomination to run the National Security Agency.
The biographer Blake Bailey tells the story of his own family in The Splendid Things We Planned.
The makers of Oreo cookies have outdone themselves with their latest attempt to jazz up their icon. But how do they simulate raw cookie dough without using flour or eggs?
The authorities are suggesting that a group of London traders, known as the cartel and the mafia, may have been illegally dipping into the $5.3-trillion-a-day currency trade.
Europe s oldest boys choir, the Escolania de Montserrat, has eased its residency requirements to raise enrollment. The move was effective and now they are on their first American tour.
Malaysian authorities said one of the two stolen passport holders on the missing flight MH370 is an Iranian who might have been migrating to Germany.
An inside look at the site of the destroyed Buddhas of Bamian in Afghanistan.
Catherine Saint Louis knows she s a fast eater. She hopes the HapiFork can undo some bad habits.
The actress discusses her role as a 3000-year-old vampire in Jim Jarmusch's latest film.
Scenes from Darren Bader's latest video project, 'Things I'm (Probably) Not Going to Get Done for the Biennial.'
Is a treadmill desk worth the high cost? A New York Times reporter, Amy Harmon, puts one to the test at work.
The Prep Pad is a kitchen scales that connects to a smart phone and measures the nutritional content of your food.
A high-tech tool to combat concussion damage, the Reebok Checklight is a sensor worn under the helmet that lights up upon significant impact.
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