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.
This short film captures a young girl s love for her brother who has cerebral palsy.
Weeks after protesters drove President Viktor F. Yanukovych of Ukraine from power, Maidan protesters in Kiev s Independence Square mourn the dead and ponder where their revolution has left them.
Three years after a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, the crisis is still unfolding. In the United States, the disaster served as a warning to the nuclear industry.
At a news conference, Malaysian authorities give an update on possible debris fields.
At the South by Southwest film festival, the actor and director discusses his film about a popular chef who reaches a turning point in his life.
As a referendum on the future of Crimea approaches, demonstrators in Ukraine and elsewhere in Europe gathered. Some waved Russian flags while others compared Vladimir V. Putin to Hitler.
In 1984, news reports that hundreds of children had been abused at a California preschool helped spread panic across the nation. But the case was not all it seemed and its impact continues to be felt.
Dropcam is like a nanny cam for your dog. With it, it s easy to communicate with your pet remotely but obedience is not included.
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