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Researchers have discovered that “chemically active” droplets grow to the size of cells and spontaneously divide, suggesting they might have evolved into the first living cells.
In Iceland, teenage smoking, drinking and drug use have been radically cut in the past 20 years. How they did it, and why other countries won’t follow suit.
New iconography is an effort from the industry to standardise the pictograms that depict how to work typical Japanese toilets
Nearly 15 million people and counting have watched a three-minute drone video that shows a stretch of road in a remote area of Western Australia being paved and no one really knows why.
When Justin Trudeau said ‘there is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada’, he was articulating a uniquely Canadian philosophy that some find bewildering, even reckless – but could represent a radical new model of nationhood.
Ryan is your average five-year-old but his everyday events — opening a new action figure or going to Chuck E. Cheese’s — are watched by hundreds of millions of other kids.
The Countess of Castiglione was obsessed with her own beauty, and meticulously art directed hundreds of portraits of herself over the course of her life.
I have been following Pete Souza and his Obama administration photos for 8 years now. Will surely miss them.
Raymond Loewy, the father of industrial design, believed that consumers are torn between a curiosity about new things and a fear of anything too new.
Counterfeit clothing is a trillion dollar business that relies on consumers’ thirst for bargains to fund terrorists, drug dealers and human traffickers.
Through DNA editing, researchers hope to alter the genetic destiny of species and eliminate diseases.
Robert Jensen has spent his career restoring order after mass fatalities: identifying remains, caring for families, and recovering personal effects. Here’s how he became the best at the worst job in the world.