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Latest Apple Rumor Says There's A New iPod In The Works

It's been a long time since the iPod was Apple's most important gadget, but if rumors are true, it seems Apple's last remaining iPod is in line for at least one more refresh.

So, What Really Happened To The Cauldron?

Thinking about launching your own media startup? You might want to consider my crazy story first.

What It's Like To Be A Woman On The Internet

My Twitter adventure this week wasn't a garbage fire. It was a burning garbage truck that crashed into a gas station — then volunteers put out the fire and my faith in humanity was restored… until the

Ice Loss From Antarctica Has Sextupled Since The 1970s, New Research Finds

An alarming study shows massive East Antarctic ice sheet already is a significant contributor to sea-level rise.

Nine Sober Musicians On How They Thrive Creatively Without Drugs Or Booze

Steven Tyler, Julien Baker, Ben Harper, Jason Isbell, Joe Walsh and other sober musicians on how to thrive creatively without drugs or booze.

The End Of Economic Growth Is Inevitable. Let's Plan For It

Maintaining growth on a finite planet is impossible. Here's how we stop it without making life miserable — and maybe even improving it.

This Controversial Theory In Pro Fighting Could Change Drug Testing For All Sports

The "pulsing effect" can be used to explain away any positive test.

This Science Fiction Novelist Created A Feminist Language From Scratch

It was a pioneering feminist experiment, sold as a paperback original with a big green alien on the cover.

Sully's Survivors Reflect 10 Years After 'Miracle On The Hudson'

"I realize that little things are to be appreciated, that mundane things are what make up your life and that's the things you're going to miss if it's going to be yanked away from you."

A Pill For Loneliness

Inside the hunt for drugs that ease the effects of isolation on the brain.

Kirsten Gillibrand Announces A 2020 Presidential Exploratory Committee

Her main message: Women are the future of the Democratic Party.

Steve Zahn Wants To Be That Guy You Know From That Thing

The "Valley of the Boom" actor is the best part of every project he's in.

Everything You Think You Know About Toxic Shock Syndrome Is Probably Wrong

After a year of research, I emerged from the complicated underworld of toxic shock syndrome science with far more than I bargained for. I also learned that everything you think you know about tampons,

Inside The Insect Collapse: 'We Are Destroying Our Life Support Systems'

Scientist Brad Lister returned to Puerto Rican rainforest after 35 years to find 98% of ground insects had vanished.

Guy Nails Trick Shot After Trick Shot After Trick Shot

Just thinking about the time and takes that went into capturing these effortless-looking tricks is making us tired.

The Jeff Bezos Affair, Or: How A Divorce Becomes A Conspiracy Theory

The National Enquirer coverage of the Amazon CEO has spawned many tawdry headlines — and some Donald Trump — related speculation.

Are We Living Through Climate Change's Worst-Case Scenario?

"We're a lot closer than we should be," one Stanford scientist warned.

One Climber's Pursuit Of An Unclimbed Peak

After years of attempts and a partner's heart attack, David Lama finally made it to the top of Nepal's tallest unclimbed mountain.
The Government Shutdown Is Turning Airport Security Into A Nightmare

The Government Shutdown Is Turning Airport Security Into A Nightmare

After missing a scheduled paycheck on January 11, some TSA agents are calling in sick, forcing airports to close screening lanes and checkpoints.

Win The Ultimate Home Security Giveaway

It's free to enter this sweepstakes, but it should be hard to enter your house. That's why we're giving away a smart doorbell (with an HD camera and nightlight) and $1,000 to spend on security stuff.