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Nick Cannon, Zoe Saldana, Dallas Austin and more on the film's legacy and its fictional — but real — HBCU marching band.

Ugh, stop it cities, you're embarrassing us.

Aerial footage of Pyongyang is extremely rare and is a view not often offered to outsiders.

Digg founder Kevin Rose's new monthly newsletter, "The Journal," features the best tech, body hacking, videos, mens' style, podcasts and more. If you like Digg, you'll like The Journal.

This little guy got into the wrong patch of mushrooms and launched into a two-day journey to unbury the acorns of the cosmos (don't worry, he's okay now).

The more I learn about him, the more I begin to suspect that Silicon Valley’s favorite son secretly hates the Valley. To hear Fadell tell it, he certainly has reason to.

The feathers have been raised. The gauntlet has been thrown down.

Songwriter Jim Steinman found his muse in the performer — and, forty years ago, they released their iconic, operatic rock album, Bat Out of Hell.

The late '90s were remarkable. Here is a series of exquisite photographs explaining why.

He doesn't hit them perfectly every time, but when he finally gets it, you can feel the personal pride.

There's a notion that people are willing into invest in pricey fashion staples, and just rent the fleeting trends. Rent The Runway hopes that's true.

We watched NBC's first attempt at a live-action "Archie," which was hilariously bad but maybe a few plot points can be salvaged.

A good basketball team plays as a unit. But last night the Phoenix Suns took that concept to the next level when all five Suns players on the floor accidentally started running at the exact same time like a glitch in an old video game.

America's favorite beverage is under attack from climate change and other woes. Science may offer a solution.

One legendary hoax captivated fans of the supernatural and the paranormal like few others. November 2, 2000 saw the first online post by the individual who would come to be known as "John Titor." Titor claimed to be a man from the future, sent to the past to retrieve... a portable computer.

Once again, Treblab has done what they do best: built a pair of earbuds that puts sound quality above all else

Neutron stars are some of the weirdest objects in the universe. They’re small — just 15 or so miles across — but contain a mass equal to the sun. And things get weird when they die.

Uber has selected some drivers to receive a "promotion" whereby they are invited to pay up front now to work at a premium rate later. In the example above, a driver is invited to pay $115 one week on the promise that they receive a 33% increase on their pay rates in the following week.

Benfica's 18-year-old goalkeeper became the youngest keeper ever to play in the Champions League yesterday. Unfortunately, he also set a record for really terrible goalkeeping judgment.

The "Inertia Variations," a documentary by Johanna St Michaels, follows Matt Johnson of The The as he battles with feelings of disenchantment and writer's block.

The trailers for "Thor: Ragnarok" have made the movie look like an exciting departure in tone from the Asgardian's other solo outings. Does the movie live up to the hype, or is it... well, more Marvel? Here's what critics say.

Win an all-inclusive Hawaiian adventure for you and a friend filmed by videographer superstar Sam Kolder.

Davon Mayer was a smalltime dealer in west Baltimore who made an illicit deal with local police. When they turned on him, he decided to get out — but escaping that life would not prove as easy as falling into it.

We're still a long ways off from screenwriters losing their jobs to robots, but if anybody wants to do an absurdist reboot of "Scrubs," there's an app for that.

It was ballsy for him to choose "Under Pressure" from Queen as the song to play with the Foo Fighters, but we're happy to say that he performed well "under pressure."

​BeamNG is a realistic driving simulator, but users mainly use it for one specific (and very good) purpose: destroying cars as creatively and as completely as possible.

Emma Perrier was deceived by an older man on the internet — and then she found love with the model whose photographs he had stolen.

This robot vacuum outperforms other higher-priced models in tests. You can schedule it to clean when you're not home, and it will return to its dock to charge after cleaning. Technology is neat.

For 13 minutes, Gonzalo “Zero” Barrios’ face barely moved. It was the Grand Finals match of a "Super Smash Bros." Wii U tournament. A few feet away, Barrios' bodyguard kept a lookout for a man who'd threatened to be there, in wait, with a gun aimed at the champion gamer.

All the Trump news you need to read today.

I have been using the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL for nearly a week now, and in that time I've immersed myself in the goodness that is Android 8.0, Google's pleasantly updated design, and the unprecedented and unequaled Pixel camera. But for the majority of this week, I've opted to use the smaller Pixel 2, owing to just how poor the Pixel 2 XL's screen is.

Hurricane Ophelia may have been downgraded to a tropical storm, but that doesn't make the waves it has created any less scary.

Women continue to come forward with accusations against Harvey Weinstein.

When Allen and other men warn of "a witch hunt atmosphere, a Salem atmosphere" what they mean is an atmosphere in which they're expected to comport themselves with the care, consideration and fear of consequences that the rest of us call basic professionalism and respect for shared humanity.

Nondisclosure agreements and other contracts ensure that some employees stay quiet about harassment.

Tristan Roberts is a 27-year-old computer programmer and self-described "nomad." He is also probably the first person to give himself gene therapy on an internet livestream.

It's also the first time a work created by Walt Disney Animation Studios interns has been released to the public.

Turns out, trying to prevent homeless people from using public bathrooms is not such a great idea.

Earlier this week, the magazine pulled a review amid online criticism of the book.

Life doesn't need to be complicated. Sometimes all you need is a bucket.

Insects are the lynchpins of many ecosystems and their populations are dropping drastically. This is, to put it mildly, a huge problem.

Motherhood is hard to get wrong. So why do so many moms feel so bad about themselves?

The four-wheeler saw its chance at freedom and lunged at the opportunity.

The CEO is increasingly boxed in by regulators, tech critics on both the right and the left, and even his own employees.

It's pretty common knowledge that people, on average, are getting married later in life than they used to. But how much has that average age actually changed in the last 65+ years?

Japan says chasm measuring 310 miles long and 100 yards wide could be used as a base for astronauts and their equipment

These Bose headphones aren't cheap. But after one blissfully noise-proof plane ride or coffee shop work session, you'll be so glad you splurged.

This 59-year-old chimp, "Mama," was battling a gravely serious sickness when a friendly face dropped by to say hello.

The annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition — hosted by the UK's National History Museum — looks to highlight the absolute best of the discipline, and it does that extremely well.