In Seattle, homegrown solutions are changing how people get water
These shoes come with a built-in tent… just in case?
This camera-powered mirror projects an image back to you that shows you looking happier than you are in real life. Can it actually make you happier?
This ship uses underwater robots to live stream mysteries of the deep to your iPhone.
This infographic shows what’s happened to our waistlines from 1995 to the present.
A new photo and reporting series is documenting San Diego’s disturbing lack of street lights.
Chairigami is a one-person company founded by recent Yale graduate Zach Rotholz. Its furniture is made from recycled cardboard and there’s no assembly required: They don’t use any glue or fasteners.
As hundreds of thousands of civilians die in the civil war in Syria, it appears that the country’s embattled dictator, president Bashar Al-Assad, has launched a new social media strategy to go along with his chemical weapons: showing lots of pictures of how everyone loves him.
Is “the official Instagram account for the Presidency of the Syrian Arab Republic,” which launched on July 24 (and found by Patrick Witty, of Time), a real social media strategy from the dictator that has used sarin gas (according to the US government) on opposition forces and killed at least 4,000 of his own civilian populace (estimated by Human Rights Watch) in air strikes alone?