Dying Again and Again in a Virtual Reality Arcade
Virtual reality is luring kids out of the basement and back to the arcade—or the art gallery.
Who's Cashing in on California Oil Drilling?
Opening up California's coastal waters for oil drilling will be a boon for some Trump associates and supporters.
America's 50-Year Love Affair With the Camaro
From its days as Chevy's answer to the Mustang to its social media-heavy presence today, the Camaro has thrilled drivers for a half-century.
Inside Zurich's Drive-Up 'Sex Box' Business
The new drive-through red light district helps safeguard vulnerable sex workers, cuts the pimps out of the business and possibly decreases human trafficking.
October Movie Trailers, Ranked by Scariness
A preview of the ghouls and fools about to hit your local Multiplex.
Has There Ever Been a Good Movie About Mars?
NASA's James Green, who consulted on "The Martian," weighs in.
How Aquariums Can Actually Save Animals in the Wild
The importance of keeping certain wild animals in captivity is underscored by the viral stardom of a rescued baby sea otter named Luna and the problems the documentary "Blackfish" created for conservationists.
NASA and 'The Martian': It Was Written in the Stars
The new Ridley Scott film's success could decide the future of space exploration.
15 Streaming Shows to Look Out for This Fall
A roundup of original shows coming this fall from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, AOL and Crackle.
David Bowie to Pen Songs for 'SpongeBob' Musical
David Bowie will write original Jellyfish Jams for the Broadway-bound SpongeBob musical.
Women in Weed
Female pot entrepreneurs could make marijuana legal nationwide, help reform the criminal justice system and build gender equality into a billion-dollar industry.
Playlist for Putin
Some suggestions for Russia's peerless leader if he wants to answer Obama.
The Oral History of 'Waterworld'
To celebrate the movie's 20th anniversary, its director and stars remember one of the most infamous and high-budget sets in Hollywood history.
Lea DeLaria of 'Orange Is the New Black' on the Thin White Duke and Bangable Presidents
The actress, who plays Big Boo on "Orange Is the New Black," has a feminist and LGBT activist history.
Soon You Too Can Tour Hunter S. Thompson's House
Doctor Gonzo's former home in Woody Creek, Colorado, will be open to visitors next year and serving his favorite breakfast: gin Jell-O.
The Sad Story Behind Egypt's Ugly Nefertiti Statue
Did the Germans create Egypt's new "Frankenstein"?
Imagining the Trumps on Father's Day
Fan-fiction put the presidential candidate's daughters in the Trump Tower with a magic hairpiece.
Q+A: Matt Damon Talks About 'The Martian'
The actor sits down on set to explain what makes him cry in Ridley Scott's forthcoming movie, and what Christopher Nolan had to say about the similarities to "Interstellar."
Proposed Itinerary for Colorado's First 420 Camp
Can't wait for the 'Wet Hot American Summer' sequel? CannaCamp weed resort opens next month.
Quiz: Are You Hearing the Right Lyrics to 'Brown Sugar'?
In honor of the Rolling Stones' "Sticky Fingers" rerelease, test yourself on its most misunderstood mondegreen track.
The Trailer for the Fourth Movie in the 'Hunger Games' Trilogy Is Here
Does that math seem funny? Trilogy used to mean three.
New Super Suit Simulates Aging for Millennials
Former Walt Disney Imagineering team and an insurance company create a costume that turns the wearer into grandpa.
How to Throw a Party, By Andrew W.K. and Others
Can Stella Artois compete with the king of partying? Dissecting the modern shindig.
Return of the Polter-zeitgeist
As TV revisits an old haunting, look out once more for supernatural mayhem.
'Tomorrowland': The Future Ain't What It Used to Be
Damon Lindelof on why 'Tomorrowland' does away with dystopia
The Secret Formula for Writing Letterman Jokes
How writers used to get wisecracks read on the 'Late Show,' according to Ben Schwartz of 'Parks and Rec.'
Steve Rushin on How Not to Work for Letterman
Before the final "Late Show," the iconic sportswriter and Letterman fan recounts his disastrous almost-stint as a Top 10 writer.
It's Baaaack: Poltergeist Reboot Revives 'Haunted' Franchise
The reboot of the notoriously cursed Poltergeist movie may fare no better than the original
A Cure for Color Blindness That Isn't Just Monkey Business
A Silicon Valley biotech firm is adapting a color blindness cure that worked in monkeys to treat humans.
16 Hilarious Examples of Orson Welles's Late-Career Slumming
A new Indiegogo campaign attempts to finance his last film. Here are the pre-crowdfunding ways Welles tried to do it himself.