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Friday June 7, 2019. 04:43 PM
Eighteen years ago, 'X-Men' taught audiences that comic books could live onscreen, as vast and rewarding as they were in their original form.
Robin Friend rappelled five stories down to capture this scene at the abandoned Gaewern Slate Quarry in Ceredigion, Wales.
The movie wasn't great. These books are.
Here’s what stands between you and a cleaner commute.
Sometimes a little theatricality goes a long way.
The new film 'The Last Black Man in San Francisco' captures the sublimity of a city that feeds on dreams.
If you have an amazing father in your life, show your appreciation with one of these hand-picked Father’s Day gifts.
The state tried to lift measles vaccination rates by blocking parents from opting out based on personal beliefs. But then medical exemptions started to rise.
Antitrust? What antitrust? With Looker, it gains a faster way to tap into the business intelligence market.
Thursday June 6, 2019. 11:19 PM
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
In a speech at an Amazon conference, CEO Jeff Bezos sounded unconcerned by reports that regulators are eyeing the company, potentially for a break-up.
This week an image of the couple at Buckingham Palace provided meme fodder—and metaphors.
The US Women's National Team starts defending their World Cup title, and you're going to want to watch.
The Founder's Edition, which includes a controller and three months of premium subscription, is the only way to use the cloud-gaming service in 2019.
'Avengers' directors Joe and Anthony Russo on the animated series.
Reports of how pedophiles use YouTube highlight how important kids have become to the site; 12 of the 20 most popular videos in April were aimed at kids.
Dmitry Markov's iPhone photos depict parts of Russia that haven't changed much in decades.
You've never seen heroes execute their powers with such flourish.
Boxbot is building self-driving delivery vans, plus an automatic loading system. Humans would still help when needed to open gates or climb stairs.
At some depths, microplastic is swirling in Monterey Bay in concentrations greater than at the surface of the infamous Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
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